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> Charlie - 10 Year Old Male Jack Russell Cross Corgi, Liverpool Dog Rescue
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post 6th Apr 2012, 6:19 pm
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Charlie - 10 year old male Jack Russell cross Corgi


This lovely little chap came into our care after his owner's were moving house and could not take him along.
They were going to have Charlie put to sleep but luckily he was taken in by a kind neighbour who contacted us for help.
Charlie was suffering with a very nasty flea allergy that had been left untreated for months, possibly even years.
This has caused Charlie to loose most of the fur on his back but with the right care and tlc this should grow back in time.


We are unsure of Charlie's exact age but we think he may be around 10 years old. He appears to be in really good health and is very outgoing.
While he prefers to spend the day snoozing in his bed he really enjoys going for walks and loves the company of other dogs.


Charlie also lived with 5 cats while staying at the lady's house who had taken him in.
He would bark at the cats and chase them but was not aggressive towards them so could possibly live with a confident dog friendly cat.
Charlie is a very friendly boy who loves attention.
Charlie is currently on anti biotics, steriods and requires his back being bathed frequently. He also has sore, itchy ears which we are hoping to get treated soon.
As Charlie is currently on medication he cannot be neutered or vaccinated at this stage.



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post 22nd Apr 2012, 9:46 pm
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I keep coming back to look at this gorgeous little man and can"t believe he hasn"t been snapped up. If only my boy wasn"t so possessive of his mummy... sad.gif
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post 29th Oct 2012, 8:49 pm
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Has this lovely little chap been rehomed yet? If not, is it likely he could be rehomed with a house bunny? (I have two mild mannered lady x breed pooches, but the bunny rules the roost.. rolleyes.gif ).
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