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Corgi puppies and dogs in Lone Tree, Colorado

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Andy

Corgi Chihuahua

Male, 4 yrs 6 mos
Aurora, CO
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Andy, he is a stocky sturdy little guy, he was rescued with 4 other dogs from a hoarding situation and he appeared to be the leader and at the same time not used to people. He loves to be petted and rolls on his back for a belly rub. we are estimating that he is a Corgi mix and about 4-5 years old He is working on housetraining.Fostering and transporting to places where there is a need for adoptable animals, saves lives, its that simple. Miami Animal Alliance's goal is to be the premium go to place to find your new family member! We work carefully with our Veterinarians and foster families to prepare our pets to be a healthy and happy new family member! Our adoption donations help cover our medical cost, food and transport costs. All pets are up to date on vaccines, Flea treated, Dewormed, Spay or neutered, FELV/FIV, Heartworm (if of age) tested and micro-chipped. Please do not use autofill on adoption application. Inputted info deletes when it submited and then we can't reach you. Local Oklahoma adoptions donation fee is $175 for dogs. Dogs transported to Colorado is a total complete fee of $325 unless their is a special price for certain pet. Cats and kittens are $100 local, $150 total complete fee if transported to Colorado. At times the fee may be adjusted for a special dog.
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Daisy

Corgi Mutt

Female, Young
Aurora, CO
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Not good with kids, Not good with dogs, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
We got Daisy from a neighbor when she was about 4.5 months old. She was not socialized as a puppy and had a hard time with strangers and other dogs. We put her in puppy classes and hired a trainer to come and work with her. She still gets nervous around strangers but she does warm up quickly and once she knows you she loves you. She needs more help with dog reactivity and possible aggression, she has been involved in a few small dog fights (no one was hurt). Our biggest issue is that Daisy doesn't get along with our two young children. She has never bit anyone but she does tend to resource guard and can get possessive of me and my husband when the kids are near. We want to find Daisy a good home where she has someone who is able to work with her and support her needs and who can give her the time she deserves to live her best life. She is super smart and eager to please, loves to run and learns tricks quickly. She loves to play but mostly loves just being near her favorite people.
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Ethyl ***FOSTER HOME***

Corgi

Female, 4 yrs 1 mo
Littleton, CO
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Apply online at www.lolasrecue.com ##1955812##
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Jareth

Welsh Corgi

Male,
Denver, CO
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Posting Jareth again in hopes that his forever family is looking. Stats: -Approx. 1-2 y/o -27#  -neutered, utd, HW-, chipped -mostly potty trained -high energy Requirements: -fenced in yard (NO apartments) -Active working or sport home. Jareth needs a job! -another friendly playful high energy dog in the home (Jareth is fearful of bigger dogs and too rambunctious for most smaller dogs) -Herding breed experience  Note:we are NOT considering applications that do not meet these requirements! Dislikes: -bigger dogs -being in his crate Other: -Jareth is fine with dog savvy cats  -respectful children 10+ -walks nicely on a leash -wouldn’t be a good fit for people who are gone all day -needs a training class or two to learn cues and how to focus If you are interested in meeting Jareth and meet the requirements above, complete the meet and greet 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 including pets. Jareth's adoption fee is $475 and we are not doing out of state adoptions.February 27, 2024, 8:59 pm
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Tawny

Corgi

Female,
Denver, CO
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Not good with kids, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Thank Dog it’s the weekend! Tawny was recently listed for adoption, but we’ve since spent a little time with her and evaluated her more closely. Tawny is an 8.5-year-old Pembroke Corgi. Her previous family was in a situation where they could no longer keep her and had to give her up. She is crate trained and does not mind sleeping there through the night. She is completely housetrained and has started using a doggy door. She loves to go on walks and gets very excited. She is selective of the dogs she gets along with and is non-reactive to cats. She tolerates the smaller dogs in her foster home but does not like the other female Corgi and will not be placed with another female dog her size or larger. A home without other dogs or possibly a passive male dog would be best. She does get jealous of other dogs around her person.  The ideal home for Tawny would be a home where her people are home most of the time so she can be with them. An easy-going family with a structured routine would be best for her. She will need a firm yet gentle person to guide her in her new home. She came to Rescue with anxiety due to her previous situation but has relaxed and is doing very well now that she has a calm atmosphere. She is hesitant with strangers and needs time to warm up; she does not appreciate strangers trying to touch her without her getting comfortable with them first. Her new family should know that a few visits before becoming a permanent part of their family would help in her transition to the new home, so a family in the metro Denver area would be preferred so that visits can be facilitated easily. Due to her anxiety, we will not place her in a home with children. She is a barker and is being trained to hush on cue. It is going to take time and patience and her new family should be willing to work with her using positive reinforcement.  She loves to talk with snorts, grunts and corgi yodeling… and of course barking. Another form of “talking” she enjoys is growling. She wags her tail the entire time, but this can be confusing and intimidating to many people. This is how she expresses herself and is not an indication of aggression, so a family with dog experience and an understanding of canine body language is preferred.  Having her own fenced in yard so she can burn off some of her energy is a requirement. She will not do well in an apartment or at dog parks due to her anxious and bossy nature and will need space to run off leash.     Don’t let her age fool you, this girl is full of spunk! She enjoys walks VERY much and she hopes that her new family enjoys daily walks as well.  She loves the snow, enjoys playing with toys and her person once she trusts them. She also enjoys car rides. She is intelligent and always watches her person for cues. She also has a very sweet side that she can’t wait to show her new family. If you think you could provide her with her list of requirements, please see Colorado Corgis and Friends adoption process and complete a meet and greet/adoption application for her, go to https://www.corgisandfriends.com/forms (https://www.corgisandfriends.com/forms) as the first step. Her adoption fee is $375 and we do not adopt out of Colorado. Stats: - Up to date on vaccinations - Spayed - Microchipped - No known major health or dental issues - Heartworm  negative - Approx. 8.5 years old and 21#  February 27, 2024, 8:59 pm
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Scarlett

Corgi Australian Shepherd

Female, Young
Denver, CO
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Scarlett is a loving and very sweet people's dog. She loves walks, cuddles and is very treat motivated. She hit the 1 year mark and has been food aggressive, herding, and attacking my cats and other dog every since. She would do amazing as the only animal in the household. I have tried everything in order to get her trained and working well with the other animals. The management has become all consuming for me and I have frankly given up my life for her in the past 6 months. She does well with other dogs on walks and in casual setting, just not in her own home as she has random triggers. Most of the time her and my other dog are fine, but when she is not it's scary.

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CO Corgis and Friends

Denver, CO 80224

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CO Corgis and Friends

Denver, CO 80224

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19 miles

Miami Animal Alliance - Colorado Chapter

Aurora, CO 80010

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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21.5 miles

L.O.L.A.'S Rescue

6005 S. Taft Way, Littleton, CO 80127

Pet Types: dogs

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