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Rescue Me ID: 15-07-29-00295Mickey (male)

Corgi Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Very Submissive 
Health: Needs to be Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Mickey is a 2 y/o Wire haired Terrier/Corgi mix. He is loving, affectionate, house trained, leash trained and a love bug. He will be neutered and microchipped before adoption. He is on heartworm preventative. (has an allergy to fleas)

 Adoption Fee: $175 Animal Location:

Friends of Shelter Animals Rescue & Sanctuary
Lancaster County Lancaster, SC 29720 MAP IT!

803-572_4482 Rescue Number;
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Rescue Me ID: 15-07-05-00423Pirogue (male)

Corgi Mix    Age: Young Puppy

Compatibility: Good with Female Dogs Only, Good with Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Average Energy, Somewhat Dominant 
Health: Needs to be Neutered, Vaccinations Current, Abused/Neglected,
 Aggressive, Fearful/Anxious 

    Updated 23 hours ago Pirogue - (pronounced Pee-row) Florence, SC. - I found, caught & Rescued a dog (Chihuahua/Corgi Mix) that was dropped off near my home - NEEDS A LOVING HOME AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Must have worked with mistreated and abused dogs and know how to handle and treat them. I am only asking for a re-home fee for reimbursement of his vet bill and preventatives of $250.00 Right now we are calling him Pirogue (Pee-row) we have tried several names and this is the one he seems to like and responds to . He is courageous and wont back down even when scared. He has some major trust issues and you will ... (Read More)have to win his trust. He does not like anyone one he does not know to approach him and especially approach him with something in their hand. It took us about a week and a half to where he trust us and knows we are not going to hurt him. We have had him now almost a month and he has turned out to be the most funny, sweetest, loving, playful and adorable pup that I have ever seen. He will let me or John do pretty much anything to him now except trim his nails. He will need a lot of TLC and understanding for him to understand you are boss and that whatever you are doing to him is for his good and not harm. I don't know what he has been through as far as being abused or beat with things. I do know he does not and will not let someone he does not know approach him with anything in their hands. When I took him to the vet yesterday they were going to scan him for a microchip and I had to scan him. He would not let the tech get near him with it. Then they brought me a small muzzle to which I had to put on him. And for him to be so small and weighed in only at 15 pounds it took 3 of us to clip his nails. But he 'can' be bribed with food. They laugh at him so hard yesterday said he was just a 'little man' and after all was said and done he took and ate treats from their hands. Like OK, Just keep the treats coming. That's all I want to see in your hand is food. As long as that is ONLY food in your hands you can be my friend and come close'. I took him to the vet yesterday and had him checked out and He is now completely fully vetted and up to date on all vaccinations & shots. He was negative for any and all internal parasites and is heartworm free. I have started him today on Heartworm & flea & tick preventatives. So he is good for the next 6 months and will need to then get more preventatives. The vet did confirm that he looked to be about only a year old and looked to be Corgi/Chihuahua mix. So he should be able to re-socialize and train to be more trusting with a lot of TLC and patience very easily. He has not been fixed but does seem to be house broke and no marking of territory. He has had only a few poop accidents in the house mostly right after he eats and I didn't take him out soon enough. Don't know if because of not having regular food or meals for so long and his digestive system is having to get regulated again but will just need to make sure to take him out fairly soon after he eats. He does well on a leash. He and my corgi Savanna great along great and plays very well together. No fighting so that is a good sign he may do ok with another similar in size. But I would not suggest a home with small children because to the trust issues of him being afraid of being hurt if a child was to grab at him wrong or grab at his tail. He has free roam of house when we are gone or go to bed and he does really good. He loves to snuggle and sit in your lap and would LOVE to sleep with someone. When we go to bed, he wans to get in bed with us. He rears up on side of bed and made these really funny little whinny yip sounds. After ignoring, he will go back into the living room where my Savanna sleeps and will either get on the other end of the couch where Savanna sleeps or on the loveseat or in Savanna's bed under the end table just outside our bedroom and stayed there all night. He wants to be loved does his best to pleasr you and make you laugh. When you have been gone for a while and come home he will greet you with sooo much excitement that he will run and grab a toy from the floor and just run back and forth with it and 'hop' across the couch with acting sooo funny he will make you laugh. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $200.00 Animal Location:

Florence County Florence, SC MAP IT!

