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CO Corgis and Friends
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Meet the Pet

5.

Approve Application

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

7.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Meet the Pet

5.

Approve Application

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

7.

Take the Pet Home

Facts about me

Breed
Corgi/Papillon
Color
Age
Size
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID
16748312-Rummy

My info

Small red x Not good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small red x Not good with cats
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Rummy is a 15# small fluffy Corgi mix. The vets guessed his age anywhere between 5-7 y/o. We think he may be on the upper end of that range due to his mannerisms and because he does have a heart murmur and enlarged left atrium. He's on a prescription called pimobendin or vetmedin for his heart issues and will need to be on that for the rest of his life (approx cost is $45/month). When Rummy's owner passed away, he was caught out running the streets with the wrong crowd and ended up in the doggie slammer. He's a quiet boy until he is displeased with something like being crated then he barks, howls, and carries on. Rummy is pretty shy with new people and will need some time to warm up. He'd love a mellow older doggie friend his size (see Todd's bio) who he can just hang out with in a quiet low key home. He's particular about being approached and picked up, so no children or visiting grandchildren under 12 y/o in his new home if any and NO cats. Rummy is doing great now with potty training but may need a refresher in a new home with a new routine. Rummy prefers women over men so will need a female in his new home. He is a sensitive guy so yellers (you know who you are) need not apply. Rummy will need a fenced in area but that will not be a substitute for walks because he loves to go on walkies. We think that's probably his favorite thing actually. He keeps a good pace when it's not too hot out but can't go for miles. Short frequent walks would make him a very happy boy. His second favorite thing is chasing his foster mom around the backyard and tugging on her pant legs. If interested in meeting Rummy, complete our application at https://www.corgisandfriends.com/forms as the first step. We require the application, home and reference check and meet with everyone in the home. Rummy is neutered, utd on vaccs, chipped, and HW-. Rummy's adoption fee is $350 and we are not doing out of state adoptions.

June 27, 2022, 10:30 am

Rummy is a 15# small fluffy Corgi mix. The vets guessed his age anywhere between 5-7 y/o. We think he may be on the upper end of that range due to his mannerisms and because he does have a heart murmur and enlarged left atrium. He's on a prescription called pimobendin or vetmedin for his heart issues and will need to be on that for the rest of his life (approx cost is $45/month). When Rummy's owner passed away, he was caught out running the streets with the wrong crowd and ended up in the doggie slammer. He's a quiet boy until he is displeased with something like being crated then he barks, howls, and carries on. Rummy is pretty shy with new people and will need some time to warm up. He'd love a mellow older doggie friend his size (see Todd's bio) who he can just hang out with in a quiet low key home. He's particular about being approached and picked up, so no children or visiting grandchildren under 12 y/o in his new home if any and NO cats. Rummy is doing great now with potty training but may need a refresher in a new home with a new routine. Rummy prefers women over men so will need a female in his new home. He is a sensitive guy so yellers (you know who you are) need not apply. Rummy will need a fenced in area but that will not be a substitute for walks because he loves to go on walkies. We think that's probably his favorite thing actually. He keeps a good pace when it's not too hot out but can't go for miles. Short frequent walks would make him a very happy boy. His second favorite thing is chasing his foster mom around the backyard and tugging on her pant legs. If interested in meeting Rummy, complete our application at https://www.corgisandfriends.com/forms as the first step. We require the application, home and reference check and meet with everyone in the home. Rummy is neutered, utd on vaccs, chipped, and HW-. Rummy's adoption fee is $350 and we are not doing out of state adoptions.

June 27, 2022, 10:30 am
Rescue

CO Corgis and Friends

Contact info
Pet ID
16748312-Rummy
Contact
Phone
Address
Denver, CO 80224
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

includes vet and reference check

3.

Home Check

4.

Meet the Pet

5.

Approve Application

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

and pay adoption fee

7.

Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

We require all pets in the home to be altered and utd on vaccinations.
We require all pets in the home to be altered and utd on vaccinations.

More about this rescue

CO Corgis and Friends is a 501 c3 dog Rescue (specializing in Corgis and other lowrider breeds) that was formed in late 2019 by a group of Corgi loving people who not only love and understand the Corgi breed, but love all other dogs as well. The founding members have over 100+ years of experience owning Corgis and 50+ years in Rescue. It is our pleasure to help homeless dogs in need, help struggling owners rehome their pets, and offer advice on training issues typical of this herding breed. Please feel free to contact us to see if we can help! Our mission is to help find Corgis and other breeds loving forever homes, share our knowledge of the Corgi breed through outreach and education, help reduce the pet population by promoting spay/neuter, and educating the community about responsible pet care and relationships.
CO Corgis and Friends is a 501 c3 dog Rescue (specializing in Corgis and other lowrider breeds) that was formed in late 2019 by a group of Corgi loving people who not only love and understand the Corgi breed, but love all other dogs as well. The founding members have over 100+ years of experience owning Corgis and 50+ years in Rescue. It is our pleasure to help homeless dogs in need, help struggling owners rehome their pets, and offer advice on training issues typical of this herding breed. Please feel free to contact us to see if we can help! Our mission is to help find Corgis and other breeds loving forever homes, share our knowledge of the Corgi breed through outreach and education, help reduce the pet population by promoting spay/neuter, and educating the community about responsible pet care and relationships.