Charlotte is a very special girl. She was living as a stray in Miami, roaming between trucking yards and being fed by the workers in the area when we found her. She was covered in sores and painful lumps. She was laying in the heat under a truck when we rescued her, and we worried about her condition. Thankfully, as soon as she was in the air conditioning she perked up. She has blossomed into a big clumsy silly girl now!
Charlotte is happy ALL THE TIME as long as she can be around people. Netflix binge-a-thon? She'll be by your side. Want a nap? She'll be on her dog bed beside you. Walk on the beach? She'll hop around like a bunny in the sand. At her current foster home, she goes with her foster mom to a horse barn and every day she races back in forth in the pasture, happy as can be! It's hard to believe she's the same lazy girl she is at home in her bed!
Everyone who meets Charlotte loves her. She would be a good match for any family, adults-only or with kids. We would even love to find her a foster home or weekend foster home where she can get more attention than her current foster mama can give her!
Charlotte is about 7 years old and 60 or so pounds.
If you can give her the happily ever after that she very much deserves, please fill out an application! We would LOVE to introduce you to Charlotte to see if you think she's as adorable as we do!
*The application is the first step and must be completed before meeting Charlotte.*Adoption fee: $175, includes spay/neuter, microchip, vaccinations to date, heartworm testing, deworming.Foster location: Fort LauderdaleIf you are interested in adopting Charlotte, please fill out the pre-adoption screening form at http://adoptadog.goodkarmapetrescue.org. If you have any questions about the dog, please email us at goodkarmapetrescue [at] gmail.com.
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