Special to The Daily Corgi from Adam Chang, volunteer foster with Queen’s Best Stumpy Dog Rescue of Los Angeles.
Rotti is a 4.5 year-old male Pembroke Welsh Corgi. He has IVDD (Intervertebral Disc Disease), a congenital disease that’s fairly common in Corgis. Because he had surgery early in the prognosis, it’s this reason he still has function of his hind legs. If it wasn’t for the occasional lameness in his hind legs and his shiny wheels, you wouldn’t be able to tell there was anything wrong with Rotti.
Rotti’s exuberant yet tame temperament – his former family had a young child and two other dogs – would make a great addition to any family. He has a special set of needs, including the necessity of having his bladder expressed, and additional time spent on physical therapy rehab.
Rotti is looking for a family, couple or single in the SoCal area willing to commit some extra time in his rehab, with the patience to accommodate his special needs. If you’re interested in meeting or adopting this charming gentleman, please visit Queen’s Best Stumpy Dog Rescue for more information and/or to fill out an application, or find them on Facebook HERE.