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My name is Bertie!

Welsh Corgi Dog for adoption in Chesterfield, Missouri - Bertie
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Pet's Second Chance Welsh Corgi Rescue

Facts about Bertie

  • Breed: Welsh Corgi
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut - With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
Bertie will be adopted ONLY in the Greater St. Louis area. No exceptions. Prospective adopters must have dog experience.

Bertie is a handsome boy. He loves his family and his food. He doesn’t like to play with toys inside, but is happy to play ball outside, and he’s a pretty good at catch. Bertie is also very food motivated. Bertie’s favorite thing in the world is to run around the back yard and bark at squirrels. Bertie is looking for a quiet home and he would like to be the only dog in the family. Bertie doesn’t like loud noises or any noise out of place. He will bark when he hears things that aren’t normal sounds like trucks, doors slamming or other dogs, because of his sensitivity to noise he would not do well in an apartment. He has even alerted us when someone was in our backyard in the middle of the night. He is a trash can kinda’ guy, so trash cans must be under counters or kept out of his reach. Bertie is not happy to see his humans leave the house, and will tell you so with a bark until the door is closed, he’s a sweet sensitive soul.

If Bertie was a little taller he would be a professional counter surfer. Dang those short legs! Bertie is 100% potty trained, rides very well in the car, is crate trained and will basically do anything for food. Bertie can be guarded with his food bowl, and therefore he will not be adopted to a home with young children or other dogs. He likes being the center of attention.

Bertie is 6 years old, up-to-date on all vaccines, and is on heartworm preventative. He is microchipped. Please read our website at www.petssecondchance.org before calling. For more information contact claireelizabeth@petssecondchance.org or call 314-422-2350.

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.