Last Updated: April 01, 2003
Duke was turned into rescue when his owners were unable to deal with his puppy energy. Like most herding breeds, corgis like to herd kids, too, and his owners weren't prepared to handle his natural instincts. After a long transport from IN to SC, Duke found his foster home at Ken's Corgi Acres. Duke has been neutered, received his check up, microchipped and has had some lessons on walking on a leash, being in his crate, being a good boy in the house, and is a fast learner.
Duke is a healthy young man who is looking for his forever home. If you have experience with corgis or other herding breeds, take a look at Duke at: http://kenscorgiacres.us