located in Calgary
Photos courtesy of Debby Herold Photography
“Hi there! My AARCS name is Lopez but my Foster Mum calls me Charles and I quite like it. She describes me as a unique character that is worth every second invested in me because she believes I will pay it back a thousand times over. You see I had a bit of a rough start to life and I’m new to only having one eye. As a result, I have a few quirks shall we call them. For example, I get scared sometimes, especially around tall men, being confined or when left in an unfamiliar environment. I don’t like to feel trapped so doorways are tricky at first but I’m working on conquering all these fears and have shown really positive changes in a short period of time. My Foster Mum calls me a ladies man because I trust most women immediately and LOVE to receive love. Once you start petting me, I don’t like you to stop. But I understand you are likely busy so if you tell me no or ignore me then I will happily lie down until you are ready to love me some more. Sometimes I sleep on the bed and my Foster Mum says I’m the best snuggler. In the morning I will greet you with lots of tail wags and kisses because I’m so happy you are awake and that we can start the day together.
I’m polite with other dogs and don’t mind their company, will easily allow you to take my food away and always try to take any food I’m
given gently. If I ever snatch it’s because my one eye can’t work out where it is but I don’t mean any harm to you.
I really liked it here and do “bunny hops” around the yard daily but I know that I can’t stay here because someone who currently is in the need I was, needs to experience this safe warm place too. I’m excited to start my new adventure. All I ask is that you are patient with me because I’m a bit shy at first but my Foster Mum guarantees you won’t regret taking a chance on me. I can’t wait to meet you Furever home!” – xo Lopez
Good with Cats?
Yes, Good with Cats
Good with Dogs?
Yes, Good with Dogs
Good with Kids?
I have been around children but find them overwhelming. However in the future would likely happily have older kids around
Does this Animal have Special Needs?