23ABC's Pet of the Week, Charlie, is a black Chihuahua mix.
Charlie is about six-years-old. He is a graduate of Marley’s Mutt’s Pawsitive Change Program, a progressive and intensive rehabilitation program that matches their rescues with inmates inside California state prisons.
Thanks to the Pawsitive Change Program, Charlie is now house-trained, kennel-trained and leash-trained. He can even do tricks, has a mild-temperament and is great with children. However, Marley's Mutt's says he gets a bit anxious around young children. He would be a great fit for a family with children 10-years-old or older.
If you would like more information about Charlie or any of the pets featured on 23ABC’s Pet of the Week, please contact Marley’s Mutts at or send them an email to . You can also visit their website or their .
Marley’s Mutts is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization that rescues, rehabilitates, and trains death row dogs from Kern County’s high-kill animal shelters in hopes of finding them ‘fur’ever homes.