Charley (Otis Steele)   

In shelter Dog

Rockaway, Morris County, New Jersey, ...
Shepherd, Mixed
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Charley (Otis Steele)
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Charley was adopted as a puppy in 2019 but recently returned to EHR. He was already a fearful dog to begin with, so a kennel is no place for him to be. He has moments like this one where he shuts down and just wants to hide from the world. Charley is a nervous guy with some anxiety and his owner wasn't able to provide him with the direction he needed. He would love an active yet quiet home, meaning that not many people are going to come over and want to meet him. He is shy but good with women (although he has already made a male friend at the kennel) and he'd do best in a home with minimal visitors as he can be afraid of new people. Charley's owner should be fairly active to be able to provide him with plenty of exercise. He has never lived with a dog but seems to really like them so far. Since he is such a "nervous nelly" we feel living with another dog may actually help him (but it's not required). We don't feel a home with young children would be a good situation for him to live in because of his nervousness. Charley is a Shepherd mix who is a little under 2 years old and weighs 45lbs. If you are interested in giving Charley the kind of home where he would thrive and feel safe, please visit EHRDOGS.ORG and mention his name on your application!!


  1. American Humane Association
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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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