Wally
Name: Wally
Age: 3 years
Gender: Male
Breed: Corgi
Weight: 23lbs
Dogs: Good with dogs
Cats: Good with cats
Kids: Good with kids
Housebroken: Yes
Crate trained: Ok in kennel
Leash: Ok on leash
Brief Bio:

Wally is an adorable boy who was rescued in horrific shape when he was abandoned at a high kill shelter by the breeding farm that had him. Wally was emaciated and suffering from secondary skin infection and demodex mange. Just by looking at Wally we could tell that his life was all but wonderful before he found his way to the shelter. Wally not only suffered from neglect but he also had his vocal cords cut when he young. Poor Wally never showed any sadness or fear when he met people, he is always the first to greet you with a wiggly happy stubby tail wag. We are very happy this wonderful boy made it out and is now in a loving home. Thank you for all our amazing supports who gives us the opportunity to rescue dogs like Wally!

ADOPTED!

We are in DOG-HEAVEN!!!

Wall-e slept on the way home and then played, played, and played. He and Jack are an incredible dynamic duo. Wall-e is outgoing and a curious; Jack is shy and cautious but he follow Wall-e everywhere and they play outside like there is no tomorrow. They were running and jumping and in general having a grand old time.

I would like to formally say that I want to keep Wall-e. We were fairly sure right off the bat that he was going to fit into the family dynamics—he helps Jack be more independent and outgoing. He and Taboo, my older alpha female, have an understanding of who’s boss and which areas are off-bounds. Even my husband seems to have found a small spot in his heart for Wall-e.

Wall-e has become more and more relaxed throughout the week. He is sleeping on his day bed and in his crate with his whole body up-side down and relaxed. He plays with Jack inside and out, and enjoys the yard and his walks so much. We are starting to see him “fly” around the yard and house in what we called the “Tally-Ho”. (Our other Corgi’s did it too….) Today, I left Wall-e with my husband and daughter while I took my car to the repair shop. When I came home, he hadn’t seen me, but when I spoke, he ran and twirled and jumped in delight. It was such a demonstration of love. Sincerely, Denice.

How to help?

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