Last Updated: August 03, 2015
Here is Gus's story, in the words of his rescuer:
"Gus was given over to rescue after babies started arriving in the family. He was uncomfortable with toddlers, and it was determined he would be better in an toddler free environment. We have seen no indication of any sort of aggressive or problem from Gus at all. His owners did not keep up with his regular vet care and he needed his vaccinations, heartworm tests and all the regular things, plus treatment for an ear infection and urinary tract infection. He also has a bit of arthritis, which might be why he was uncomfortable around a wobbly toddler."
CorgiAid supporters have helped Gus get shined up on his health care, so he can go forward into the next happy chapter of his life. Thank you!
Gus was rescued in Oklahoma.