Cheerful Charlotte is a diamond in the rough and this girl is blossoming more and more every day. She lives well with others and she adores attention from people and especially her foster mom. She is a playful girl and yet somehow you know that she really never has had a chance to really PLAY before in her life. Perhaps things were tough as indicated by an old injury to her back foot which turns out a bit, and then an old scar on her back which is covered and hard to see but the scar tissue is there from possibly bite from another dog or animal. Oh the stories these dogs could tell we are sure. Cheerful is her disposition and so Charlotte takes on the happy smile and attitude and goes forward each day to play with her different toys, any that she can chew on, especially squeaky ones and then she sets out to un-stuff the stuffed ones. She is so good with people of all ages, housetrained, crate trained, able to be left home alone during the day with no destruction and happy when you come home. She is great with the cat and all other dogs. One of the gentlest girls you’ll ever meet. Charlotte loves to walk on a leash and will run some despite the different torque of her back foot. She doesn’t limp but she won’t jump up on things easily. She loves to stand up on her back legs and give you a quick hug. She will bark to tell you she wants something, whether it’s food, attention or to go outside, she’ll go to what she wants and bark. She’s a beauty and is very regal when she’s standing tall. Charlotte deserves a good life and we have promised her we will find it. PLEASE NOTE: Our dogs are transported from Tennessee to meeting places in the states where we have posted. Further information about us is given on our Adopt-A-Pet site. The adoption fees vary and will be provided as well as noted on the application you receive. Contact us at 615-661-5333 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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