My name is Roscoe!

Pembroke Welsh Corgi Mix Dog for adoption in Lomita, California - Roscoe
Photo 1 - Pembroke Welsh Corgi Mix Dog for adoption in Lomita, California - Roscoe
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St. Anthony's Canine Rescue & Corgi Matchmaker

Facts about Roscoe

  • Breed: Pembroke Welsh Corgi Mix
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
Roscoe came in as a stray at the Lancaster LA County shelter. He was rescued and is not in foster care with option to adopt. He is now neutered, current on his shots and microchipped. If the foster home doesn't work out, he will come up for adoption on or about 11/1/16. He appears to be very loving, was just neutered on 10/7 so will be groomed after he heals. He is the typical 3 year old Pembroke that needs training, is used to be walked regularly as his foster dad lives in an apt. He appears to be housebroken. Adoption process: completion of a pre adopt ap, homeck, contract, trial period and adoption donation of $325

About St. Anthony's Canine Rescue & Corgi Matchmaker

About Our Rescue Group...

Visit our website at http:/ to see our dogs.

You can visit our St. Anthony's Canine Rescue Blog at

If interested in a particular dog, please email and copy and paste the pre adopt ap from our homepage at an email to us, complete and email to us.

Dogs can be shown by private appointment if a pre adoption application is completed and the dog and home seem like a good match. Private in home dog training is available. I've been doing in home dog training exclusively since 2000 in the southbay. Brochure and references available
We can also show dogs by private appointment if a pre adoption application is completed and it appears to be a good match.

St. Anthony's Canine Rescue has been in existence for 24(1/20/88) and has specialized in small to medium dog rescue/adoptive placement. Welsh Corgi purebreds (Pembrokes and Cardigans) plus Corgi mixes have been our first priority. We feature other rescue colleagues with other types of dogs as well for adoption We network with other independent rescuers and organizations to facilitate home checks, dog transport and dog placement. Our adoption process is: home check, two week trial period, contract and adoption donation of $100 and $350. Average is $125-$225 mix breed and $100 to $350 purebred. Our dogs are spayed/neutered, current on shots, microchipped and placed for compatibility in adoptive homes for a life time commitment and as housepets only. We have lifetime return of any adopted dog for any reason. We are limited to the volume of dogs we can handle at any given time due to foster home limitations. We do not operate a kennel. We are willing to work with owned dogs if the owners/rescuers who can continue to house the dogs until a suitable adoptive home is found. We do not operate a kennel and our foster homes are most often full. We need foster homes and you can go to and complete a foster home application on line.

We offer in home dog training, pet sitting and dog walking in the south bay area of LA County. A brochure is available via email upon request. We have been serving the south bay since 2000.

You can visit our St. Anthony's Canine Rescue Blog for the latest news and events at



2015 I have assisted with owner surrender dogs and some shelter dogs that I bailed out and they came into my rescue. However, my intake of dogs is definitely greatly reduced and I post dogs that are at shelters for direct adoption at the shelters and do courtesy posts for others needing to rehome their dog.
will continue to keep my websites active as I still have 5 dogs to
place plus I am converting my rescue format. I started posting corgis
for direct adoption at shelters and have gotten some good results. I
will now call myself the "corgi matchmaker". Since I have been doing
my thing for a quarter of a century, my rescue is known for corgis,
both pure and mix. I will match applicants to dogs at shelters. I
also will continue to do courtesy posts for a couple of other
independent rescuers. Last but not least, I will continue to work
with owned corgis for rehoming as long as their owners can continue to
keep them until a good home is found. I did this with two senior
Pembroke females last year that had special needs and found good homes
for them. On the latter, I will use my
placement format with hmcks, donation, etc.

I am not leaving rescue, I'm just lightening my load. I'm no longer a
spring chicken and feel it is not wise to overload myself with the
responsibility of fostering dogs
and all that involves, for them and me.

I will still hold two corgi potluck picnics annually, the next one
after 5/25 will be in October for our annual Halloween picnic with
Halloween costume contest and talent contest.

Corgially Yours,

Come Meet Our Pets...

