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joined 5/3/2010


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Charles Edward
Papillon
Charles Edward the White & Biscuit Male Papillon / Stands 7 inches tall / Weighs 2 lbs / Born 2/24/2005 in Western Australia / Lives with wiradjuriwoman in Albany (Australia)

 


Spayed/Neutered
N/A (Spay & Neuter Information)
Microchipped
N/A (Microchipping Information)
Nickname(s)
Charlie
Came From
N/A
Personality
snob, lovable,and a sook
Favorite Toy
none
Favorite Hobby
walking
Favorite Food
dog bisciuts (my dinner if possible)
Favorite Treat
a pat and a kiss..he is one of eight canines in the family
Favorite Trick
to sit
Favorite Place To Sleep
under my blankets
Favorite Place To Play
on the lounge
Favorite Place To Walk
anywhere and everywhere
Likes
hugs and kisses and to sleep
Dislikes
arguments or loud noises
Charles Edward's Story & Details
Charles was a rescued dog, he lived in a small bird aviary
outdoors when rescued and was used simply for a profit machine to mate with any or all female canines brought his way, when rescued he was not able to be held or kissed or brushed, he cowered into corners etc and since having him for under four years he has improved 1000% now it is "charles get out of my face" "charles off my lap for a while" etc etc...I rescue many dogs and keep them if unable to rehome, an expensive habit but a good one...Charles has lovely long ears and a coat many dogs long for..he is well loved and appreciated by us.
He is the partner to my Chihuahua 'Kittin' they have a son Riccardo Antonio, riccardo is a tri colour with predominately white and has the ears of a Kangaroo but is very small.

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