Ruff Ruff! My name is Tator Bud
Tator Bud's Info...
|Breed:||Corgi/Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix||Color:||Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut - With White||Age:||Senior|
|Size:||Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)||Sex:||Female||ID#:||1126-1|
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Sweet Little Tator Bud is a 9-year old Pembroke Welsh Corgi/terrier mix who was rescued from Mercer County Dog Pound in Knoxville, TN. Tator was taken to the shelter after her owner passed away. She was to be put to sleep but was brought into rescue along with her buddy, Shadow , a poodle. Tator is a very active dog even though she is 10 years old. She is current on all vaccines, rabies, heartworm negative, is spayed, microchipped and housetrained. Tator is a few pounds overweight due to being fed table food. She is now on the green bean diet which she loves. She has a delightful personality, very affectionate, and just wants your love which she returns 1000%. She loves to play with other dogs medium sized and larger. She likes to run in the backyard with the other dogs and likes going for walks. She has not been around cats. Tator is a very laid back little girl who wants nothing more than a very loving home. This home should be without children under age five, , maybe a retired couple, someone who could give her a lot of love considering what she has been through. It is a hard transition from one family to another at this age in a dog's life. She likes to lay on the couch and listen to music on the TV or watch Animal Planet if there are dogs barking. She rides very well in a car as she came a long distance. What Tator really wants is a Forever Home that she can call her own. Tator is very interested in watching what you are doing and expects a bit of petting on the side. Tator's adoption donation is $150.00. If you would like to give your heart and home to this displaced little Corgi and her sidekick Shadow, donation exceptions will be made. Please fill out our online adoption/information form to contact us about Tator:
If you have not heard from us within one week, please call toll free at 866-887-5200. Thanks!
More information about Corgi Rescue Services
Rescue Group Info...
My husband and I started Corgi Rescue when we lived in the State of Washington. At the time, we only had one rescue and two Corgis of our own. In 2004, we moved to Ohio to be closer to family. After being in Ohio, we determined that there was a need for Corgi and Corgi mix rescue in this area. Over the last 18 months, we have adopted 70 dogs to loving, forever homes. We currently have six Corgis of our own which include Daisy and Buttons, puppymill girls who are each 10 years old, Chrissy, a blind and deaf Corgi, 10 years old, Mr. Hobbs, a Corgi puppy six months old, Dale who is six years old and Katie who is five years old and last our Corgi/lab, Logan who is going on 10 years old. We currently have ten rescues who we are trying to find loving homes for.
MISSION OF CORGI RESCUE SERVICES
The ultimate mission of Corgi Rescue Services is to take into rescue owner turn-ins, neglected and abused animals, strays, shelter and pound animals. After thorough medical care (vaccines, rabies, heartworm checks, spaying/neutering and other medical treatment if required), socialization with other dogs, children and adults, and an opportunity to evaluate each animal, we hope to place each rescued animal into an approved forever, loving home where the animal will live with a family who adores him/her and will take upon themselves to provide for the animal the rest of his/her life. Before a dog can be released to an adoptive home, an Adoption Application must be completed and returned to Corgi Rescue Services. You can request an application by calling 866-887-5200 or by e-mailing Carol Brickner at firstname.lastname@example.org. In the future, should the adoptive family no longer be able to care for the dog that they adopted, said dog must be returned to Corgi Rescue Services as per the Adoption Contract.
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Adopting a pet takes a lot of consideration. You will be with this animal for the next ten years of its life or more. Questions to consider are: 1) Can you financially take care of the animal as to food, shelter, toys, and vet fees? 2) Are you willing to give this animal the love and attention that he/she so richly deserves? 3) Will you make sure that no abuse. injury, or other attacks are allowed to be done to your pet? 4) Will you continue to license, keep current on vaccinations and get required medical care if needed? 5) Will you take the time to socialize your pet with other dogs, cats, children and adults? 6) Will you make sure that your children learn how to respect an animal? If the answers to all of the above questions are YES, then you are ready to start looking for the dog of your choice and to complete the adoption application.