The Worcester Animal Rescue League shared some good news about one of their pups. Bandit a German Shephard had been with them for a few months was adopted! Bandit was adopted from WARL years ago and returned late last year after his owner sadly passed away. Bandit is smiling once more, as you can see!
A couple of years ago I was rescued from this shelter after being separated from my previous owner. I was so grateful and enjoyed every moment with my new best friend. Unfortunately my adopter recently passed away. Family could not care for me because I do not enjoy the company of other dogs. I am an intelligent, loyal, house trained nine year old boy. I am easy going, playful, and walk well on leash. I am quiet, and love meeting new people. I am an older guy who enjoys the simple things in life. A sunny day lounging in the grass, or a lazy rainy day on the couch. I am hoping to meet someone who shares these interests. If this sounds like you, don’t wait another minute! Come visit me today!
The tricks on Bandit’s resume includes sit, stay, down, paw, speak and he will keep a treat on his nose. And at 9 years young, he’s got years of fun and love to give.
His owner shared this later on Just an update for everyone saying all of the great things, well he has taken over the bed so he is adapting well!!
Since our founding in 1912, the Worcester Animal Rescue League (WARL) has been dedicated to the care of the animals who provide so much for their human companions.
Founded initially by a group of women determined to save overworked and abused farm horses, WARL’s services have expanded and changed to protect, care, and love our cats and dogs throughout Central Massachusetts. Our staff and volunteers are dedicated champions to this cause and act as caretakers for the animals and educators to their human counterparts. We also work with foster homes, rescue groups, and other shelters nationwide to place animals in the best possible environment.
Without your support, however, nothing we do would be possible. WARL is a non-profit organization and your donations of money, time, supplies, homes, and love are vital to our cause and the lives of the animals in our care. Our sincerest thanks.
Worcester Animal Rescue League is committed to making adoption a success for both the adopter and the animal.Your safety and the safety, happiness and well-being of our shelter animals are our top priority.
When you are ready to adopt, you will receive your adoption folder, where we’ve enclosed tips, tricks and solutions to the most common issues people face with new pets. Feel free to call the shelter at 508-853-0030 or email us with any questions!