Miriam Carnell 843-662-4101

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Animal ID: 15-07-03-00627Riggs (male)

Corgi Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Vaccinations Current 

    Meet Riggs! He is a wonderful little guy that is always happy and smiling. He would be a wonderful addition to a any family. Riggs has an awesome personality and is so ready for someone to love him forever. He and his brother Snookie came into rescue together and both are sweet and oh so handsome. They are current on vaccines, neutered, heart worm negative, microchipped and are crate trained. These boys are 2 years old and weigh about 13 pounds. Ready for some puppy love? Please visit us on Facebook for more pictures and videos of our rescue dogs.

 Adoption Fee: $200 Animal Location:

Kershaw County South Carolina

Raintree Jacks

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Rescue Me ID: 15-05-03-00067Trouble (male)

Corgi Mix    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Not Good with Other Dogs, Good with Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Low Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current, Fearful/Anxious 

    40 llbs short legs stocky is affectionate towards his care taker loves walks hates little dogs who bark in his face is very food aggressive

 Adoption Fee: $150 Animal Location:

Dillon County Lake View, SC MAP IT!

Kim Taylor 8435061850

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Corgi in South Carolina
    Corgi Dogs can make good pets in South Carolina if they match your IifestyIe. The Welsh Corgi comprises two distinct breeds, the Cardigan Welsh Corgi, which is the larger of the two, and the Pembroke Welsh Corgi, which is more common. Welsh Corgis are some of the healthiest herding dogs out there. Pembroke Welsh Corgis are smart, devoted, and obedient dogs. Pembroke Welsh Corgis are great with good children. Corgis are good guard dogs and can become overprotective unless they are thoroughly socialized as puppies. Corgis are active and energetic and need to be taken on long walks. Corgis can adapt well to apartment life with enough daily exercise.

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    Queen Elizabeth II always owns at least four Welsh Corgis and currently owns five. Corgis will fight to the death to defend their homes and families. Pembroke Welsh Corgis have an almost nonexistent tail. The first Welsh Corgi belonging to Queen Elizabeth II was named Susan.

Related pages:

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South Carolina Animal Rescue
(Sorted by Zip Code.)

Richland County - Columbia, South Carolina 29209
Humane Society 803-783-1267

Spartanburg County - Spartanburg, SC 29305
Animal Allies 864-576-6971

Charleston County - Charleston, South Carolina 29407
John Ancrum SPCA Spay/Neuter Clinic 843-556-7729

Charleston County - Charleston, SC 29412
Pet Helpers 843-795-1110

Berkeley County - Goose Creek 29445
Doc Williams SPCA Spay/Neuter Clinic 843-572-2144

Charleston Tri-County - Goose Creek 29445
Berkeley County PAWS 843-207-PAWS

Charleston County - Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
Feline Refuge 803-884-1874

Florence County - Florence, SC 29501
Spay Neuter Intervention of Pee Dee 843-407-7981

Horry County - North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29582
Humane Society of N. Myrtle Beach 843-249-4948

Anderson County - Anderson, SC 29622
Anderson County Humane Society 864-225-9855

Greenwood County - Greenwood, SC 29649
Humane Society of Greenwood 864-223-2498

Greenville County - Simpsonville, South Carolina 29681
Concerned Citizens for Animals 864-243-4222

Aiken County - Aiken, South Carolina 29801
Aiken SPCA 803-648-6863

Aiken County - North Augusta, SC 29841
CSRA Life Saver 803-215-0559

Beaufort County - Burton 29903
Palmetto Animal League 843-522-4499

Beaufort County - Hilton Head Island, South Carolina 29926
Hilton Head Humane Association 843-681-8686

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