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Peggy Sue - Corgi / Yellow Labrador Retriever / Mixed (medium coat) Dog For Adoption
Pembroke Welsh Corgi Mix Dog For Adoption in Rayville, LA, USA


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Date Listed: 12/26/2015
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Breed: Pembroke Welsh Corgi Mix
Gender: Female Female

Peggy Sue

Color/Markings: Yellow
Size at Maturity: Small
Availability Date: 12/26/2015
Location: Rayville, LA, 71269
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Tags: Pembroke Welsh Corgi Mix Dog For Adoption in Rayville, LA, USA

Pembroke Welsh Corgi Mix Dog For Adoption in Rayville, LA, USA

Physical Attributes
Coat Length Medium
Altered Yes
Behavioral Characteristics
OK with Kids Yes
OK with Dogs Yes
OK with Cats Yes
Activity Level Moderately Active
Additional Information
Was the Dog Found No
  • Up-to-date on Vaccinations

Posted Breed: Corgi / Yellow Labrador Retriever / Mixed (medium coat). See Peggy Sue's HomepageGo to our official websiteYou can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.DHS does not have a facility. All of our animals are housed in foster homes. Therefore, we require having a completed adoption application on file before we ask our foster families to rearrange their schedules for a meet and greet or answer individual inquiries. And, please be patient, we are staffed only by volunteers. It may be a few days before you hear from us. Peggy Sue is Cindy Lou's sister. The two of them were abandoned on a country road without houses in Feb. 2015. Peggy is a little cutie. She loves to play with other dogs, no matter what size and she gets along with everyone. She walks well on a leash, loves her crate and listens well. She hasn't spent much time inside yet but seems well behaved. She loves hugs and cuddles and gets so excited for attention that she hops around on her hind legs. Peggy Sue is a slight heart worm postive but is not symptomatic. Our vet suggests she be kept on the slow kill method and be retested. DHS will be responsible for the cost of treatment. All of our adoptable pets are housed with foster families. When age appropriate, they have been spay/neutered, crate, leash and house trained. They have all been living in a family environment so have been evaluated for temperament and personality. We believe that we should know each pet well enough to make sure that when adopted, everyone lives happily ever after. Since all of our animals are housed with fosters, we ask that you submit a completed application before we answer individual inquiries. Submitting an application never obligates you to adopt but we will have a better understanding of your needs so that we can better answer your questions.

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