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February 21, 2011 - Deb writes: "The winter weather hasn't stopped me from heading out into the woods to do a little hiking. Every weekend I get to go out and hike the trails right here in Rindge, NH. Talk about peace and tranquility! Hopefully I will be traveling these same paths in the spring, summer and fall. The winter has been good to me! "

January 15, 2011 - Deb writes: "Charlotte had a great summer and fall 2010. The winter months keep us inside a little more than we would like as Charlotte is bothered by all the salt on the roads now, even with her dog booties and jacket. So, we have snowblown a long path around the house and down the hill and back around so that we can do laps this winter! Ten laps is equal to a 20 minute walk. We do what we gotta do to get the job done! We attended the dog parade at PetSmart in Nashua, NH on January 9th and had the pleasure of seeing Kristine. How fun to see her again! Charlotte continues to be a fun addition to our household and I think she agrees to that as well. "

May 18, 2010 - Deb writes: "Charlotte has been a very busy girl. She has been taking one-hour walks every morning. In the early evenings she either goes biking or takes a hike. She is always ready for exercise! Car rides? She is right there and willing to go anywhere. She has recently taken a road trip to New York City and looks forward to more adventures. Charlotte is forty pounds of pure love, affection, and enjoyment. We are looking forward to a great summer! "

April 16, 2010 - Charlotte was adopted by Deb from New Hampshire!

Charlotte or "Little Girl" as she is called in our house is a beautiful, petite, young girl who wants the chance to be the baby in the family. She spent the early months of her life in a crate having babies of her own and now it is her time to be spoiled. She is learning how to have fun and be a dog and is really thriving, she is an easy fun loving dog that someone is going to really enjoy. She has learned not to go potty in the house, politely go in her crate "bed", and is not destructive in the house. Charlotte greets everyone, dogs and people, with lots of kisses and a wiggly butt. She is still working on her house manners but has mastered the basic obedience stuff, now just fine tuning her skills. She likes being outside but doesn't like the cold so much and comes when called.

Charlotte will do best with a moderate to active family who will do lots of activities with her to expose her all the world has to offer. She loves going for walks and uses her harness or gentle leader to remind her not to pull. She rides well in the car and enjoys going for rides with you. Like any puppy exploring her world she needs to be told where the boundaries and limitations are.

You won't regret taking the time to meet this ~40 lb bundle of love and she will wiggle her way into your heart in a matter of seconds!!!

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