Charlot – 2 year old female Schnoodle

Charlot is a friendly, lively, little Schnoodle aged 2 years old who has been blind since birth but doesn’t let this stop her enjoying life to the full. She is vaccinated, microchipped and neutered and currently in foster care in Swansea. She is also house trained, crate trained and clicker trained. She lives with a number of other dogs and cats quite happily.

GREAT NEWS! This Dog Has Now Been Rehomed
Thanks to good people like yourself who use DogsBlog.com on a daily basis, this dog has now found a new, permanent loving home. There are more dogs still looking though...
Latest Dogs For AdoptionFind Your Dream Dog!
Allow us to find your PERFECT canine partner with our DogsBlog matchmaker service. Enter your details below for our daily dogs for adoption digest...

She is looking for a special home where she will receive more individual attention than she is able to get currently. She is very active and enjoys playing in a large garden and walking twice a day.

She is not used to being left alone so would need to have someone at home for most of the day, with possibility of company from another dog. She’s an ideal companion dog for someone who works from home or can take her with them to work, or for an active family.

For further information about Charlot (Ref UK29) please see the About Us tab at the end of the page with advice on how to contact her rescue direct.

Blind Dog Rescue UK

Blind Dog Rescue UK

For further details regarding adopting a dog from Blind Dog Rescue UK, please contact bdrukrehoming@yahoo.com or visit http://blinddogrescueuk.com - please note, we will do a home visit and ask you to sign an adoption contract. Our adoption donation is £225. We don't rehome our dogs to families with children under 10 years old.
Blind Dog Rescue UK

Dogs From Blind Dog Rescue UK (see all dogs)

Let Us Find Your Perfect Canine Pal
Allow us to find your new PERFECT canine friend with our dogsblog.com matchmaker service. Enter your details below for our daily dogs for adoption digest...