|Size:||Mini (<10 Pounds)|
|Age:||Young (1 to 3 years)|
|Colors:||Black & Tan|
It is impossible to talk about Banjo without talking about Fiddle. These two are attached at the hip. Where one goes the other follows. If they are not kissing our faces or getting their bellies rubbed, they are playing with each other. They love to wrestle and chase around after each other. To be honest, separating these two would be like cutting one dog in half. They are so easy to take care of because they are such great listeners. Both are potty trained. Banjo is also SO in love with his brother, Fiddle. He constantly is giving him kisses and lets Fiddle rest on his back. They would be great with other dogs and with kids. They very rarely bark and if they do, they stop immediately if you tell them to. We love these two doggies so much. They are just so much fun and such great snugglers!
Meet Banjo! He was found in Penmar park hiding in the bushes under a tree with his brother Fiddle (whom we also have) afraid and filthy. They were taken to the West LA shelter where we rescued them. They are both neutered males, they are both terrier mixes, sweet, gentle little guys, just looking for a loving home. Banjo is the bigger, darker one. Fiddle is the smaller, lighter one.
Both are small and should not get very big. They are super adorable and should do well in a home with other animals and children.
Banjo and Fiddle