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Charlie the Chocolate Lab Needs a New Home (SF Bay Area)



 
 
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Old August 3rd 03, 04:20 PM
Ken Rich
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Default Charlie the Chocolate Lab Needs a New Home (SF Bay Area)

I adopted Charlie several months ago from a rescue service. Though he's a
sweet and wonderful dog and I love him, he turns out not to be very suitable
for my home because he has separation anxiety and really needs an
environment where someone is around a lot more than I am. (I live alone and
work all day in an office.) He's a great dog and really deserves an
appropriate home. I have tried a variety of ways to ease the separation
anxiety and have worked with a trainer. It has helped a little but not
enough to allow him to tolerate my extended absence at work. I have a
website with more info and pictures: www.geocities.com/richken. I would
love to hear from anyone who is interested in adopting Charlie or has ideas
for me about where to find him a good home. I can be reached at
. Thanks so much!


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Old August 3rd 03, 07:31 PM
Charles Richmond
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Ken Rich wrote:

I adopted Charlie several months ago from a rescue service. Though he's a
sweet and wonderful dog and I love him, he turns out not to be very suitable
for my home because he has separation anxiety and really needs an
environment where someone is around a lot more than I am.

Most rescues have you sign a contract...that if for any reason
you *no* longer want to keep the dog, you will *return* the dog
to the rescue group. Even if you have *no* such contract, you
should call the rescue group. Discuss the problems you are having
and see if they might have a dog better suited to your situation.
I feel pretty sure that the rescue will take back the Chocolate Lab.

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Old August 3rd 03, 07:31 PM
Charles Richmond
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Ken Rich wrote:

I adopted Charlie several months ago from a rescue service. Though he's a
sweet and wonderful dog and I love him, he turns out not to be very suitable
for my home because he has separation anxiety and really needs an
environment where someone is around a lot more than I am.

Most rescues have you sign a contract...that if for any reason
you *no* longer want to keep the dog, you will *return* the dog
to the rescue group. Even if you have *no* such contract, you
should call the rescue group. Discuss the problems you are having
and see if they might have a dog better suited to your situation.
I feel pretty sure that the rescue will take back the Chocolate Lab.

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Old August 3rd 03, 07:31 PM
Charles Richmond
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Ken Rich wrote:

I adopted Charlie several months ago from a rescue service. Though he's a
sweet and wonderful dog and I love him, he turns out not to be very suitable
for my home because he has separation anxiety and really needs an
environment where someone is around a lot more than I am.

Most rescues have you sign a contract...that if for any reason
you *no* longer want to keep the dog, you will *return* the dog
to the rescue group. Even if you have *no* such contract, you
should call the rescue group. Discuss the problems you are having
and see if they might have a dog better suited to your situation.
I feel pretty sure that the rescue will take back the Chocolate Lab.

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