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Charlotte - female Retriever (Labrador) Cross

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  • Centre:Dogs Trust
  • Location:Canterbury
  • Sex:Female
  • Breed:Labrador Retriever
Charlotte is a lovely, gentle, sweet and silly 7 year old Labrador Cane Corso Cross who has sadly come to us due to a change in her owners circumstances after spending many years in a very loving home. She is a really affectionate girl who absolutely adores fusses and will try and climb onto your lap, completely unaware that she is not a small dog! Charlotte is a keen explorer on her walks and loves being out and about and going on fun adventures. She loves her toys and treats which will be a great way to build a bond with her and engage her in training but what she loves more than anything is spending time with her humans, she is a real people dog! Charlotte is ready to start her next chapter which is to have a family of her own to give all her love to! If you are looking for a wiggly, waggy, loving and loyal companion, Charlotte could be your perfect match!

Charlotte is looking for a loving home who can give her lots of attention and cuddles! She would be able to live alongside children aged 14 years and over who are confident with larger dogs as she is a bit clumsy and doesn’t realise her size! Charlotte can become quite frustrated around other dogs, so as well as preferring to be the only dog in her home, she would benefit from living and walking in an area without lots of other dogs. She also wears a muzzle when out and about so she can enjoy her time out without worries and she weas it very happily. Charlotte cannot live with cats or small animals as she has a high prey drive. Since arriving in our care, Charlotte has undergone surgery on both her back legs and has recovered fully from her procedures in her foster home and has been an absolute superstar during her recovery periods. Her new adopters will need to manage her exercise and build up her time out gradually to ensure that her strength is built up gradually. Charlotte is fully housetrained and has lots of her basic training and some cute tricks under her belt. She will benefit from having lots of fun things to do inside and outside the home and adopters who will continue her training to keep her busy and avoid her becoming bored. She is quite an agile girl and will need her own private garden with minimum 6 foot fencing to keep her secure and safe. Charlotte is happy to travel in the car, jumping in and out by herself. Although she can manage some time on her own, she would need lots of company in her new home when she first goes home until she has fully settled in. Charlotte will need to meet her adopters a few times prior to going home so please bear this in mind when applying. If you rent your property, please have written permission from your landlord ready once you have submitted your application to avoid delays, as it will be required early on in the rehoming process if you are shortlisted.

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