A sweet little boy who has just been through too much.
Last Updated: Oct 10, 2020
- Arrival date: Oct 2, 2020
- Breed: Black Lab/Chihuahua Mix
- Sex: Male
Youth, Adult, Mature, Senior
- Birthdate: Est @ 2015
- Weight: 30 Pounds
- Spayed/Neutered: Scheduled
- General Health:
Excellent, Good, Fair, Poor
- Temperament: Skittish until he gets to know you.
- SAFER Test performed: No – too skittish
- PetFinder Listing: LINK
- Available for adoption? YES | Rescue? YES
- Get the Adoption Application (PDF form, print, complete, return)
- Departure date: Oct 10, 2020
A kill shelter called Boston Terrier Rescue of East Tennessee saying they had a couple of Bostons for them. Diana went to see them. They were NOT Boston Terriers, but she could not leave them there to die, so she pulled them. A local rescue took Charlie Bear’s brother, but not Charlie. Diana reached out to PMFC to see if we could help. And here he is!
Charlie Bear’s Progress Summary:
Detailed notes on this foster dog’s progress are posted below the summary.
House Dog Training
Terms of Adoption:
Taste of the Wild Dry Dog Food
In chronological order, newest at the bottom. Some pictures are linked to a more detailed Doggy Tale about that update, click those to open the related story.
Progress notes are listed below, in chronological order, newest at the bottom.
Charlie Bear arrived today. He was okay with Diana, got really skittish with me after she left. Settled down some as the afternoon wore on and he got used to me being around. Charlie will be going into a foster home – probably tomorrow – because the kennel he’s in right now has been promised to another dog due to arrive soon: probably tomorrow!
Charlie Bear wore out his welcome at his foster home quickly. There were various issues but it became apparent that this was not the place for him to relax and learn to be calm. I have no room for him here. So Charlie has been returned to Diana. She said it’s okay … she was missing him anyway.
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