Charlie was another dog in the home with Rozzi. His owner suffered a stroke and can no longer take care of either dog.
From his owner:
Charlie has lived with two adults and two dogs in his previous home. He is described as fearful around strangers and will bark and continue to bark when he is approached. He has spent time with children ages eight and older; he is described as relaxed and will play with the kids after some time getting to know them. Charlie lived with a male yorkie and female pit-bull; owner stated he was playful and relaxed with the other dogs. Charlie lived with a male cat as well and is described as tolerant towards the cat. He has snapped but never bitten another animal or person.
Charlie is used to yard exercise twice a day. He is walked a few times a week and is used to leashed walks. He will bark while in the yard and if a stranger approaches his yard. Charlie escaped from the yard a few times according to his owner and after a few days will find his way back home. Charlie will growl and snap if his food is touched while eating, owner stated he does the same with a treat. Charlie likes to play with balls and stuffed toys. He eats wet food any brand and loves chicken and meat. He does not know any commands.
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