Archie is a Corgi mix who is about 3 years old and who weighs almost 13 lbs. He is very loving, sweet, good with kids and adults, and loves being petted. Archie is currently experiencing a bit of separation anxiety, but as he settles into his foster home and his bad memories start to fade, he will probably grow out of this condition. Being dumped in a canyon and left to fend for yourself with just your little pal for company has got to be traumatizing!
Archie likes to play with the other dogs and cats in his foster home, and he finds tennis balls great fun. He would do well in a home with another canine companion to help calm him and show him the ropes. He is housetrained.
ARRF thinks Archie would love being adopted by someone who works from home since he enjoys people so much. If you think this little boy is the one for you, email Jan, his foster mom: firstname.lastname@example.org
Archer is being fostered in the El Cajon area of San Diego County.
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