Princess Happy is a Corgi/Border Collie mix that is a seasoned 8-9 year old matriarch that weighs in at 48 lbs. and is low to the ground. This HAPPY girl sports the beautiful black and white coat of a Border Collie and yet all the features of the adorable Corgi face, ears, piercing eyes and the short adorable legs. Her coat is soft and thick and plush with Corgi influence and Border Collie coloring influence. Her attractive white shawl and overall thick, lush fur coat just begs to be petted. Her face has the salt and pepper appearance of a wise mature lady. . She has beautiful, intensely piercing big brown eyes that just seem to draw you in. Once Happy Princess gets past her cautious assessment of a stranger, she warms up to them and is a total love bug. If she has not had enough petting she will let you know by nosing your hand asking for more love. Happy Princess would do best as an only dog if there is a choice. she seems to have a hard time being a girlfriend to other dogs. She is fine on the leash and in perfectly good health and full and total vetting. This girl would be a wonderful soulmate and companion to a retired couple or single person with a plan to watch the final sunsets of life together in peace and love.
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