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Corgi puppies and dogs in King, Ontario

Looking for a Corgi puppy or dog in King, Ontario? Adopt a Pet can help you find an adorable Corgi near you.

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✨✨ Tess ✨✨

Corgi Jindo

Male, 10 mos
Mississauga, ON
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
*1: Challenging, 5: Great! Good with male adults: 💖💖💖💖 Good with female adults: 💖💖💖💖 (1~5) Good with kids: 💖💖💖💖💖 (1~5) Good with other dogs: 💖💖💖💖 💖(1~5) Good with cats? Unknown (1~5) Character: playful, brave, Vaccination up to date Diet info: Kibbles, Beef, Chicken Rescue Story: Tess's journey began in the face of adversity, as he was raised on a dog meat farm. However, fate smiled upon him, and he was rescued at a tender age alongside his sister, Heidi. This resilient pup now stands before you, ready to embark on a new chapter filled with love, warmth, and the promise of a brighter future. About Him/Her: Tess, a smart and quick learner, has overcome the shadows of his past. In the beginning, he harbored extreme fear, especially when lifted by humans. Yet, with each passing day, he's been conquering those fears and learning to trust again. While he may still be a bit skittish around new faces, his progress is evident, and we believe he will continue to blossom with the right companionship. This incredible boy has a heart of a hero. Tess is not just a dog; he's a protector who goes above and beyond for his family and friends. There's a touching story of his bravery – once, witnessing another dog happily swimming, Tess, thinking his friend was in danger, didn't hesitate. Despite never having learned to swim, he whined with concern and then leaped into the water to save his fellow canine companion. Such courage and compassion make Tess a truly exceptional companion. Affectionate and loving, Tess craves the warmth of human connection. He adores car rides and finds comfort in the companionship of his family. While he enjoys a good wrestle with other dogs, he isn't overly energetic, making him a versatile and adaptable furry friend for various living situations. Tess is in Kitchener awaiting his forever family, where he can shower his future family with loyalty and affection! How to Adopt: If you're ready to open your heart and home to this dog, please visit https://eightpaws.ca and fill out the adoption application. Don't miss out on the opportunity to make this sweet soul a part of your family. Medical Notes 🐾 Overall healthy Click Here to Apply Eight Paws Dog Rescue Eight Paws Instagram Eight Paws at Foster Home
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Dot

Corgi Spitz (Unknown Type, Medium)

Male, 11 mos
Toronto, ON
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Dot will arrive in Toronto's foster home in February. We accept both Canada/US applicants. Meet our charming canine companion! At first glance, he may appear a bit reserved, but don't let that fool you - he warms up quickly once he feels comfortable. He's quite the cuddle bug and happily accepts pets from anyone he trusts. Treats? Oh, he'll gladly take them right from a stranger's hand without hesitation. When it comes to socializing with other dogs, he's the life of the party! Always eager to make new friends and engage in playful antics at the dog park. And guess what? His friendly demeanour extends to our feline friends too. He's a seasoned pro at cohabitating with cats, having lived harmoniously with them for a good chunk of time. In terms of energy levels, he strikes a perfect balance. He's all about outdoor adventures but transforms into a serene couch potato indoors. However, on walks, his excitement sometimes gets the best of him, leading to a bit of pulling. Nevertheless, he's a quick learner and responds well to guidance from his handler. Resource guarding? Not a chance! He's as generous as they come, happily sharing his toys and food with both humans and fellow pets. But beware, he might give a bark or two when strangers come knocking at the door - just his way of announcing their arrival. Ah, squeaky toys - his absolute favourite! His eyes light up at the sound of one, and he'll happily spend hours playing with them. But there's one thing to note: he's a bit of a people pleaser and can struggle with separation anxiety. Early training and patience will be key to helping him feel secure when left alone, as he tends to form strong attachments to his human companions rather quickly. He's a delightful pup with a heart of gold, ready to bring joy and laughter to any loving home.
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Birdle

