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Age: 8 years
Breed: Cardigan Welsh Corgi
Weight: 26 lbs
Dog friendly: Yes
Cat friendly: Unknown
Kid friendly: Older considerate children only
House Trained: Yes, but will mark somewhere new
Crate Trained: Yes
Energy level: Moderate - Low
History: Breeder release from Kansas
Adoption Fee: $350
**FENCED YARD REQUIRED**
From the Foster:
Cowboy came to MN as a breeder release and has slowly been learning how to be a dog. He has adapted to his new lifestyle pretty well! He spends most of his time snoozing in a dog bed or on the couch next to his foster mom. He will need a patient forever home that will keep teaching him how to be a dog. He is still learning how to walk on a leash for more than a few minutes. Because of this, he needs a fenced in yard as he won't do well on a tie-out/leash. Cowboy is scared of loud noises and quick movements. He will not be adopted to a home with children under the age of 10 because of this. Cowboy's past has taken a small toll on his body. He has achy joints and is on a daily joint supplement that he will need to continue in his forever home. In the future, he may need pain management as well. He is a slow walker and does not go on very long walks. Cowboy also has difficulties with stairs and will need a single level home with minimal steps for his forever home, but will probably be best without shared walls as he can bark. He has also lost all of his teeth and is on a canned food diet. This doesn't phase him in the least however! Cowboy has gotten along with everyone he has met, but is nervous in new situations. He will do best in a home that will work with him by taking him out to experience new things occasionally, but is mostly a homebody where he is most comfortable. He doesn't mind other dogs, but is more comfortable with dogs that are around his size. He doesn't really play with other dogs or with toys and spends most of the day sleeping. Cowboy also likes hanging out in his crate as its his "safe" spot. He will seek it out if he gets spooked (he is not a fan of thunder and other loud noises). He is usually quiet while in there, but as he as become more comfortable, he has begun to bark when I get home for the day. He loves to be pet and scratched and will demand more by nudging your hand if you stop. His silly corgi personality has been coming out more and more and he is a total goofball.