He's the sweetest little pocket Pittie (he's little -- like 40 lbs on his most bloated days) and he has tail that curls into a lovely backwards C -- you know, for his name, Charlie. He's about 2 years old.
Like most Pits, Charlie has a lot of things on his LOVE list. His favorites include: playing catch with a ball, playing catch with a squeaky toy, chewing on a ball, chewing on a squeaky toy, walking around with a toy in his mouth, cuddling in someone's lap... with a toy, going for walks (we make him leave his toys at home), and running around the house -- with a toy. Charlie loves his toys.
He's friendly and awesome with people of all genders, shapes, and sizes (and ages). He's good with kids and good in the house too -- crate trained and house trained. He sleeps through the night without a peep. Riding in the car sometimes makes his tummy a little iffy, but we think with continued practice and short trips, he'll learn to love it!
BullsEye is committed to training and Charlie works daily on his basics, including polite leash walking (even with distractions, like other dogs or the occasional alpaca or mini horse -- he lives on a farm). He also works on his Sit, Down and Place commands, and he's really proud of how smart he is. We are too.
Charlie had a professional photo shoot done, so please check out more photos here: https://www.facebook.com/BullsEyeRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1098815576877184
And also be sure to check out his video!
We'd love for you to meet Charlie. Please email us at email@example.com and submit a non-binding application at www.bullseyerescue.com.
Charlie's adoption fee is $225 and requires an adoption application (bullseyerescue.com), interview and meet n greet, personal and vet references, and a home check. Due to our small size, we're unable to adopt out of state (located in Atlanta, Georgia).
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