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Code: BFT2022

Charlie 2   

In shelter Dog

Fillmore, CA, 93015
Pet name:
Charlie 2
Doberman Pinscher
We first became aware of Charlie II when we were contacted by a rescuer who does her best to get street dogs from Mexico into acceptable living conditions. The woman lives in the United States but she works with a vet Mexico, and she can also transport dogs into the U. S., though she is not in a position to house the dogs herself. This rescuer sent pictures of Charlie II sleeping in the dirt and a video of him running in the street with a very noticeable limp. Since its difficult for us to turn our backs on dogs like this, we approved having him go to the vet for x-rays and we agreed to pay the charges for these and whatever vaccinations and other treatment might be necessary. Charlie IIs x-rays showed that his pelvic bone had been pierced through by his hip bone and he required hip surgery. The vet in Mexico was able to perform this surgery, and immediately following the surgery he went to a foster him we had arranged where he could heal. While there, he has shown that hes not aggressive to other dogs or people, and hes healing and gaining weight nicely. Charlie is described as a young Doberman but weve not met him as yet to ascertain an approximate age.


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