Bandit

Bandit is a male Labrador mix.  He is three or four uyears old and weighs fifty pounds

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Bandit

They only took one picture of me and this is it.  either they think I am so incredibly handsome that I don’t need good, sharp, clear pictures to get adopted or they think I am not worth even trying.  Which is it?

Either way, here is what they didn’t tell you.  I am very sweet.  Yes, I mean sweet even if that makes me sound a little girly.  I’m great with kids and other dogs.  

Truth is though, I don’t like cats much ever since they told me they were not meant for chasing.  One more thing:  I’m already housebroken.

So back to my original question:  Do I get only one picture and a fuzzy one at that because I’m really good or because I’m a lost cause?

Goofball toby

Goofball is a male Heeler mix.  He is one year old and weighs forty to forty-five pounds.

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Goofball Toby
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Goofball Toby

They call me Goofball.  I don’t really know why, but I go along with it.  

I’m great with cats and dogs and everyone I meet.  I’m housebroken too.  Besides all that, I am very sweet, I love to play but I am also very calm.

Can it get any better?

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Goofball Toby
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Goofball toby

Maybelle

Maybelle is a female Labrador mix.  She is one year old and weighs thirty eight pounds.

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Maybelle

Hello Hello Hello!

They said I’m going to be adopted. Is it true?  I sure hope so.

I can tell you a little about me.  I get along great with other dogs.  I love kids and people in general.  I’m very sweet and still full of energy.  Sometimes I get a little protective of my food, but I can get over that with a little training.  And oh yes, they are teaching me about this housebroken thing and I’m catching on to it.  

So now that you know all about me, will you adopt me?  Please?

Serena and Martina

Serina and Martina are female Terrier mixes.  They are one year old and weigh fifteen to twenty pounds.

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Martina
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Martina
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Serena

They said they would come by and take some better pictures of us today, but I haven’t seen them so far.  

Do you think we can get adopted with these pictures?  I sure hope so.

Eddie and Alfie

Eddie and Alfie are brothers.  They are one year old Labrador mixes.

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Eddy
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Eddy

My brother and I are already here in Maine.  We are just waiting to be adopted. 

I’m am really a good dog and I love everyone.  I’m good with other dogs and kids too.  Will you adopt me? By the way, my name is Eddy.

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Alfie
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Alfie

Hello, my name is Alfie.  I am a really sweet and lovable dog.  I love everyone and as far as I can tell everyone loves me too.  I’m sure you will too and I can hardly wait to become a part of your family!

Dogs above here are ready for live page

Mickey, Minnie and Marco

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Friday, May 1st, 2020:

Charlie is at the Hospital fighting for his life.

He was fine, happy and playing last night.  This morning  he collapsed and was unable to stand or walk.  We rushed him to the veterinarian who found that he was bleeding internally due to tumors on his spleen.  Surgery is not recommended because the cancer has likely already spread.  He is at the hospital now and they are trying to stabilize his blood pressure and get the bleeding to stop.  If successful, we will bring him home later tonight and he will be on Yunnan Baiyao for the rest of his days.  This is not a cure but it may give him a few more weeks or months of life.  The veterinarian does not believe that he is in pain.  We are sorry to say if his vitals won’t stabilize we will have to say good bye to Charlie. Please wish him well!

Friday night update 8:30 PM Charlie came out of the hospital walking on his own with his tail wagging.  We got him home and he went downhill a bit and had to be carried to his bed. He is in his bed now and we will have to wait and see how he is in the morning.
Friday night update 11:30 PM Our beloved Charlie died quietly in his bed moments ago.  He was comforted by the ones he loved during his last moments.  We will always love him.

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2019 was a huge success and 2020 is off to a great start! Charlie with help from our wonderful volunteers, sponsors and donors is rescuing lots of his friends. Click here to see some of the many dogs that have already found new homes. 

All dogs and puppies adopted through Rescue Charlie’s Friends are in full compliance with all Maine health requirements including quarantine periods, exceed the minimum age for importation, have current health certificates, have received all age appropriate vaccinations and have been spayed or neutered.

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