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Welcome Charlie

Welcome Charlie.

Well actually the shelter called him “Goldie”, but that’s kind of a generic name for goldens who come into the shelter as strays. His foster mom, and I think he looks like a Charlie.

Charlie came into the Prince George’s Animal Shelter as a stray on November 24th. The shelter waited and waited as they were sure his family was looking for him and would come to get him as he’s “as nice as can be”, but they did not, so they shelter called us.

What we know so far:

Estimated to be around 4 years old.
Neutered.
Good with other dogs.
Healthy – heartworm negative, fecal neg. Current on vax.

We will have him checked out by our vet and do blood work.

He is being treated for a mild case of kennel cough.

Seems to be house trained.

Counter surfs.

Thank you Glenda for picking him up and fostering him.

Yes, he does have some black spots on his tongue. That does not mean he is a chow. Here is an article about spotted dogs and breeds (including goldens) who often have them. spotted tongues

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