Bandit, a young dog involved in a Wagoner kidnapping case, is ready for a new home. The Wagoner County Sheriff's Office said the young dog was left to die in a home by a man who allegedly kidnapped and tortured his estranged wife.
Bandit suffered from dehydration, starvation and trauma. Since that time, he's gained 10 pounds and is ready to go to a good home.
He's described as a great dog for a young owner. He is good with cats and loves to play with other dogs. Bandit has received all his vaccinations and has been neutered.
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The Wagoner County Sheriff's Office rescued Bandit and said he would love to start off 2020 with a new family. If you can give Bandit a home, call the Wagoner Animal Clinic at 918-485-4200.