Down on his luck, Charlie Brown was picked up as a stray, landed in the shelter where they discovered his heart was full of worms, making his chances for adoption slim to none. With assistance from RADAR’s “helping hands for hearts fund” Long Trail was able to offer this deserving pup a second chance. Charlie was treated for heartworms and is now available to join a forever family.
Here is what a shelter volunteer had to say about sweet Charlie Brown…”he has got to be one of the most easy going dogs I’ve ever met. If I didn’t know better I would swear that he just moseyed on into the shelter and decided that was a good place to hang out. He’s happy sleeping in his kennel, he’s happy going or a walk, he’s happy meeting new friends. Pretty much the only time he lost his “cool guy” mentality was when Ned the cat was chasing him out of the cat room! Yes, this big guy did pick up the pace and scooted out of the room when he saw our crazy cat running towards him. After we assured him he couldn’t catch the crazies from Ned, he agreed to come back in and meet him and they became fast friends. Charlie Brown’s easy going personality would make him a great fit in any home.j” Charlie Brown is approximately 7 years old, 40 lbs.
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