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Tiger

Corgi Jindo

Male, 2 yrs 1 mo
Queens, NY
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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Tiger is the cutest and sweetest Jindo/Corgi mix! He is playful, obedient and food motivated. He understands commands in Korean and English. Good with small dogs, and kids. He loves walks and when he is trotting around his favorite thing to do is say hi to people. He is super quiet in his crate or when you leave so would be a good boy if you live in an apartment. He need slow introductions with big dogs. Otherwise he is good with dogs! Have a flexible schedule first 4 weeks of adoption, be active, no kids under 10 years old we want you to focus on training a puppy or dog! If you are planning to go away please take him with you. For consideration please be over 26 in NY, NJ, Philadelphia or CT area only have kids 10 or over. Have a home with lots of dog runs, parks or fenced in yard. Have an visible IG account when we ask for it please. Be active for puppies no couch potatoes! Thank you. Most of all please follow step below and do not call us we are volunteers! Please note we do not adopt in the Bronx nor Staten Island. We have trainers in Brooklyn, LIC, Astoria, Manhattan, LI, NJ ,and CT 20 miles from Greenwich. Kids `10 and up. He is good with all kids but we prefer older to continue his recall training. Step 1, Email us suekmwdadoptions@gmail.com and tell us your experience with dogs and where u live. 2) If we need more info, we will send u an application 3) DO NOT CALL US 4) DO NOT EMAIL US at our website. We get hundreds of people interested in adopting our dogs and can not possibly get back to everyone. Thank you for your cooperation.
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Reading

Corgi Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)

