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Date listed: 07/22/2017
Date listed: 07/14/2017
verifiedPosted Breed: Cardigan Welsh Corgi. Adoption Fee: 350. Name: Cowboy Age: 8 years Gender: Male Breed: Cardigan Welsh Corgi Weight: 26 lbs Dog friendly: Yes Cat friendly: Unknown Kid friendly: Older considerate children only House Trained: On progress Crate Trained: Yes Energy level: Moderate - Low History: Breeder release from Kansas Adoption Fee: $350 From the Foster: Cowboy has had a rough start to life but has begun to learn how awesome it is to be a family pet. He is a breeder release and lived the first part of his life outdoors. He will need a patient adopter who will be willing to help him slowly learn how to dog. He has made great progress in the last few weeks and should only continue to get better with time! His rough beginning has impacted his physical body some, but he is such a happy boy! Cowboy only has a few teeth (and may lose them with his upcoming dental) and can only eat canned dog food. He is older and has been showing signs of being possibly arthritic in his hips. He is on a joint supplement and on a prescription from the vet and has shown improvement over the last few weeks. He should remain on the joint supplement until directed otherwise and may require further prescriptions as he ages. Because of his hips, he has a harder time with stairs and can only tolerate a few. His forever home must only have a few steps at most for his comfort. Cowboy is still learning that being inside is nice and that going potty is meant for outside only. He has gotten much better about potty training but will still try to mark inside the house. He has been wearing a belly band to help combat this and this behavior will hopefully improve further after being neutered. He gets along with my resident dogs but doesn't play or interact with them much. He likes to hang out by himself for the most part. He loves to be petted and scratched and will happily snuggle as long as he is being petted. He mostly spends his days snoozing in front of the door. He hasn't shown much interest in dog beds but really likes the sheepskin rug I have and will lay on that. His forever home might need to spoil him and get him one :) Cowboy also likes hanging out in his crate as its his "safe" spot. He will seek it out if he gets spooked (he is not a fan of thunder and other loud noises). He is usually quiet while in there, but as he as become more comfortable, he has begun to bark when I get home for the day. Cowboy can be a bit stubborn at times. He likes to be out in the yard and takes some convincing to come back inside. He also doesn't really understand what a leash is and once he's had enough walking, he will flop over and refuse to move. He also is not very food motivated and will sometimes not eat his breakfast and only part of his dinner.
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Cardigan Welsh Corgi Breed Mixes
Welsh Cardigan Corgi
This breed is a mix of: Cardigan Welsh Corgi x Pembroke Welsh Corgi