Adoptable Small Spayed/NeuteredUp-to-date with routine shotshousetrained

Meet Charlie… and adorable 16-month old, 12-lb. Terrier mix who is in need of his forever home. His previous guardian was an older gentleman who was not able to give Charlie the care he needed.

Charlie is very much a young Terrier… he’s full of spunk and playful energy, but he also enjoys resting on a chair when playtime is finished. Charlie wants to play with the other dogs in his foster home, but they are older and not interested in play. We know he would love to have a small, energetic and playful canine companion in his new home.

Charlie is very well housetrained, and even though he is a young boy, he has not ‘marked’ in his foster home, as do many small male dogs. He LOVES playing with toys, rides well in a car, and is now learning how to walk on a leash.

Charlie is a friendly little boy to everybody. He is full of energy, so a home with older children, or an adult-only home would probably be best for this little guy. He loves running an playing, and has plenty of energy to spare, so a securely fenced yard is necessary for this little guy.

Charlie is neutered, microchipped, current on his Rabies, DHP/Parvo, and Bordetella vaccines, is heartworm negative, and is on heartworm prevention and flea and tick prevention.
Charlie’s adoption fee is $275.00.

FHCR offers a 3-week trial period with all our adoptions, just to be sure that the pet is a good match for the adoptive family. The fee is refunded if the adoption does not work out within the trial period. We want to be sure that each of our pets will have their perfect “forever” home!

If you are interested in Charlie, and think he may be your ideal canine companion, please visit our website at for information on our adoption process. To apply to adopt, you can cut and paste this link to our on-line application- You may also download an application from our web site, or e-mail us at for additional information, or to request an application.

Forever Home Canine Rescue adopts out-of-state, but we never ‘ship’ or ‘transport’ our pets. An approved adopter must come to North Carolina to meet their new canine companion and then take him/her back home with them.