My name is Catrina!

Posted 1 year ago

Cared for by CorgiDane Rescue
Adoption process

Submit Application


Meet the Pet


Home Check


Approve Application


Sign Adoption Contract

Adoption fee: $250

This helps CorgiDane Rescue with pet care costs.

My basic info

Norwich Terrier
2 years 3 months old, Young
Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less (when grown)
10 lbs (current)
Pet ID

My details

Checkmark in teal circle Good with dogs
Checkmark in teal circle Good with cats
Checkmark in teal circle Shots current
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:

Catrina is a shy little thing, at least when she's first getting to know you. After she warms up to you, she wants to sleep with you and sometimes on top of you. Catrina is getting the hang of going outside, but it's something she needs to be reminded of.
I'm not sure how Catrina would do in a rambunctious household. She would do best in a fairly quiet household. She would probably make a good apartment dog. She will be very devoted to her person(s).
CorgiDane Rescue

Contact info

Pet ID
Dixie Davis
100 Granite Shoals Dr, Kyle, TX 78640

Their adoption process


Submit Application

You can meet the pet before submitting an application, but you will not be able to take the pet home until the application is approved.


Meet the Pet

Arrange to meet the pet. Exceptions can be made for long distances, but long distance adoptions might be subject to additional scrutiny.


Home Check

We PREFER to do a home visit, but this is not always doable.


Approve Application


Sign Adoption Contract

After application is approve, we meet, sign adoption contract, pay adoption fee, and you take your new family member home!

Additional adoption info

Fees: Usually $200-$300, to cover costs of vaccination and spay/neuter. Adoption application and adoption contract required. Please email to request an application.

Go meet their pets

Please email or call (512) 262-0297 or (210) 744-3373 to arrange for a time to meet the dogs. Animals may be seen by appointment only.

More about this rescue

We began by rescuing Welsh Corgis (both Cardigan and Pembroke) and then Great Danes. Then we took some Corgi mixes to keep them from being euthanized, and eventually accepted some other dogs, and took in the occasional cat.

We largely stepped back from rescue in 2012, but continue to take in a few animals at a time and find homes for them. Currently, we are taking in unwanted animals from the Rio Grande Valley and finding them homes, which is why you will see dogs that have nothing to do with either Corgis or Great Danes listed.

All animals are vaccinated and spayed or neutered prior to adoption, with very few exceptions.

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