Good morning everyone, and welcome to my eleventh weekly guest spot on The Daily Corgi! I am your host Paige K. Davis, founder of CorgiPals. As you know, every week I’ll be doing a guest post to keep you up to snuff with the goings-on in the CorgiPals world. This week’s theme: New Dogs and Safety Blogs!
There have been three new Corgis added to the Helping Paws fund since my last guest post. This week I’d like to introduce you to those new faces and share their stories with you. Grab some tissues before proceeding. You’ve been warned. 🙂
First up is Ms. Sprinkles! If her heterochromic eyes and one floppy ear don’t steal your heart… her story will! She was a loving Corgi who enjoyed eating, rolling in the grass and mud, going on walks, and getting lots of love and attention. Back in November, Sprinkles was diagnosed quite suddenly with autoimmune hemolytic anemia, a condition in which the body does not have enough healthy red blood cells. Red blood cells provide oxygen to body tissues. Sprinkles was diagnosed just two weeks before crossing the Rainbow Bridge. Her vet bills are still looming over the
heads of her grieving parents and Corgi siblings. Please share her
story and donate if you can so we can get this bill taken care. This will be her family’s first holiday season without her in many years, and I know we can make it a little brighter by helping them out! She currently needs $4,600 to reach her goal.
Next up we have Bandit! This sweetie pie is only 15 months and is already getting into loads of Corgi trouble! Bandit is such a sweetheart! He loves
playing with his brother and going
on runs with his Daddy. Everyone who meets Bandit LOVES him! Bandit was
following Corgi Dad Austin into the house from the garage and Austin thought
Bandit was right behind him but something must’ve
caught his attention and slowed him down a bit because when the heavy
fire door closed it caught
his left hind leg as it was shutting. He had two fractures in his leg, damage to his growth plate, and damage to his knee. Austin used his entire college savings to pay for Bandit’s surgery. Tis the season to give back! Let’s show Austin that his love for Bandit has not been overlooked! Bandit needs $2,616 to reach his goal.
life as a puppy mill breeder, but when they discovered she couldn’t hold a
litter the mill dumped her and she was passed around to several people.
No one bothered to get her fixed because she miscarried all of her
litters. She’s also very skittish and you can tell she’s been kicked
more than a few times. Luckily her new Corgi Mom found her awful “free to a good home” ad on Craigslist and went to give her another shot at the life she deserves. Her condition and living conditions were terrible. My synopsis doesn’t do her story justice, so please head over to her page on CorgiPals to read her tale in full. Pudge needs only $84 to reach her goal.
That about wraps it up for this week. As always, please spread the word about our Corgis in need, and keep on Corgi’n on!
Thanks, Paige, for another great catch-up and educational piece. God love our little corgis.
Paige, Dexter and Violet says
Thank you, Susan!