My name is Sami!

Welsh Corgi Dog for adoption in Cole Camp, Missouri - Sami

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Sami's Info...

I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.

Sami's Story...
07-24-08 Sami is a tri-color Pembroke Welsh Corgi, DOB 03-14-98, weighs 31 lbs. Her elderly owner died, family placed her in a high kill shelter. Shelter called us after her 2 day hold was up. She came complete with her AKC paperwork, Rabies tags & city license. and a good attitude. This is a sweet little lady.

Sami shared a shelter kennel with another dog, no aggression observed. She is currently sharing rescue space on site with Max, an old black fur-gentleman, no "tiff" as both get along nicely.

Sami walks nicely on the leash, rode quietly in a pet taxi in the vehicle. Her original vet has confirmed that her vaccinations are up to date. He did not spay her, did not mark his file that it had already been done, thus we must get our vet to confirm the spay or do it.

Sami has an appointment to visit Doc, spay if needed, dental if needed, any other vet work deemed necessary. She has a foster home on "Stand-by" once that work has been completed.

We will post updates as they become available to help you know if this lovely senior would be a companion in her golden years. She doesn't have many of them left according to the life expectancy given for this breed. Yet, LOVE does make a difference.

Don't count her a goner just yet, however! She is quite active, enjoys a walk-about, no indication at this time of any medical issues. She needs a good brushing, then a good bath to help her relax after her recent upheavals.

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07-25-Sami rode very quietly on the passenger seat to visit Doc. A tummy trim & exam, she is already spayed. Her teeth were quite clean, just a bit of tartar was removed from the rear teeth.

Her original vet confirms she is H/W neg, kept on preventatives, all work was updated Dec. 2007.

With the excellent vet care she received, we also believe she was a house dog, housebroken.

07-26 We received the following info. from Linda with Corgi Rescue

" Your little girl is a black headed tri girl. She appears to be about 4 pounds over weight, but she will be beautiful
when she has had a good grooming and lost the weight! Corgis are double coated. It doesn't appear
that she has been groomed to remove her under coat in years. Poor girl.A good bath and blower will remove all of the undercoat."

Sami has already been scheduled for a make-over with Paula, Polly's Precious Paws. She is familiar with the brushing needing to remove the undercoat, should have her looking spiffy prior to going into foster care.

07-27 Sami has gone to Paula's for her groom. We will post new pics later. She rode in the passenger seat with Steve, excellent vehicle manners.

Sami has been safely cat tested, no problem with the whiskers!

PM update - Paula has advised us that it's a good thing she "pulled the mule from the ditch on the Sabbath."

Sami has some open wounds on the inside of her back legs. She has what appears to be a cyst on her right front paw. She will return to Doc on Monday, go over her more thoroughly once she is cleaned up. Hard to tell there were "hot spots" under all that fur. Thankful Paula would offer a "Sunday Special" & go over her so thoroughly. .

Paula has been brushing out the coat, lots of shedding, two baths, now getting a conditioner, then will get a finishing brush out. She will return her late this evening, get new pics., go over all the OOPS she has found so we may discuss this with the vet tomorrow.

Foster home is being kept informed. We want as much as possible done prior to the foster placement.

Late PM Paula has Sami looking like so fine! She is complete with a little red feather in her hair. Vet will be pleased to see what a lovely lady she is in the AM.

Paula shaved the underbelly so Doc will have a really good look, plus air can get to the area to promote healing. She put Neosporin on the area. Sami is resting comfortably after he day at the spa, doing fine with the small fur-kids lying about.

Pics being updated.

This fur-kid is in our Senior Fur-ever & Always Program.

If you adopt this fur-kid, your original adoption donation is perpetual.

You may adopt another appropriate senior (10 years & older or special needs) fur-kid from us after this fur-kid passes to the Rainbow Bridge, becoming an Angel Dog.


The adoption fee ranges from $150 to $300.

The fee is based upon veterinary care, age & size of dog.

The higher adoption fee on the younger small dogs helps care for the older dogs that take longer to find fur-ever homes.

Senior citizens and disabled receive a discount.

We also offer a discount to those in uniform keeping us safe.

Land of the free because of the brave.

Our adoption process begins with the e-mail or phone call to us. Please be prepared to furnish your complete name, address, telephone number, your veterinarian contact information & at least two personal references. We will then call you to ask a series of questions.

Judy 7 Bells 660-668-3567

7 Bells Sanctuary

We are a member of The Senior Guardian Angels. We speak for those that have no voice.

Facts about Sami

  • Breed: Welsh Corgi
  • Color: Black - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Senior
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 7bells8099

Other Pets at 7 Bells Sanctuary

Why Adoption is a Great Option

Sami, a Cole Camp Welsh Corgi dog was adopted! Here's how you can benefit by looking at adoption as an option to buying a Welsh Corgi for sale in Cole Camp, or seeking a Welsh Corgi dog from a breeder in Cole Camp.

  1. Rescues and shelter volunteers in Cole Camp already know the personality and tendencies of their pets. This means they can match you with the right pet. That will makes it much easier transition to owning a pet for yourself and your new pet.
  2. On average adoption fees are much less than you'd pay a Cole Camp breeder, or pet store. Plus most often rescue pets have already been to the veterinarian for a check-up, had a round of vaccinations, and are spayed or neutered. That is a lot of savings!
  3. You will become a hero, and give a needy dog or cat a loving home. In fact, there are even Welsh Corgi breeders who help with Welsh Corgi rescue. One puppy or kitten adopted in Cole Camp paves the way for another one to be saved.