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Banjo (aka Rebel)

Male Puppy Shepherds (All Types) (mixed)

If you have any questions about Banjo (aka Rebel), please contact Charlie's Crusaders Pet Rescue, LLC at

Charlie's Crusaders Pet Rescue, LLC

About Banjo (aka Rebel)

Meet Banjo: Banjo is about a 3 month old (as of March 2023) shepherd mix (best guess) that weighs about 30 pounds. Banjo was picked up as a stray in Memphis, Tennessee. Banjo is currently being fostered in northern Mississippi and would love to take the freedom ride north to Pennsylvania to meet more prospective families. Banjo is a very sweet pup that has a lot of energy. He does well with other dogs, but we think he would do best with larger dogs as he continues to grow. Banjo is working on his house training. We would love for Banjo to have a home with a fenced in yard for him to run and play. Banjo is up to date on his shots and neutered. If you are interested in adopting this spunky pup, please go to Charlie’s Crusaders website ( to fill out an application.



Banjo (aka Rebel)
Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Primary Color
Secondary Color
Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Not Sure
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats
Not Sure

Charlie's Crusaders Pet Rescue, LLC

5534 Holly Ridge Dr Horn Lake MS 38637

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Plott Hound

Meet Banjo! Banjo is a 5 year old Plott Hound mix weighing about 65 pounds. He is a beautiful boy with his brindle coat and white chest... show more

Meet Banjo! Banjo is a 5 year old Plott Hound mix weighing about 65 pounds. He is a beautiful boy with his brindle coat and white chest and markings and he has the most expressive face. Banjo is a sweetheart and a fragile soul that likes to be told he is a good boy and he just wants to please. Banjo loves to be active and is a high energy dog. He enjoys walks, hikes, car rides, and playing. Most of all, Banjo enjoys cuddling with his people on the couch. Banjo struggles with confidence and anxiety issues, but has been working on these things with a trainer and will do wonderfully in the right home while continuing his hard work and with an adopter that is knowledgeable with anxious dogs. Banjo is reactive to new situations and he is learning to come out of his shell and be more engaged in the world and not so selective and nervous around strangers. Banjo is also very food motivated! Banjo is well versed in obedience training and knows sit, crawl, down, stay, bed, speak, and roll over. He is muzzle trained, house trained, crate trained, and walks well on a leash. Banjo will not chew on bones or play with toys and his fosters are working on getting him to learn what toys are. Banjo would be best in a home with a single person or couple. Banjo gets along with other dogs when introduced slowly, he will play with them, and could do well in a home with multiple dogs but needs the proper iand slow introduction with an experinced dog owner. Banjo would prefer a home with no children and likes women more than men. Banjo requires a fenced in yard and an active adopter. If you are interested in adopting Banjo, please go to our website at and fill out our adoption application.  show less