Charlotte

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This beautiful girl came to us on a transport from Kentucky, thanks to Many Paws volunteer transport. Charlotte is about 1.5 years. We think she may be a foxhound, although a bit smaller than most foxhounds, so maybe a mix. Charlotte is friendly with dogs, loving with people and has been introduced to children from infant through age 10 and did well with all. Charlotte is mostly housetrained. She had an occasional accident around the 4th of July, probably avoiding going out with the noise. She knows how to use a doggie door.

Charlotte learns quickly and has shown great progress in leash walking, no longer counter surfs and has learned not to jump on people. She still has puppy energy in spurts, and is exuberant and overjoyed to run in the yard -- alone or with her foster sister. Foster mom says her zoomies are hilarious. Charlotte loves her toys, especially her squeaky hamburger. Charlotte is also happy to just relax and chill with her family. At first the television was too scary and Charlotte left the room, but she has overcome that fear.

Charlotte has no food aggression, takes treats gently, allows touching of her feet and ears.

She goes to work with her foster mom and when at the office, she knows how to ask to go out. She also knows how to manipulate the patients into giving her treats. She loves frozen (and thawed) sweet potato fries.

 

We are recommending no cats. Also Charlotte needs a fenced yard. She has such joy in going out to run freely, we don’t want to take that from her. This girl is going to make someone’s family complete. She has gone from probably never living inside to becoming part of a family in her short time here.

Dog's PAWfile

  • Age: 1.5

  • Gender: Female

  • Primary color: White, brown and black

  • Coat length: Short

  • Spayed/Neutered: 

  • Current on vaccinations? 

  • Good with other pets? Yes

  • Good with kids? Yes 

  • Housebroken? Mostly 

  • Vet: 

  • Adoption fee: $300