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Katie Jo: Granted July 10, 2003


The Story of Katie Jo

Last Updated: July 10, 2003

Katie Jo, a corgi mix puppy about 9 or 10 weeks old, was found wandering down a busy road in Kingsport, TN all by herself. A man brought her to a vet and asked them to find her a good home. Katie Jo has a wonderful understanding of dog language. She mingled with dozens of corgis and humans during the weekend of the Tennysea Corgi Picnic and got along with everyone...even Barney.
Katie Jo is a very smart girl. She learned to use the doggy door and sit for a cookie while being fostered. She was the best adjusted puppy anyone at the picnic had ever seen. She was even housebroken.
CorgiAid bought Katie Jo a microchip, so she can never be misplaced again, and paid for Katie Jo's first shots and worm medicine.
Katie Jo has been adopted by a family in TN. Her new human parents are both attorneys who work with elderly clients, and they take Katie Jo and her corgi brother Bogey to work with them. Katie's new name is Bailey, and she stays busy greeting her parents' clients and snuggling with them. What a lucky girl!

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