Beau­ti­ful Banjo is full of po­ten­tial


THIS gen­tle gi­ant is sure to strike a chord with you.

Banjo may not be a poet but he will def­i­nitely melt your heart.

He is a one-year-old de­sexed grey­hound mixed breed who was sur­ren­dered to the Cam­paspe An­i­mal Shel­ter and has been avail­able for adop­tion since Au­gust 15.

De­spite his age, Banjo is a gen­tle lad who is just look­ing for a fam­ily to love him.

He loves noth­ing more than to spend his time around his hu­mans, qui­etly stand­ing by your side and tak­ing any type of af­fec­tion you are will­ing to give.

Banjo has not had any for­mal train­ing, so obe­di­ence train­ing is a must.

He is an in­tel­li­gent boy who will learn some new tricks and strengthen the bond with his new fam­ily.

Own­ing a grey­hound is a won­der­ful ex­pe­ri­ence, how­ever there are a few added re­spon­si­bil­i­ties. They must al­ways be kept on a lead, even in off-lead parks, and they must al­ways be walked in a muz­zle. All prospec­tive own­ers of Banjo are urged to re­search the re­quire­ments at

Banjo is avail­able for adop­tion for $355.

For in­for­ma­tion, call the shel­ter on 5480 3005 or­pas­pean­i­mal­shel­

Photo: Luke He­mer

Banjo laps up af­fec­tion.

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