Charlie has lived with 2 Adults but unfortunately has not met children. He shared his home with 3 cats that he loved to play with but could sometimes be a little rough. He is house-trained and tends to bark when left alone to begin with but settles quite quickly. He is very frightened of meeting new people and takes a while to gain trust. When meeting new dogs he tends to drop to the floor and then tries to initiate play.
Charlie has been brought to us for re-homing as his previous owners decided he was too big and strong for them.
Someone who has dealt with nervous Collies before would be ideal for Charlie to help him overcome his fears.
Update from Olly and Vic adopted separately in 2012 and 2013
Dogs like to chew, but sometimes it becomes inappropriate! What can be done to control it?
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