Charlie gets along great with other dogs, and has no problem telling them to leave him alone when he's not in the mood to be bothered. He cracks us up by choosing a dog bed made for a 10-pounder, and curling up tight as a ball in it. He loves a poke around the yard and would absolutely love a walk each day. He's a joy, easy and sweet. He needs a stable loving home to live the rest of his life out in.
Charlie is fully vetted and neutered with a rabies vaccine, DA2PPV, H3N2 flu vaccine, and Bordatella vaccine, heartworm and fecal tests, and is microchipped. He is kept on monthly flea/tick preventative and heartworm preventative.
Charlie's adoption fee is $250.
The first step to adopt Charlie is to read all about adoption with Happy Tails Rescue Inc. and fill out an application. If we think your home sounds like the best fit, we'll be in touch. Click here to go to our webs site: www.happytailsrescueinc.org/adoption-available-dogs
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Happy Tails Rescue Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit foster-based rescue based in Munster, Indiana. We have no shelter, all of our animals are cared for in loving foster homes until their forever home match is found. All of our animals are fully vetted before adoption, including distemper, rabies, and bordatella vaccines, a heartworm test, fecal test, microchip, and are spayed/neutered. Adoption fees range from $150-$350. If you're interested in meeting one of our animals please fill out an application first. If approved we will then arrange a meet and greet. Happy Tails does not do same day adoptions because we do a short home visit to make sure our animals are being placed in safe environments.
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