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; Chardie is alert, attentive, and a good little watch dog. She does not get along well with most dogs, so no dog parks for Chardie and should should most likely be a single dog. She could potentially live with a larger dog that would put her in her place should she get overstimulated and a little too big for her britches, without actually harming her. She does have a doggy friend here at the sanctuary that she can go for walks with, but we can not house them together given that she becomes overstimulated and can redirect. We are looking for an adult only, rural home for Chardie as fast moving kids, joggers, skate boards etc are too much for this munchkin, and in the wrong setting she may forget herself and nip. She is however a truly loving little dog. This sweet little firecracker wants very much to please and will make the right person very happy as long as she gets all the activity and love that she needs and deserves. Please send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
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