Last Updated: November 19, 2003
Gigi was turned in to the shelter and adopted out once. Her adopter brought her back the next day because she "sat in the corner and shook". I picked her up on Halloween so she could come into corgi rescue. A member of Lakeshore went to the shelter and said she was a pb PWC, although poorly bred.
Gi had made great progress learning to trust people. She no longer sits and trembles, but loves to spend time on the couch supervising the situation. She's a very good girl with great house manners and I'm sure there is a special family waiting just for her.
Gigi has been chipped, received a bordatella shot and has been spayed. She is in good health, and recovering from her spay nicely.
CorgiAid supporters helped Gigi get ready to find her forever family by paying for her spay and her bordetella vaccination.