Bandit is a two-three year old heeler mix up for adoption at the Erath County Humane Society and is a sweet boy that would make a great family pet.

“He’s neutered, very well-mannered and great with other dogs,” said ECHS Executive Director Diane McCoy. “His owners moved and left him behind. He’s been here since November 24 and we’re hoping we can get him adopted out of here before he gets cage crazy.”

Bandit is kennel trained, is great on a leash and knows how to sit.

“He likes to be brushed and loves any kind of attention,” McCoy said. “He’s medium-sized, so he’s good to take anywhere and he seems to be very healthy.”

Bandit also knows how to play fetch, McCoy adding that he “would be great with a family.”

For more information on Bandit or other pets of the humane society call them at 254-965-3247 or visit during hours of operation.