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Animal Details
Charlotte
ID#:191677
9Mths 4Wks old Medium Cross Breed Mix
Weight: 25.8 lbs
Sex: Spayed Female
Location: Animal Community Center - Milpitas
I've been adopted!
About me
Personality: Charlotte is a sweet but shy girl who needs help to build confidence in a loving home. We are looking for experienced adopters who can help Charlotte learn that world isn't as scary as it may seem at first. She will benefit from home with a yard where she can start to explore, approach people and retreat as she feel comfortable and get potty trained. We believe that once Charlotte is in a home where she is allowed to transition slowly, get socialized and slowly introduced to new things she will do well.
Charlotte's adoption includes a Basic Obedience Puppy training as well as Post-adoption scholarship for a one-on-one session with positive reinforcement trainer to work on her shy/fearful behaviors.

History: Charlotte came to us from our partner shelter in Central Valley. When she arrived she was acting like a very fearful and under socialized puppy. We have been working with Charlotte on her behaviors and she is showing great progress that we hope will continue in her new forever home.

Dog Skills: Charlotte LOVES other dogs. She would highly benefit to go home with a medium to large dog who is playful and polite. Being with another dog helps Charlotte open up more. A canine companion could also teach her the ropes, help her build confidence and keep her busy.

Leash Skills: Charlotte is slowly building confidence when walking on leash. She still needs encouragement when walking through doorways and around loud noises like cars or loud humans. She is making great progress here at the shelter and we hope she can continue that in a home.

Estimated adult weight: 65-75 lbs.