Male, 5 yrs 1 mo
Manhattan, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Not good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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5 years, 35lbs, Corgi/Terrier Mix, Neutered - NEEDS TO LOOSE ABOUT 8 LBS - Lowe Rider (Super cute short legs)  Is eligible to join our foster-to-adopt program. Please email fostertoadopt@socialteesnyc.org with the animal’s name in the subject line if you are interested! Want to straight up adopt? Submit an adoption application at socialteesnyc.org. Thier Foster Parent Says: "Reading is truly one of the most loveable, adorable and angelic pups I've ever met! He is such a softie + sweetie – but still loves to play. Not destructive, no potty accidents, seems to know what off means for the most part... He loves a long walk but he also loves a long nap and cuddle. He's fun to train (we just learned to sit!), loves treats and destroys chew toys in under an hour (happily). He does NOT like his salmon kibble, however when mixed with some wet food he'll eat it, but he is quite the picky eater. He walks really well, loves to sniff everything, but doesn't seem to eat anything off the streets/isn't interested in eating things that aren't food or treats. He definitely has a mid level of energy and gets a 60-90 minute morning walk at about 7:30am, but can definitely keep up on a long Sunday stroll around town (was fine on a 2 .5 hour walk around with some breaks!) He loves to say hi to all other dogs, but sometimes the tail goes down and he'll growl a little, so I always make sure the tail is wagging before letting him say hello. Reading definitely struggles with separation anxiety and will need a pet parent able and patient to help him through this! He barks a little and then cries almost the entire time he's left alone, and sits and waits by the door until I return. It seems he'll bark a bit for about 5 minutes and then just whimper/cry softly. He even doesn't like when I go to the bathroom /leave him alone in a room, but it's only his first week here so this may improve with some training and as he decompresses. I think he'll do well with someone who is home often, with a consistent routine, plenty of exercise, training and love! He loves to come into my room to wake me up at 7:00am like an alarm clock, but sleeps solidly throughout the night with no disruptions. He definitely needs to lose a few pounds but has great energy levels/no issues with lots of exercise. He still has a very puppy-like energy and excitement!  Overall, he is such a great pup with a lovely personality and just some seo anxiety! He doesn't seem to mind the sounds and does well on the streets of NYC."  Level of dog ownership experience needed: INTERMEDIATE: This dog will need significant structure and plenty of daily exercise, training, and mental stimulation – 90 consecutive minutes of movement in the morning plus potty break walks and brain games throughout the day. The adopter must have relevant primary care experience with a similar breed, temperament, and/or energy level. (Primary care experience includes ownership, fostering, or dog sitting as an adult, not a dog you grew up with.) Energy Level  MEDIUM: Needs a daily 60-90 minute walk or window of quick paced exercise (minimum) in addition to potty break strolls (10-30 min each). Also needs significant socializing opportunities outside the home and mental stimulation at home like tricks training practice, chew items, and puzzle toys. (This is regardless of dog size – many small breeds were designed for lots of activity and will exhibit unwanted behavior when they’re understimulated.)  Energy Level Medium — Not bouncing off the walls but needs long walks and playtime, likes to be active Cuddle Bug Level Medium — Likes to snuggle when he's in the mood but often stays in his own bed – I WOULD SAY BETWEEN MEDIUM TO HIGH Potty Trained Yes — Few or no accidents - NO ACCIDENTS :)  Comfy with strangers? Yep — Wants to be friends with everyone who walks by, super social butterfly, loves anyone who will stop to say hello. Good with Children? (ALWAYS requires supervision) Not a great match for a home with kids — calm teenagers and up is okay.  He is very sensitive/a little mouthy (but gently) at playtime. Good with Other Dogs? Mostly — Generally good with other dogs but may be picky (scared of big dogs or plays too rough for small dogs, for example) – Wants to say hi to all of them, but sometimes the tail goes down and he growls so I wait to see if the tail wags before letting him say hi! Good with Other Animals? (cats, small pets, etc.) Yes — Seems to get along with other animals, either tries to play with them or is mostly uninterested – Haven't seen him around anything other than pigeons and squirrels, mostly uninterested Mouthy Behavior?  Low – Little to no interest in chewing on stuff or putting things in its mouth that aren’t food. Doesn’t try to chew on hands, feet, etc. during playtime, doesn’t wreck your stuff — only chews on appropriate things like dog toys and bones.  Leash Manners? Old Pro – Seems like a dog that has been on leash before. Doesn’t pull hard or need much direction.  Okay in the city? Yes  — Spooked easily by loud noises and bustling areas but walks pretty well and probably just needs more time to adjust (may be a puppy or a brand new rescue) Jumping on People to Say Hi? Medium – Jumps up only on people the dog knows when really excited. Stops with correction. Separation Anxiety?  High - not destructive but cries/barks/whines and sits by the door the entire time left alone. Would be great for a home in the burbs where he can cry (no neighbors) and get more comfy home alone.  Crate training?  Not at all – Don’t even have one, I’ve puppy proofed and we free range. Medical status Healthy as far as we know. Up to date on their DHPP, Bordetella, and Rabies vaccines; heartworm negative; spayed/neutered; microchipped; treated with dewormer upon intake  How this dog ended up with Social Tees: Most of our dogs come via partner groups who help us save them from shelters where they are at risk of euthanasia in Tennessee or St. Thomas. There are very few spay/neuter resources there and many more animals in those areas than there are people to adopt them. Rescue groups like ours bring them to the northeast where the desire for pets like these allows us to save their lives.  PLEASE NOTE: We cannot guarantee any breed mix, exact age, or full grown size (if the dog is under a year old). We do our best with very educated guesses though!  This animal is not at the Social Tees office, all are in foster homes. LEARN MORE ABOUT US: socialteesnyc.org and Instagram @socialteesnyc
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Renton

Corgi Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)

