Charlie

Charlie - Adopted

Name(s): Charlie
Age: 5 years old
Size (weight): 10 lbs.
Coat & colour: Long haired; white and chocolate double dapple
Temperament: Sweet, cuddly and adores his humans. When he first arrived, he had a bit of anxiety when you leave his sight and he can’t find you in the house. He can be quite vocal to let you know he’s searching for you. Charlie is deaf and relies on his sight. With each passing day, Charlie has felt more secure and has not needed to vocalize his fear.
Good with Dogs: Yes
Good with Cats: Unknown
Good with Kids: Unknown, but knowing his personality I would say yes.
Needs another Dog: No
Needs to be an only Dog: No
Housetraining: Fully housetrained.
Crate Trained: Yes, only at night. He will sleep on the dog bed in the kitchen when I’m out of the house.
Suitable for an Apartment:
Probably not, since he can be vocal.
Origin: Owner surrender
Adoption Fee? $350.00

And now a few words from me:
My name is Charlie and I’m very unique because I’m deaf. I was born this way and I have coped very well. This does not stop me from being the most awesome, loving and loyal companion you could possibly want. I like to snuggle on the couch with my foster mom because I like to be with her all the time. I’m getting better about not being so vocal when I can’t find her … I know the places she goes and I will look in every room until I find her. I like to go on walks and I don’t mind car rides. My foster mom says I’m the prettiest boy she’s ever seen!

And now a few words from my foster family:
Charlie is a beautiful, sweet-natured boy. Everyone who has had the pleasure of meeting him has wanted to take him home with them! He’s an affectionate boy and he just wants to be with his humans. Due to irresponsible breeding, Charlie was born a double dapple, which has caused his deafness. He is healthy in every other way and he doesn’t let his disability stand in his way. He is a very low-energy dog and would probably do best in a household with a slower pace. Reese and Charlie were surrendered together and can either be adopted as a pair or separately as they are not bonded. They both love their humans and with the right families I am confident they will thrive together or apart.