Some of you might remember Charlie who we rescued previously (a little over a year ago). Silly sheep dog who was always smiling and we raised funds for a knee replacement surgery he needed. Charlie found a wonderful family and everything was happily ever after... So we thought. Unfortunately things don't always work out like we hope and Charlie began displaying some behaviors towards strangers and sometimes family members that only seemed to grow with time. Sadly in a home with children his family made a difficult decision to surrender Charlie to the rescue in hopes that we could work on his issues and eventually be able to adopt him out to a home better equipped to continue his training and keeping everyone safe.
Charlie has been back in a foster home and doing well. Charlie is learning trust, respect, boundaries and what behaviors are appropriate and inappropriate. We have a little ways to go and Charlie will require an experienced adopter with no children as Charlie does have a bite history. Adopter should be prepared to meet with Charlie for multiple visits before we would move forward with an adoption as Charlie does take a little bit of time to warm up and trust. He likes other dogs but he is insecure and like people will take some time to warm up. He is a sweet boy once the relationship is built and he loves to play fetch, chase squirrels, go for walks and car rides.
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