Cheeky Charlie is a beautiful big lab, extremely loving and playful.
He does pull on his lead but we are working on this with a face collar and he has made huge improvements in the few days that he has been in foster. His recall is work in progress, but again with the help of a long lead and treats he is already making huge improvements.
He shows no aggression towards other dogs at all, however can be a bit jumpy and nervous around other dogs. Ideally he would benefit from being an only dog, but we would consider families with a calm dog that will allow Charlie space to develop.
He has lived with young children so we will consider families with dog savvy young children.
Charlie has never lived with cats, however his previous family have advised that he will chase them, but not aggressively. On walks in foster he has not shown any interest to cats that we have encountered.
Charlie doesn’t like to spend long on his own, this may be due to the upheaval in his life. This should settle down with patience and his returning confidence. Ideally we would like to rehome him where there is someone home the majority of the time.
He loves nothing more than a walk, followed by a squeak of his favourite toy and a cuddle on the sofa. He doesn’t chew and is completely housetrained.
Charlie truly is a lovely, cheeky boy who will make a fantastic addition to a commited family. He will need to be neutered (at Labradors in Need’s expense) once he is settled in his new home.
Charlie is currently in the West Midlands but transport can be arranged for the right home.