Charlotte – 5 year old female Cross-Breed

Charlotte is a 5 year old female Cross-Breed. She was brought to the UK from Romania over a year ago by another rescue. She was adopted and promptly lost by adopters on the same day and took eleven months to catch. We were asked to take her in once caught to rehabilitate her and find her a safe new home.

GREAT NEWS! This Dog Has Now Been Rehomed
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Charlotte is quite a timid girl but once she knows you she relaxes and is very sweet. We are looking for someone experienced with nervous dogs to take her on who will follow all advise on how to keep her safe.

Charlotte will essentially need another dog in her new home so please do not apply if you do not have one unless you can take on two. She isn’t cat tested and is unable to be unfortunately.

Charlotte would like a quietish, rural home with no children in residence. She will need time to adjust to new people and will not want to be touched by them until she is ready which will take a few days. Charlotte fostered Norwich Norfolk.

All dogs are vaccinated, microchipped and neutered (unless the dog is too young to be neutered). If you are interested please message or call between 9am to 5pm Mon – Fri 9am to 4pm Sat.

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Safe Rescue
For further details regarding adopting a dog from Safe Rescue please email or telephone Kelly Hare 07899 844524. We are a voluntary organisation with members from all over the world that have come together to help dogs in need, regardless of their location. To date we have helped dogs from Spain, Cyprus and Turkey but the majority of our work takes place in Romania where we have built up strong relationships with many dedicated rescuers before bringing the dogs to the UK and into foster care for rehoming.
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