Corgi Jindo

Male, 3 yrs
Toronto, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
In August of 2022, my story took a turn when I found myself in a city shelter, facing the dreaded euthanasia list. But just when hope seemed dim, a compassionate rescuer spotted me and decided to rescue me! While I may appear a bit shy at first, the magic of treats can work wonders in melting my heart. I warm up quickly, especially to the gentle touch of females. That said, it doesn't mean I'm afraid of males. I haven't had the chance to meet children under 13, but my gentle nature suggests I'd likely get along just fine with them. You'll find it's a breeze to pet me, and you can easily carry me around. When it comes to other dogs, I'm a polite greeter, though I'm not always in the mood for play. I'm quite the diplomat and get along well with dogs of all sizes and ages, preferring to avoid conflicts and disputes. Stray cats catch my attention with their mysterious ways, but when my handler calls, I'm quick to follow, showing my obedient side. Birds, on the other hand, don't pique my interest. My energy level is in the moderate range, making outdoor activities a joy, and indoors, I'm very calm. I'm a pro when it comes to leash-walking, as I don't pull at all. Resources like treats, toys, and attention are meant to be shared, and I don't guard them from people or other dogs. While I'm not much of a barker, I may let out a little warning bark when confronted with really loud noises. I'm at ease in a crate during car rides, though I might experience a touch of car sickness and drool a bit. It's recommended not to feed me right before the journey. I'm adaptable when it comes to potty time, doing my business both indoors on puppy pads and outdoors. I'm a brave and loving soul on a remarkable journey, and I'm ready to be your loyal companion. With patience, treats, and a heart full of love, we can create beautiful memories together. For more videos:https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIsLTtIpe3Jz2t-O_VLD-EmlpYqgb71xN&si=MPDC_N47fvSkiGnm
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Aldo(local)

Corgi Jindo

Male, 2 yrs 1 mo
Toronto, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Aldo is currently in Toronto foster home Aldo's story is one of survival and triumph. At around 5-6 months old, he experienced a severe leg injury, presumably from a trap, leaving his leg in an awkward position. Fortunately, caring individuals provided Aldo with the necessary surgery on August 5, 2022. Afterward, he found solace in a foster home in Korea, and now he eagerly awaits a loving family in Canada or the US. Aldo is a true people-lover, displaying a friendly and affectionate nature. He readily welcomes pets and even enjoys being carried. Presently residing with children under 13 years old, he exhibits exceptional patience and has formed strong bonds with them. Aldo happily offers his belly for delightful belly rubs, showcasing his gentle and trusting demeanor. In social interactions with other dogs, Aldo approaches them with a playful and friendly demeanor, always seeking a good time. However, if faced with aggression from another dog, he remains cautious and may take measures to protect himself and his family. Balancing his moderate energy levels, Aldo appreciates outdoor activities while maintaining a calm demeanor indoors. He is an excellent walker, particularly in quiet environments, but is sensitive to urban sounds, prompting him to seek safety when confronted with loud noises. Despite his awareness of environmental sounds, Aldo is not inclined to excessive barking. Aldo is well-trained in crate use, showcasing his adaptability and discipline. He is a remarkable companion, ready to share his love, companionship, and joyful moments with a new family who will cherish and care for him. Are you the one Aldo has been waiting for? Please apply now! For more videos: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIsLTtIpe3JzWh3PFLtpS9sHfE8JyuhAI&si=9POFK1binukqA4gw
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Pang Gui

Corgi

Female, Adult
Etobicoke, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Love at first woof! Pang is a dog with a big personality, in a small package. With the signature walk and talk of a Corgi - Pang is simply Corgilicious!Pang is a small/medium-sized dog, weighing about 28 lbs. She is a 6 year old Pembroke Corgi. She is spayed, microchipped and up to date on her core vaccinations. Pang was surrendered by her owners after one of the children in the home developed allergies.Pang likes to curl up beside you on the sofa and will stay there for as long as she can, so be sure to have the TV remote in hand because you're not getting up for a while once Pang snuggles in. Fun fact... Corgi's share ancestry with Huskies - which helps explain Pang's vocalization and need to tell you about all the things she hears! Because of this she would be better in a home with no shared walls. She knows her basic commands and on walks, she can pull on her leash and would benefit from some leash manners. Her specific adoption criteria include:- A family willing to do positive reinforcement training to improve her manners on her walk- A family that is home more often than not; her previous owner worked from home and she is not accustomed to being home alone for hours- Would prefer to be the only dog in the family, but we think she may be happy to live with dogs of the same temperament - Good with respectful children aged 5+- No small pets - Daily mental and physical stimulationIf you are interested in learning more about Pang and potentially adopting her please fill in our online adoption application as the first step in our process. The successful applicant will have the opportunity to meet her once pre-approved for adoption. If you have any questions about Pang or our adoption process please contact her adoption coordinator at: emd.ehs@gmail.com

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Rescue

19.3 miles

Eight Paws Dog Rescue - Ontario transport

Mississauga, ON L5P 1B2

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Shelter

20.4 miles

Etobicoke Humane Society

67 Six Point Rd., Etobicoke, ON M8Z 2X3

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Rescue

21 miles

Chenny's Happy Tails-Toronto

Toronto, ON M5V 1N9

Pet Types: dogs

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Rescue

21 miles

Chenny's Happy Tails-Toronto

Toronto, ON M5V 1N9

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Rescue

21 miles

Chenny's Happy Tails-Toronto

Toronto, ON M5V 1N9

Pet Types: dogs

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