Heya! My name is Max, and lately I’ve been on the move in more ways than one.
I’d been living with one person my whole life (seven years — not dog years, human years) when she fell on hard times and was forced to leave her home for a place where they don’t allow dogs. (I know, that’s nuts. No dogs?! Some people).
So I ended up with Corgi Connection of Kansas, in a house where they DO allow dogs. In fact, I’ve got a foster brother to boss around. That’s him in the picture. His name is Max, and naturally I have made it known who the boss is in this friendship.
Still, I would like a home of my own. And soon. Because I had a home and a person of my own, and frankly — I’d like those things again. Entre nous, friends, this has been a rough time for me.
I have slimmed myself down considerably since coming to Corgi Connection of Kansas, from 50 down to 42 pounds. Our goal is 30 pounds or less, but I may have to re-negotiate the contract if I get (in my opinion) too skinny. I’m used to throwing my weight around, after all.
If you want to do the math, it goes like this: I’m only seven. Which means I have lots more life, lovin’ and laughter left to share.
To sweeten the pot, I am fully vaccinated, neutered, on heart-worm prevention and house-trained. I’m not crazy about a crate, but if you insist, I’ll use one.
Can you believe that all of this is available for just a $200 adoption fee? A dog like me doesn’t come around every day, y’know.
So naturally, now your interest is piqued. Right? I knew it! Visit the Corgi Connection today site to fill out an adoption application, and remember: I can travel to a new home, but can only do so if I’m attended by my someone from my lucky new crew.
Step right up!
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