We show our dogs by appmt only after a pre adoption application has been completed. They are usually at the Redondo Bch Dog Pk, Entradero Park (Torrance)

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption Process: Pre Adoption Application, homecheck, two week trial period, contract and followup visit with an adoption donation of $150 to $300. Donation refundable during two week trial period except for $35 administrative/travel reimbursement charge. Dogs can be seen by private appointment once a pre adoption application has been received and evaluated. You can go to to download a pre adoption application. Need in home dog training for your dog, contact Arleen at Recommended by rescue organizations and has lots of experience working with rescued dogs. Certified dog trainer since 2000, serving the southbay area of Los Angeles County.


Pre-Adoption Application




City, State & Zip Code:

Phone: Home: Work:

email address:

If you have a 2nd or vacation home please include that information below:

Occupation: Retired:

Are all adult members in the family open to adopting a dog. We find that often
a wife or husband makes an inquiry, we spin our wheels, arrange a meet/greet and
find out one of the parties doesn't want a dog so we need all adult family members
to be gung ho on adopting a dog.

Adult Family Members Age Range: Under 25 -
26-35 ( ); 36-45 ( ); 46-55 ( ); 56-65 ( ); 66-75 ( )
and beyond

Do you have children: # and ages:
Do you have visiting grandchildren: # and ages:

Type of Dog Wanted:Breed Type: Purebred or Mixbreed

Age Range: Sex: Color

YOUR ENVIRONMENT: House Apt. Condo Mobile

Fenced Yard: Yes No
Type of Fencing: Brick Wood Chainlink Wrought Iron
Height of Fencing: Highest and lowest in feet

Is your yard totally fenced: no open or ungated areas Yes No
Is your yard attached to the house with an opening directly
the house to the yard Yes No

Type of gates and how many: # of gates: Hgt of gates:
Gates: Chainlink Wood Wrought Iron

Do you have a gardener: Do you have a pool service
and if you have a pool is it fenced in or is it open

Do you have utility meters in your backyard:
If so, does a utility person need to enter the yard
to read the meters?

If you rent do you have your landlord’s permission to have a dog?
Yes No
Have you been required to make a pet deposit in order
to have a pet?

Is there a pet size limit: If so, what is it:

Name and phone # of landlord or rental manager:

Please list other pets: (type/sex/age) Dogs
Cats: Others:

Have you owned other dogs: If you do not still have these
animals, please explain?

Answer the following question with the answer(s) that best suits your thoughts:

It is okay for a dog to be off leash in an unfenced area:

1) When properly trained thru obedience

2) on trail, hiking paths, campgrounds or the beach

3) in my front yard if I'm doing something out there and watching him/her

4. Never, too many unpredictable things can happen

How many hours during the work week would you dog be alone?


Have you had to put a pet to sleep:
If so, what source did you use:
Vet Animal Shelter
If you had your pet put to sleep did you opt for the following:
Let the vet dispose of the remains
Have the pet cremated and retain the ashes
Bury the pet in a pet cemetery

Have any of your present or previous pets been adopted from
animal shelters rescue organizations
If so, how many:

Did you ever acquire a pet through an owner giveup ad in a
local newspaper:
a neighbor friend co-worker

Do your or any family members have allergies?

How often do you walk your dog(s)

How ow often do you scoop the poop in your yard
1X a Day Every other Day Other (Specify)

Do you have a low stress level. Rescued dogs take time to adjust
and some have special needs. It takes patience and can add stress.
Ask yourself if you are up to the challenge.

Name and phone # or address of vet:

Are you a member of any dog club.

Would you be willing to obedience train your dog: If you are applying to adopt a Corgi, it is
necessary for you to be willing to start a basic obedience class after the adoption is
finalized after the two week trial period.

Have you trained a dog before:

Will your dog be a house pet or an outside dog

If both, explain where the dog would sleep at night

Are your animals spayed/neutered Yes No

If not, please explain why:

Do you keep collars and ID tags on your pets at all times:
Yes No If no, explain why:

When you go on vacation what arrangement would you use for care
of your pet(s): Boarding kennel
Keep with family member or neighbor
Petsitting Service Take pet with you

What sparked your interest in adopting the dog you expressed interest in.

If you are applying to adopt a Corgi, please list your familarity or background
with the breed, be it purebred or corgi mix.

Thank you.