The Western Bulldogs have announced that Louis Butler and Charlie Parker have not been offered contracts for 2023, ending their time with the club.

Butler made four senior appearances during his time at the Bulldogs, making his debut in Round 4, 2020. The 21-year-old managed just one game in 2022, a Round 4 loss to Richmond.

Butler was originally drafted with Pick 53 in the 2019 National Draft.

Parker, meanwhile, departs the Kennel without a senior appearance after being drafted with Pick 17 in the 2021 Rookie Draft. The 25-year-old utility originally hailed from the SANFL before making his way to the Dogs, where he struggled with injury for much of the 2022 season.

Sam Power, General Manager of List and Recruiting at the Bulldogs, thanked the pair for their time at the club.

“We appreciate what Louis and Charlie brought to our playing group, both on and off the field during their time at the Club,” Power said.

“We wish them all the best in their future endeavours.”

Butler and Parker's delistings mark the Bulldogs' third list change for the day, with Mitch Wallis departing the club earlier on Monday.