He's been in a local pound for several months, and there's no reason for it, other than his appearance and breed; he's a good boy, and just needs a family to love him.
In his past life, someone cared for him; he knows how to behave, and he's partially trained.
He's a big dude with a tough exterior, but he's really a marshmallow; friendly and easy-going, engaging and attentive.
Charlie is good with other dogs and gets along with the others in the kennel, but probably not a playmate.
He'd be fine for a family with older kids; he's too strong and clunky for toddlers.
For more information on Charlie, and other pets that need homes, contact Protectors of Animals.