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My name is Charlie!

I'm being cared for by
GreenDog Foundation

Facts about me

Spaniel (Unknown Type)
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Pet ID

My info

Small red x Not good with kids
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Charlie is a little lowrider spaniel mix weighing approximately 29 pounds.  Charlie was rescued from the Stockton Shelter in Northern California.  Charlie is an active boy who walks well on a leash.  Charlie has been around other dogs but does best with calm dogs.  Charlie seems to be house-trained.  Charlie can be very sweet, but can be defensive if his collar is grabbed suddenly.  Because of this, we would like for him to go to an adult only home.  Charlie is scheduled for full vetting on March 6th at which time he will be having a minor growth removed, will receive a full dental and microchipping and the rest of any vaccinations needed.  After his vetting, Charlie will be able to go to his new forever home!  Charlie's adoption fee is $400.  Charlie is currently being fostered in Wildomar.  For more information on Charlie, please call his foster Chris directly at (951) 674-1948.  To fill out an application, visit  For more info, you can email us at  Thank you for looking to rescue!

March 17, 2023, 2:16 pm

GreenDog Foundation

Contact info
Pet ID
PO Box 2473, Capistrano Beach, CA 92624

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Adult dogs require a $300 adoption fee. This covers their spay or neuter, vaccinations (including Rabies), and microchipping as well as anything else that the dog may need to bring him or her to the healthiest state possible before adoption (i.e. dental cleaning, tumor removal, rounds of antibiotics, etc.)

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More about this rescue

We are a non-profit public charity that solely relies on volunteers and donors to support our efforts. With the public's support, we are able to rescue euthanasia-listed dogs from shelters all over California, bring them into a loving environment and nurture them back to health and then help them to find their forever home and family.