Last Updated: April 19, 2011
Here is Lillibeth's story, in the words of her rescuer:
"Lillibeth was brought to a shelter in SW MO as a stray, no known history. Her first vet visit revealed that she had probably had several litters of pups and her mouth was nasty with several teeth likely needing extraction. She also had a lump on her chest that needed removing, though it was thought to likely be a lipoma. Lilibeth was a very sweet girl from the start, and charmed everyone she met.
"LB got along well with her foster housemates, 2 male corgis and a female corgi mix who ruled the roost. She loved chasing squirrels, patrolling the back yard, and choosing which cozy bed she wanted to sleep on today."
CorgiAid supporters helped Lillibeth get spayed, get a clean and healthy mouth, and get rid of her lump. She also got all shined up on her vaccinations, parasite tests, etc. Thank you for helping Lillibeth get healthy!
Lillibeth was rescued in Missouri.
This dog is not available for adoption.