He probably lived outside most of the time but learned very quickly to live as an inside family member. Adding to his great character, this little boy is missing his bottom front teeth showcased by his shiny canine teeth. It's makes his smile especially cute!
More than likely he spent his life in a world of, "No," because when he hears the word spoken directly to him, he tends to cower. That's nothing that a little family love can help with.
His is very social with other animals and lives in a family of 3 other 4-legged siblings. He has caught on very quickly to the routines of the foster family by following around the other dogs and his foster parents. Probably because of being abandoned with little or no attention, he isn't fond of being left alone. He cried much more at first than he does now so slowly he's learning to trust that his foster parents will be back. He would need to be in a home with at least one other four legged sibling because he is much happier with a friend. No children under 7 because Charlie is a little dog and little dogs do better with children over 7. Has not been cat tested. This is a bundle of all that is sweet and good; humble, happy, obedient, loves walks, loves to play with his 3 other foster sibling dogs, loves to cuddle, and loves a lap.
Charlie is neutered, microchipped, utd on vaccines, and ready to find his forever life with his forever family. Adoption questionnaire and home check required prior to adoption. No out of area adoptions. Rehoming fee: $150.00.
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