This week the spotlight is once again on Corgi Connection of Kansas, with three lovely tri-color Pembrokes looking for their forever homes. Thanks to Jeanette for the scoop on these characters! To inquire about adopting any of them, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
sweetie and still very much a puppy, despite his age (estimated at 18 to 24 months). Buddy needs a home as soon as possible.
of Oklahoma. He’s done great in foster with
his foster siblings, a male Corgi-heeler and female Husky. If those two
don’t want to play, Buddy keeps himself busy. In the past
couple of weeks however, his foster Mom says he has slowed down a
was very thin, weighed about 14 pounds and had worms. Those
things have been taken care of, but there is one thing about Buddy that
will most likely remain with him forever. His left front leg is deformed, with one bone longer than the other. The veterinarians don’t know
if he was born that way, which might explain why he ended up as a stray
or if it was due to some kind of trauma. Whatever the reason, Buddy has
adapted to his leg. You can trust us when we say it does not slow him
The veterinarians did not recommend
surgery to correct the leg. It would mean cutting one bone and pinning
it back together in hopes the bone would fuse to itself. The risk of
losing the leg entirely was too great for us to risk having done.
The chompers work perfectly well!
will pull the leg up, and sometimes he kind of hops on it. He doesn’t appear to be in pain, though, so he’s not on medication. We will probably
start him on some glucosamine and maybe Rimadyl down the road, just to
help ward off any further problems.”
being a loving member of his foster home.
A “good Samaritan” took Jericho from his original home, where he could no longer get the time and care he needed. Alas, his new caretaker banished him to an outside pen, leaving him in the mud and heat. She knew her grand-children were being mean to Jericho and didn’t do anything about it until she had him for nearly a year.
Thanks to a sharp-eyed rescuer, he was removed from that situation and is currently in foster care in the Omaha, Nebraska area.
basics of agility and seems quite pleased with himself when he performs
successfully. He would do best with an active owner, as daily walks would
be a must, PLUS plenty of play and exercise time.
unaltered other male dogs, but does seem to be a bit of a “ladies’ man!”
everyone she meets, including her foster parents, who report she has done
just fine with them — but there are no other dogs in the house. Leilu is
snippy towards other dogs and more so towards female dogs, so she’s
looking for a home to call all her own.
bossy, more reactive female Corgi would be perfectly fine taking on
Leilu. She seems to be really thriving on the extra attention she is getting in her foster home, so we hope she finds a placement where
someone is home more than regular working folks.
Lovely companions each in his/her own way. Praying they find the home that is just right.
Little Miss Pudgy Paws says
Wow. Once again we see the great work by Jeanette and the Corgi Connection of Kansas. Three astonishingly beautiful and deserving Corgis will be going to a new, loving, furever home. And, as I have said before, the collaboration between Laurie and Paige to showcase CorgiPals throughThe Daily Corgi is brilliant. So many Corgis are receiving new homes, medicine, support from the Corgi community, etc. Great people doing great things. Corgis and Corgi people everywhere are grateful for all the time, effort, and resources that rescue and advocacy workers give. Big barooo and thanks. Rebecca and LMPP
They all look so sweet. I love your blog and pics. Someday I hope to have another Corgi or Corgi mix. I so miss mine.