Last Updated: November 01, 2009
Here is Harvey's story, in the words of his rescuer:
"Harvey was found in a rural area near Auburn, California. He was roaming free with another female corgi. No one knew the dogs, they had no collar, tattoo or microchip. They were turned into the local pound, and when their time was "up" they were released to rescue.
"Both Harvey and Lena (the other dog) have exceptionally nice temperaments. Harvey is happy, affectionate, good natured, and appear to get along with all people, other dogs, and even cats, without any issues.
"Harvey needed to be neutered, and have imbedded foxtails removed. He also needed treatment for a very bad nasal/sinus issue. He has a great temperament, and even when the area around the foxtails was treated, (he was infected and bleeding), he behaved like a perfect gentleman."
What a good boy!
CorgiAid supporters will help Harvey get healthy, so he can live the happy life he deserves. Thank you!
This dog is not available for adoption.