"Charlotte is amazing. We call her Charlie. She loves to snuggle and follows us everywhere. She is potty trained and crate trained but prefers to be with her people and all of her friends." That's what foster mom has to say about Charlotte. She is a newly released puppy mill mom, who just turned 2 years old the beginning of March. When she was first rescued on January 23rd from the puppy mill, she stepped out of the car and immediately started to commando crawl in the grass. Charlotte was obviously scared of the people that were all there to help her move onto a loving foster home. You can see the concern on her face in one of her photos here.
Now in her foster home, she learns more and more everyday what it is like to be a real dog. She has learned people can be great! She is fully housebroken and likes the children in the foster family. To help her to continue to learn, it is best she have another dog in her permanent home to make her feel comfortable and to continue to learn from.
Charlotte is now playing with her foster siblings and the foster family has been working with her to learn how to sit and shake. She is really learning quickly with the help of her wonderful foster home. In her permanent home, we are looking for a family who understands Charlotte is in transition. The family will need to be patient with Charlotte to come around from a once scared puppy mill mom and help her continue to learn to trust and to be a wonderful adult dog. Her foster family is doing a great job with her doing just that.
If you are interested in meeting Charlotte and bringing her into your home to foster-to-adopt, please read "How to Adopt"
and follow the directions from there if you quality.
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