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Charlie

Charlie was rescued alongside 44 other dogs after being found living in a run down outbuilding in Ceredigion, in Wales, in January. The five-year-old is one of the last dogs rescued from the operation left looking for a new home after months of rehabilitation. He was very nervous and withdrawn when he arrived and wouldn’t move from the corner of his kennel for about six weeks. He slowly began to come out of his shell but didn’t take his first steps outside until May. He’s since come on leaps and bounds and is now ready to find a loving new home. He’s cheeky and affectionate and loves to play off the lead with his doggy friends. He needs a patient and quiet, adult-only home. Find out more about Charlie online or contact Newport Animal Centre on newport@rspca.org.uk. This video tells his story.

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