Hi-ho Wrigley! This eight year-old beautiful Corgi mix was given up by his family and is currently in an Illinois a foster home. His foster parent Marissa Shoemaker Dunn says her rescue group has had him for months without a single inquiry.
“He has to be one of the smartest, funniest dogs on the planet” says Melissa. “Wrigley would be absolutely perfect for a single person or adult couple with no children. He nips at people’s heels, trying to herd them. When kids run, he frightens them by doing that unexpectedly. He herds my Mom’s cats too; not to be mean, just trying to keep them in line.”
“Wrigley is truly a unique dog. I’ve been rescuing for about eight years now and I’ve never seen anything like him. At 28 pounds, he’s a healthy, neutered, obedient dog who bonds quickly and loves to snuggle. If anyone is interested in Wrigley, please let me know: firstname.lastname@example.org. He could be adopted anywhere in the continental U.S.”
View Wrigley’s PetFinder listing HERE!
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A good news update for Oscar, who originally appeared as a Wednesday Adoptable on The Daily Corgi back in January.
Oscar has struck gold in his new California home with adoptive Mom Myra D. Although he’s been diagnosed with DM (degenerative myelopathy), thanks to Deb Reid (Cool2bCorgi.com), Denise Ripley and a group of donors in Corgi Nation, a custom-fit cart on its way to keep Oscar rolling in comfort and style. The cart is a gift to him in honor of Llyr, the beloved Pembroke Welsh Corgi who bravely battled DM and smiled his inimitable smile the ’til the last.
Coming up next week: a report from Oscar’s Mom Myra D., and pics of Mr. Handsome himself in the spiffy new cart. Stay tuned!