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Charlie

About Charlie

Charlie is a tricolour male, born on 21st November 2013.  Charlie needs a new home without children, as he is struggling to adjust to a toddler in his home.  He is vaccinated, neutered and microchipped.

Charlie is not a fan of young children, and has nipped at the toddler in his home.  Because of this, his new home must be one without children, as Charlie clearly finds youngsters a very triggering experience, either through anxiety or over-stimulation.  A child free environment is absolutely essential to allow Charlie to relax and feel secure. 

Charlie walks on a lead, and has worked with a trainer to learn how to walk to heel.  He has been let off lead on walks.  Charlie is happy to travel in the car.  He is usually happy to see other dogs, and will bark at them, but if he’s feeling grumpy, he would prefer not to interact and be kept away from them to avoid upsets. 

At home, Charlie is house trained and crate trained, and can spend a couple of hours on his own, although he doesn’t really like it.  He is not destructive, and has not tried to escape from his secure garden.  If he steals an item, he will give it back.

Charlie has not lived with cats, so would prefer to be in a cat free home.  He would do well in a calm, quiet environment with adults only, where he is the only pet in the house, so that he could benefit from his family’s full attention.  He can do all sorts of tricks if there’s a tasty treat on offer, and equally loves running about off lead and cuddling up with his favourite blanket.

Charlies new owner will need to give him time to settle and let his charecter come out, as he can be a little nervous of people at first, he also is not keen on being handled quickley so will need sombody gentle and patient with him.

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