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    Todd

    rescue corgi

    Lynn,

    You may not remember me but I adopted Todd from you.  I just printed some new pics and thought you might enjoy!!  He is the love of my life and I just had to share.  He LOVES the snow.  Anyway, take care.

    Amy


    Rudy, a corgi puppy adoption

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    This is Rudy's puppy graduation picture with Gary. Rudy is 20 weeks old. Below is a picture of Rudy and I taken two weeks ago and Rudy is 20 months. The picture below is the one I sent to Delta Society for Rudy and my identification as a pet partner team.

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    Rudy and I passed our evaluation the beginning of this month to register with Delta Society. We will start visiting at Good Samaritan Hospital in December. On this day of thanksgiving for all God has done in our lives and this great nation Gary and I want to thank you and all those who help with Pembroke Welch Corgi Resue. You have brightened our lives first with Aspen and now with Rudy. Rudy and I hope to give back some of your caring by bringing a smile to those who are ill and their families.

    Rudy is a beautiful little boy. Actually not so little he weighed in at 32 pounds at the vets this month. The vet said he was a good weight. He is long and has nice confirmation except his rear end. He kinda walks like John Elway in the back. He is a very happy boy and he and Shorty our basset are best of buddies. Rudy is in charge but Shorty doesn't care. We see his sister every couple of months. She is happy as well. Her name is Eskimo and John, Deb and Seth take good care of her.

    Thanks again for all you do. Have a very Happy Thanksgiving.

    Carol and Gary

    Rudy and Shorty


Laddie, a corgi puppy adoption

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Lynn,

Here is are a couple fairly recent pictures of Laddie. Enjoying a run in the mountains   (Before being trimmed) and helping Kay with the computer.

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Kramer

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Lynn,

All seems to be going well with Kramer. He's learned a lot in 48 hours..............mostly that I am the alpha dog. He is very sweet and both of us are already smitten with him.

I think he is used to eating table food! He hangs around I when I am in the kitchen. Very interested in the refrigerator. He really has not eaten in the two days he's been with us. Yesterday he vomited some bile liquid. He is drinking. He's had a couple of bowel movements and is urinating but not that often. He has ample opportunity outside, but only peed 3 times today. His mucus membrane is moist, but obviously I'm concerned about how long this can or should go on? As alpha dog, I can wait longer than he can for him to eat. Any advice along these lines?

The gentle leader is like a tranquilizer! He's not fond of it, but I've had him in it for a short time on three or four occasions. He simply does not pull on a leash when he wears it. I'm very impressed. He has also learned not to bolt out the doors. Without the leader he will stay while I go out he door. He also is coming to me when I call him. He loves the praise.

He knows about the crate, but won't go in it if I am close enough to close the door. I am letting that be for now. When and if he ever gets hungry, I thought I would feed him in the kennel and start with closing the door for short periods of time when he can still see me.........letting him out only when he is quiet.

He has a vet appointment on Friday for a microchip. I start an obedience class with Julie next Wednesday.

He is a very nice dog. He needs to get some better manners, but is showing all the signs of being very workable. We can't believe that anyone would relinquish such a nice dog. In this case, their loss is most definitely our gain. We're thrilled.

Sincerely,

Phyllis


George, a very special Corgi

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George was one of the 55 dogs seized in the Weld County neglect case in September.....George, a neutered male Pembroke Welsh Corgi, around three years old; very sweet and quite friendly, if a bit timid, and got very excited and barked happily at mealtimes, which were a messy affair because poor George had no tongue, due to cancer. He drooled a lot, and needed a home where he could have someone wipe his teeth and gums often, and perhaps even use a water pik device. Luckily Kristen found George and George found Kristen....

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Julie,

He did just fine last night...and loved his food. He really chows down. Lucky is a picky eater so I was impressed by his gusto! I'm sending a picture so you can see how he settled right in. Thanks again for everything. He's a great little guy.....

Kristen

We had a busy day today. Here are photos of our bath and George looking like a show dog.  

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The one I titled pupperoni, is how George eats treats!

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Toby

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Toby's owner died and their kids put him in the Colorado Springs Humane where we rescued him.  He got sick and we nursed him through.  The kids also shaved him and he is just now growing out his coat.  He is in a lovely home with new members of the club!


Ginger a Senior Corgi adoption

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Lynn,

As you can see little Ginger seems to be settling in on the ranch. Jinks was so depressed when our Chiffon passed away in the Spring we were lucky to find Ginger! Jinks needed an older friend (he's a bit of a grumpy old man around puppies) and Ginger just clings to him day and night. You could never tell she's 7 she runs through the sage brush like a 2 year old!

Ziska

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