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Charlie came to us as a stray, he was found on the day of the Kings Coronation, hence the name.  We therefore have no history on him and no idea what his life was like before he came to us.  When he arrived he was suffering from a very bad ear infection, he was in a lot of pain and very aggressive when we tried to do anything with it.  The infection was resistant to almost every antibiotic so he ended up having a Total Ear Canal Ablation and Bulla Osteotomy, which basicall means removing the infected areas and stitching his ear shut so no more infection can get in.  It cured his issue but has left him deaf in that ear. 

Charlie is a large lad and very very strong on a lead, he can go off lead but although he generally doesn't go far he doesn't come back to you, he will however sit and let you go to him to put his lead on.  Charlie has been good with the rest of our dogs and shares a kennel (well conservatory) with Buddy without issue.  

Our main worry with Charllie going into a new home is his aggression when he is in pain and worried, he would need to go to an experienced home with someone who would work on his trust issues, muzzle training and getting him used to them grooming, inspecting him etc.  This will take time and patience.   Because of these issues and the fact that he was a stray we will be looking for a home without children or visiting children.

We know he is a specialist boy but if you think you could be the right forever home for Charlie please complete one of our application forms. 

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