Sammy is just the cutest guy, really! The boy loves to walk the yard or go on walks. Mr. Nose! When we took Sammy into our rescue he had pneumonia in both lungs and Bordetella (kennel cough). But with the usual Corgi spirit he was soon back to health and letting us know that he was done with his crate. Crate rest wasn't his style. He is affectionate and likes nothing better than to be brushed. His Nylabone is second only to walks. Sammy is what some people may call special needs. He has been diagnosed with epilepsy. It took a couple of weeks, but now his epilepsy is under control and he has had no seizures in nine months. As with humans, he must remain on medication and dosage could change over time. His medication is $20.00 per month. If you have the heart, love, and patience for a great guy who just happens to have epilepsy, Sammy may be your guy. If you have these attributes, Sammy would very much like to meet you.
For more information please call 314-422-2350 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We do not not adopt to homes with small children or electronic fences. Go here for more information on adoption: http://www.petssecondchance.org/adoption
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