Charli - 20030297

Location: Willows, California
Spayed Female
Color: Liver and White
Birthdate: February 14, 2008 - Actual
Age: 15 Year, 9 Month

  • House Broken
  • Crate Trained
  • Obedience Trained
  • OK with Dogs
  • Needs Fenced in Yard


Dog Story: Introducing Charli Girl! This liver and white beauty has gone through a lot of changes in her short life. Charli has a medium energy level for a Brittany and her favorite thing is relaxing next to you.She loves a nice walk, the occasional run up the hills in the backyard, and hanging out with her Brittany sister. She settles down nicely indoors, is very affectionate and loves people.Charli adores her treats and her biggest challenge is staying away from the food bowl! Charli still loves to chew, so lots of good items like a cow hoof, Nylabone, or Kong toys helps keep her from chewing inappropriate items. Upon arriving in rescue, Charli was diagnosed with hip dysplasia. While at her foster home, veterinary specialists performed surgery to repair her hip. She has recovered beautifully and is now cleared to do normal activities. She does have occasional tenderness in her hips at the end of a busy day running and playing. Charli has been living with young children in her foster home but needs a family with older kids (ages 12 and up) as she is apprehensive about smaller children. Charli will be a great companion for a family or retired person(s) whowill spend lots of time with her and ensure she gets moderate daily exercise as well asplenty of attention and love. Charli comes with all of her vet records, is spayed, current on vaccinations, heartworm negative, and microchipped. Please complete the online adoption application and mention Charli-2488 if you would like to know more about her. Update 5/12/2010: Please move Charli to the Pending page. She is moving to afoster-to-adopt home in Willows, CA. From: Monica Rutt ( Charli was adopted from a shelter as a puppy and returned when the family realized they did not have the time or ability to care for a young and active Brittany. She was left in a crate for many hours each day so she arrived in rescue with skin infections and aurinary tract infection from sitting in her own waste. After receiving excellent veterinary treatment and hip surgery, Charli is back to good health and waiting for her perfectforever home.