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“Penny Angels Beagle Rescue received a message from a shelter in South Carolina (SC) that Animal Control had brought in a young male beagle that had been hit by a car. The shelter was overflowing and there was no safe place for an injured dog. Options were limited and time was running out. He had to leave right away. Penny Angels sent a volunteer to the shelter to pick up the injured, scared dog. He immediately went to a vet in SC where he was examined and an x-ray was made of his right front leg. There was no evidence on the x-ray or external exam that Charlie had been hit by a car. It also seems that the injury was not recent as he had some muscle loss in that limb. Attempts to get Charlie to put weight on that leg have not been successful, but he still functions like any other dog!
“Charlie Brown (or Chuck as we call him because we already have a Charlie) is a sweet, goofy but, oh so handsome, boy. Charlie doesn't let his limp slow him down. He can run, jump on the bed, go up and down stairs, and play with toys just like the rest of his foster brothers and sisters. He really loves the other beagles in the house and can often be found wrestling with them. He was a bit afraid of our lab for quite a while. She is a very gentle, loving dog and he now has made friends with her. However, it does make me think that he may have had a bad encounter with a larger dog, so for his sake, I would say he would do best in a home with dogs near his size. He does great with the other beagles. You will find him sleeping with them or on top of them. He also loves to stretch out by himself in a sunny spot by the back door.
“This goofy pup LOVES toys. He will empty the toy basket and put them all in a dog bed, and then go lay on top of them. He will pick out one or two to share with his foster siblings or a nearby human. He enjoys playing ball, too.
“Charlie is a happy boy that loves a belly rub. He will roll over and start wagging his tail for a belly rub. He doesn't snuggle a lot, but he enjoys being near people and will follow you around the yard. He is not fully leash trained (mainly because I have a foot injury myself), but he knows what a leash is and that it means he gets to go somewhere. He will get very excited and start barking. Charlie has a beautiful, melodious bark and he will often "talk" to you when he is happy. He also enjoys using that bark when running out in the yard with the other dogs as they chase birds and squirrels.
“Charlie has not had any accidents in the house after his first few days here. He is a very good boy and will sleep all night and go out first thing in the morning with the other dogs to take care of business. He is also crate trained and will rest quietly in a crate (usually with the gate open).
“Charlie will make a great addition to a family, especially one with another playful pup his size. However, please note that Charlie has not been around children or cats, so I can't say what his reactions would be with them.”
Are you ready to add this sweet boy to your family? If you are interested in adopting Charlie Brown, please fill out an application and submit it to Penny Angels Beagle Rescue. An adoption application can be obtained by visiting our web site at www.pennyangelsbeaglerescue.com. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Penny Angels Beagle Rescue at 609-965-9476. Thank you!