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My name is June!

Pembroke Welsh Corgi Dog for adoption in Chesterfield, Missouri - June
Photo 1 - Pembroke Welsh Corgi Dog for adoption in Chesterfield, Missouri - June
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I'm being cared for by:
Pet's Second Chance Welsh Corgi Rescue

Facts about June

  • Breed: Pembroke Welsh Corgi
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
WE ADOPT ONLY IN THE GREATER ST. LOUIS AREA.

That face! That tail! How can anyone resist June? At 16 months, June has all the fun loving, energetic qualities of a puppy combined with the good manners of an adult dog.  She loves to play with her toys and will even fetch a tennis ball, frisbee, or stick - you name it.  And boy does she get excited when her foster dad comes home from work!  She is a smart little cookie, and eager to please.

June was a bit nervous when she first came to us, but was right at home after only a couple of days.  She is still getting used to a few "scary" sounds - like the garbage truck - and looks to her humans for reassurance.  She just loves her people and will give you a good face washing if you let her.  She will be a great companion for her lucky owner as she loves to cuddle on the couch, snuggle on your lap, or lie quietly at your feet while you work at your desk. Your choice!

June was not socialized as a puppy, seldom leaving the property. She would be best as an only dog. Socialization is so important! June will need a securely fenced yard. No electronic fences please. She is spayed, up-to-date on vaccines, and micro-chipped. For more information please call 314-422-2350 or email claireelizabeth@petssecondchance.org.  Visit our website at http://www.petssecondchance.org for more information.

About Pet's Second Chance Welsh Corgi Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

PSC Welsh Corgi Rescue was established in 2001 with the mission of rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome Welsh Corgis in need. We received our 501 c3 in 2001. We often take Corgis with serious medical or behavior issues. With our network of veterinarians and veterinary specialists we bring the dogs back to good health and ready for a new home. We also work closely with a behaviorist.

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption process is an initial meeting, an application, a home visit, and a contract. We also schedule a follow-up home visit. Basic behavior classes are required. Adoption fees depend on medical condition and age. We return all phone inquiries within 24 hours.