Male, 5 yrs 1 mo
Manhattan, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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5 years, 36lbs, Corgi/Terrier Mix, Neutered   Is eligible to join our foster-to-adopt program. Please email fostertoadopt@socialteesnyc.org with the animal’s name in the subject line if you are interested! Want to straight up adopt? Submit an adoption application at socialteesnyc.org. Thier Foster Parent Says: "Renton is the BEST little man. He is sweet, respectful, quiet, loving, and a great companion. His manners are impeccable (inside and outside of the apartment), he is eager to please, minds his business, and isn’t impacted by the craziness of city life. Renton enjoys his walks (he will never turn one down) but also loves his naps. His favorite activity is curling up on the couch, or anywhere for that matter, for a cozy nap and some snores. He seems to be fearless in most aspects of life, so he is a great dog no matter where you are located. Overall, Renton has a lovely disposition and is such a catch!" Level of dog ownership experience needed: INTERMEDIATE: This dog will need significant structure and plenty of daily exercise, training, and mental stimulation – 90 consecutive minutes of movement in the morning plus potty break walks and brain games throughout the day. The adopter must have relevant primary care experience with a similar breed, temperament, and/or energy level. (Primary care experience includes ownership, fostering, or dog sitting as an adult, not a dog you grew up with.) Energy level  MEDIUM To Lower: Needs a daily 40 minute walk or window of quick paced exercise (minimum) in addition to potty break strolls (10-30 min each). Also needs significant socializing opportunities outside the home and mental stimulation at home like tricks training practice, chew items, and puzzle toys. (This is regardless of dog size – many small breeds were designed for lots of activity and will exhibit unwanted behavior when they’re understimulated.)  Cuddle Bug Level High — Wants to be in your lap pretty much all the time ** he will follow you around the apartment to be in the same room that you are, not necessarily to cuddle but to be in your presence. Potty Trained? Yes Comfy with strangers? Yes  — Not afraid of anyone but isn’t always actively vying for attention Good with children? (always requires supervision)  Yes for all ages — very gentle, low energy, tolerant, not mouthy Good with other dogs? Yes — Good with all other dogs (sizes, breeds, etc.) as far as we know and enjoys socializing with other canines Good with other animals? Yes — Seems to get along with other animals, either tries to play with them or is mostly uninterested ** hasn’t had too much interaction with other animals with us but he is uninterested in pigeons or squirrels Mouthy Behavior? Low – Little to no interest in chewing on stuff or putting things in its mouth that aren’t food. Doesn’t try to chew on hands, feet, etc. during playtime, doesn’t wreck your stuff — only chews on appropriate things like dog toys and bones. Leash manners? Old Pro – Seems like a dog that has been on leash before. Doesn’t pull hard or need much direction. Okay in the city? Yes — Seems unfazed by the sights and sounds, they may as well have been born here. Jumping on people to say hi? Medium – Jumps up only on people the dog knows when really excited. Stops with correction. Separation anxiety? Lower – Might cry for a few minutes when you first leave the house but settles pretty quickly and has no problem being left alone. ** has been good for full days when we are at work Crate training? Not at all – Don’t even have one, I’ve puppy proofed and we free range. ** he is 5 years old and doesn’t seem to need a crate, very respectful. We were going to set up gates when we left but he just sleeps. Medical status Healthy as far as we know. Up to date on their DHPP, Bordetella, and Rabies vaccines; heartworm negative; spayed/neutered; microchipped; treated with dewormer upon intake  How this dog ended up with Social Tees: Most of our dogs come via partner groups who help us save them from shelters where they are at risk of euthanasia in Tennessee or St. Thomas. There are very few spay/neuter resources there and many more animals in those areas than there are people to adopt them. Rescue groups like ours bring them to the northeast where the desire for pets like these allows us to save their lives.  PLEASE NOTE: We cannot guarantee any breed mix, exact age, or full grown size (if the dog is under a year old). We do our best with very educated guesses though!  This animal is not at the Social Tees office, all are in foster homes. LEARN MORE ABOUT US: socialteesnyc.org and Instagram @socialteesnyc
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Jasmine

Corgi Sheltie, Shetland Sheepdog

Female, 12 yrs 2 mos
New York, NY
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Not good with kids, Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Jasmine (born: 3/20/2012) is 10 years old and 22 pounds. We were told that her parents were a Collie and a Chihuahua, but we think she looks like a Corgi / Sheltie mix. We call Jasmine the Elizabeth Taylor of dogs, because she is like a glamorous, iconic, movie star – very discerning about who she makes friends with. If you are gentle and let her warm up to you, you will pass the test and Jasmine will absolutely adore you! Jasmine loves to be admired, brushed, being with you, she enjoys her walks and is housebroken. We really appreciate that you want to give a shelter animal a home. The Humane Society of New York was founded in 1904. The Vladimir Horowitz/Wanda Toscanini Horowitz Adoption Center is a no-kill shelter. Our on-site clinic and staff of skilled Veterinarians looks after the health and well-being of every animal here. We also have a great adoption matchmaking team who will gladly take your profile and match you or your pet with just the right cat or dog companion. We start the process once you have submitted an application to us. Once a completed application is received, the HSNY Adoption Team will review it and we will contact you if we are going to take next steps. FOR AN APPLICATION, please visit http://humanesocietyny.org/adoptions/ and download then email your application to hsny.adopt@gmail.com. Our one and only location is: 306 East 59th Street (between 1st & 2nd Avenue) in Manhattan. If you'd like to sponsor Jasmine, please email amk.hsny@verizon.net. You can give as much or as little as you like. Your donation is tax deductible. Thank you! For additional information on the Humane Society of New York, please visit: humanesocietyny.org. Thank you!
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Emma

