Charlie

Extensive support
  • Lurcher
  • 3 years
  • Male
  • Admitted May 2022
  • Ref:74889

Once Charlie understands you want to be his friend he will be your friend for life.
He will need help and guidance from his new family to build his confidence with people and not take him to or put him in situations he feels uncomfortable.

Support and Health

How much training will I need?

Extensive support
Once Charlie understands you want to be his friend he will be your friend for life.
He will need help and guidance from his new family to build his confidence with people and not take him to or put him in situations he feels uncomfortable.

Can I be left alone?

No
He will need further guidance and training in this area as he's not had the best experience in the past. He is housetrained.

Do I have any medical conditions?

None
Charlie has a couple of medical conditions we will talk you through.

Who I can live with

Can I live with dogs?

Yes

Can I live with cats?

No

Can I live with small pets?

Yes

Additional information

Charlie loves other dogs and would benefit from being rehomed with one. If there is another dog in the home it must be well socialised and trained to help guide Charlie, alongside his human family to build his confidence.
If there is not an existing dog in the home, his new family must be prepared that settling him in may take longer.

Family and environment

What kind of family am I looking for?

Charlie is a worried little boy and can live with teenagers and over, no young visiting children please.
Once he's bonded and trusts his family he's very loving but is anxious around new people.
He can become overly bonded with a particular member of the family so everyone will need to take part in his care.

What type of environment would suit me?

Charlie would like a private, secure, 6ft fenced garden allowing him to have some fun in a place he feels safe. We do not recommend he's let off lead on his walks but can be walked on a training line, allowing him to meet other dogs and explore.

About Charlie

As you can see from the pictures Charlie had to have a leg amputated, though this doesn't stop him doing zoomies in the garden.
He's an insure boy who looks for a dedicated family who can help support him through life's ups and down. It may take him a while to feel settled and a new family should be prepared for this.
Charlie will be such a rewarding boy to watch him slowly gain in confidence and celebrate the little wins.

Interested in adopting me?

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