LI’s Adorable Adoptable Pets: Charlie the Terrier Puppy is the Life of the Party

Pets & Animal, Community, Charity & Cause

Charlie is a 7 month old wire hair terrier who is looking for an owner who is ready to be patient with a puppy, and ...

Often many shelter pets that are hard to adopt out are the older ones, but you can still find some pups that have even more years to spend with you and your family.  Charlie is one such lucky puppy, who is only 7 months old, but a bit unlucky in that he still has not found his forever home.  Fortunately, the volunteers at A Home Fur Now are ready to let his most handsome side shine so that he can be adopted out as soon as possible.

Charlie is a wire hair terrier who is sweet and adores children, and he also gets along well with other dogs and cats.  Wire hair terriers are on the smaller side, so he will not grow too much more, so he is fine with a smaller yard to play in.  His new owner should be a patient person who is willing to put the time in to train this happy and loving puppy. This pup is already fun and wiggly, but he can reach his maximum potential by learning commands as your new loyal friend. 

Charlie is neutered and up-to-date with his routine vaccinations.

If you are interested in adopting Charlie, contact A Home Fur Now via email or through their Facebook page here.

A Home Fur Now is a not-for-profit rescue that relies solely on foster homes to care for their animals.  Their mission is to save the strays, throwaways, and shelter animals and to improve their lives through medical care, spaying and neutering, and finding families that would be compatible with these pets.

Be Sure to Check Back Each Thursday for Our Newest Adoptable Pet of the Week!

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