Corgi Border Collie

Female, 7 yrs 2 mos
New York, NY
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Emma is a very loving dog. She would be a great companion to an individual, couple, or family. She can be shy at first. She is a favorite here at the ranch. She loves to go on walks and roll over on her back for belly rubs. She listens to commands. She gets along with other dogs. Her best friend is Cassidy. She is ideal for either apartment or house living. She is spayed, fully vaccinated, and microchipped. Emma can be transported anywhere in the US and Canada. She would be a great addiition to anyone's home. ##1501947##
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Mango(I)

Corgi Spitz (Unknown Type, Small)

Female, 1 yr 10 mos
Brooklyn, NY
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
**Current Location: in a foster home in South Korea** Meet Mango :) She was rescued from a high-kill city shelter and was about to be euthanized. However, due to her refusal to be touched by strangers, she underwent a lengthy training program with her foster family and is now doing very well. If you give her enough time and unconditional love, he will become your best friend. With Cats ; She is currently doing well with the cats in her temporary home. She is not aggressive towards cats and ignores them. With Dogs ; She is currently getting along well with the dogs in her foster home. They usually play well together, but there are times when she is shy. With Adults/Kids ; She is shy with people, and is good with people she knows well (she gets treats), but is very cautious with touch. Sudden touch from strangers (adults & kids) can cause her to act defensive (she hasn't bitten yet but acts like she will, or she pees when picked up and held suddenly, or she jumps away), but she will sniff and recognize when approached cautiously. Shedding ; Usually, her coat will increase when winter comes. The fur gets stuck to the fabric rather than shedding. Walking Manner ; She loves to go for walks, in both familiar and new places. Sometimes hesitates to go for a walk in crowded places (but does well in moderate crowds). Housetrained ; She's housebroken and doesn't cause too many problems, but she still chews on wood and plastic items. She goes potty on her pee pad, but much prefers to do her business outdoors. When outdoors, he relieves himself on dirt or grass. Bathing/Brushing ; She takes baths well (though not her favorite). She also likes to be brushed. Separation Anxiety ; She has always lived with other dogs but has no problem when her foster family goes out of town. Bark or Howl ; She barks when she hears strangers outside. She barks when strangers come to visit, but there's no aggression - she doesn't howl. Carsickness ; She gets nervous when riding in the car, so she can get car sick when traveling for long periods. She tolerates it well for about 30 minutes. Her favorite things are a set routine, family, walks, playing in the park, and her favorite treats (tridles, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, cheese, chicken, beef, duck, etc.) Personality ; She is a little timid, cautious, gentle, and good-natured. She loves going for walks with her family, spending time at her favorite park, and just being at home with her family. She also loves walks, parks, and hikes, and at home, she's happy to be in her own space (fluffy or crate) or sit quietly by her family's side.

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Keep Me Warm Doghouses, Inc.

PO Box 260054, Queens, NY 11426

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Social Tees Animal Rescue

443 East 9th St, Manhattan, NY 10009

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15 miles

Social Tees Animal Rescue

443 East 9th St, Manhattan, NY 10009

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15.6 miles

Humane Society of New York

306 East 59th Street, New York, NY 10022

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15.9 miles

Finn's Rescue Ranch and Sanctuary - New York transport

New York, NY 10028

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16.7 miles

3ft.RESCUE - NY Chapter

Brooklyn, NY 11249

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16.7 miles

3ft.RESCUE - NY Chapter

Brooklyn, NY 11249

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17.5 miles

4 Little Paws, Inc.

New York, NY 10027

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20.9 miles

ADOGS(Adopt Dogs) - NJ Transport

Palisades Park, NJ 07650

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ADOGS(Adopt Dogs) - NJ Transport

Palisades Park, NJ 07650

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