Chapparal and Blaze
Lindy B. of North Texas Corgi Rescue (NTCR) shares the story of Chapparal (“Chappy”) and Blaze, two Pembrokes in need of new digs:
“Their owner called me a while back to say that he and his wife were not able to care for them any more. These folks have had a terrible year. As you can see the dogs were being overfed as well. He brought them over after having them fully vetted and groomed (very nice). They had designated a room of the house to them so that they could go in and out at their leisure. It was climate controlled but not a part of the living space of the home, so they were not formally housebroken, although they did not soil their space. I think that the yard was a muddy mess due to the rainy season and that was an unacceptable situation. As a result the girls are in need of a new home.”
“Once dogs pass the age of three they become difficult to place and the fact that the girls are not housebroken presents an additional challange. They are smart and trainable and will learn fast. Chappy and Blaze are sweet and funny, they will make wonderful pets.”
Chaparral is a seven years-young Tri Pembroke Welsh Corgi. She is currently undergoing some training and dieting and she is doing very well. She is a lovely pet, happy and active. Chappy is current on shots, spayed, heartworm negative and on preventative.
Six year old Blaze is a red and white Pemmie. She’s currently undergoing some training and dieting and is doing very well. Her right ear was injured and is crimped. Blaze is a sweet girl who loves to be petted. She is a lovely pet, current on shots, spayed, heartworm negative and on preventative.
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Lindy of North Texas Corgi Rescue says the greatest need right now is placing adult dogs.
“We have hit a seasonal plateau with placements. Dogs are coming into our program and we have a lull in applicants. There seems to be two major times of the year when dogs flow in. One is pre-holidays and the other is in the late spring when school is getting out and people want to go on vacation … most of the dogs are young adults but I have these two girls — Chappy and Blaze — who I’m afraid will be with me for a while.”
“These are lovely girls; though they’re not spring chickens they have a lot of love left to give. Chapparal and Blaze are very deserving. They have no health issues and will be a great addition to a family.”
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If smart, trainable, sweet and funny x2 sounds good to you, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit North Texas Corgi Rescue on the web.
Chappy and Blaze are looking forward to lighting up the lives of their new family!