By Euro Weekly News Media • 21 January 2015 • 11:28
APSA (Animal Protection Society Albox) in Almeria recently found a home for Charlie, a small dog who had been abandoned locally more than a year ago.
Charlie’s new owners, David and his wife, chose him to live with them and their two-year-old terrier. They visited the kennels and took Charlie for a walk with their terrier. The dogs seemed to get on very well, and everybody was telling them what a lovely little dog Charlie was.
Within a short time Charlie was walking around the village like he owned it. He is part French bulldog and part Spanish terrier, so not your typically pretty, fluffy, little puppy, but David says he is clean, good on the lead, and very well behaved. They are delighted to have found such a lovely, affectionate and obedient little chap. The locals think he is gorgeous and want to know how much he cost.
David ends with a final comment: “I could go on, but as I have been typing he has been snoring away gently on the couch next to me, and he has now woken up and wants his tummy tickling. It’s a dog’s life!”
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