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Charity

Breed Dachshund (mix)
Gender Female
Color Yellow All One Color
Coat Short
Tail Natural Tail
Eyes Brown
Age 2 years
Size Medium
Weight 25 lbs.
Category Dogs
Animal ID Number 9532
Meet Charity! This adorable 2 year old yellow girl is a Dachshund mix, maybe with some Chihuahua or Spaniel. She was found in the trash with her two puppies, but she has gotten a second chance thanks to Labs and More. This sweet girl now has a warm bed, two meals a day and lots of love from her foster family. Charity is very friendly and loves people. She will roll over for belly rubs and loves to smother you in hugs and lots of fast kisses. She is great with both adults and children. Charity has good house manners and is house trained. She would do well in a home with a yard or in an apartment or condo setting. She is quiet, only occasionally giving a happy grunt when excited or letting out a few noises when you first leave her alone. She settles down quickly though. She is crate trained and can be crated for at least 6 hours without issues. She is missing a few teeth and likes a little wet food mixed in with her kibble at mealtime. She can be picky about her treats but she does like soft small treats and hot dog. She knows sit. Charity is dog friendly and loves to play with the similar sized dog in her foster home. She gets along with the two bigger dogs in her foster home as well but she isn't a big fan of large playful dogs in her face. We think she'd do well in a home as an only dog or with other dogs, either similar sized companions or easygoing large dogs. She has also met dog friendly cats and did well, giving them their space, so we think she could live in a home with a cat. Charity walks great on leash and is happy with a stroll around the neighborhood once a day. She is a great car rider, too. Charity is a wonderful happy girl that would be a great first dog for a family. If you are interested in sweet little Charity, submit your adoption application for this wonderful girl today!

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Charity #9532: Female Dog


Charity #9532: Female Dog


Charity #9532: Female Dog


Charity #9532: Female Dog


Charity #9532: Female Dog


Charity #9532: Female Dog


Charity #9532: Female Dog