Charlotte Great Dane Adult Female
Mount Vernon, IN
DOB:2/2017 Weight: 125lbsPLEASE READ ENTIRE POST BEFORE APPLYING FOR CHARLOTTEHi, my name is Charlotte. Im 130 lbs of nothing but love! I have been in foster care for four weeks now ...because I got too big for my last family. I am a 2yr old pure bred Nice Dane, however when it comes to cuddle time, I think Im a teacup poodle! I love to run outside, catch tennis balls, and roll in mud. My foster mom calls me the Mud Queen! I love to have other dogs to play with but will do best in the house where I dont have another female who wants to boss me around . I have never been around cats. I love kids of all ages but I am very big so kids ten and up are preferred. I am house trained and am working on my leash training. Right now I will pull you from the house to the car and vise versa. Im going to need a secure fenced backyard. I will make the perfect fur baby for a moderate active family. I run and play about three hours out of the day, the rest of the time I just like to stay curled up on the couch with my family. I am not crated during the day while my family is at work because Im such a good girl! I am a little shy when you 1st meet me, but I bond quickly with my housemates! Most Danes slobber a lot but not me, other than splashing in mud, I keep clean!Charlotte is a giant breed and be aware everything costs twice as much to care for her such as heart worm prevention and general medication, etc. She also needs to be on a joint supplement for the rest of her life. If you are interested in Charlotte, please educate yourself on Bloat. Dogs with deep chests are prone to it. Charlotte is VERY deep chested. If your dog is 1 of the high risk breeds, you want to feed 2 or three smaller daily meals rather than 1 large one. Don't exercise your dog right after a meal, and withhold large amounts of water for an hour after eating.Bloat can be deadly if it isnt caught soon enough and the dog receive proper medical attention.Charlotte is spayed, UTD on vaccinations, micro chipped and heart worm negative. Her adoption payment is $300.If you are interested in adopting Charlotte please fill out an application on our websitehttp://pcpoundpuppies.webs.comOur adoption payment is $150 which covers a portion of the dog's vetting costs. The adoption process includes the completion of an application followed by an interview.Click here to submit an adoption form: https://pcpoundpuppies.webs.com/adoption-applicationContact us to set an appointment to see a dog, or plan to visit us on Sundays from noon to 3 pm at the Pet Food Center on 1st Avenue in Evansville, Indiana. Contact us if there is a particular dog you want to meet this weekend so we can be sure to bring that 1 with us.You can get in touch with us by email at XXXX@gmail.com or by phone at 812-483-XXXX for more details.We respond to inquiries and adoption applications at our earliest opportunity, but please be patient with us as we work full-time jobs and perform this service as volunteers. We do our best to return messages and schedule adoption interviews within a couple of days of receiving your application.The fastest way to get the ball rolling is to complete an adoption form for the dog that caught your eye. Thank you for considering the adoption of a shelter dog!
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