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Princess Ann: Granted October 16, 2011


The Story of Princess Ann

Last Updated: October 16, 2011

Rescuer: B. Diane Myers at

Here is Princess Ann's story, in the words of her rescuer:
"Princess Ann has been sitting in a high kill shelter, in a very small Oklahoma town, for about 3 weeks because she was too sweet to put down. The AC didn't think she was corgi because she was "too skinny to be a corgi." My guess is that she probably isn't purebred, those legs are awfully long. She's definitely underweight, and could stand to gain a pound or two. She's been tested for everything, and thankfully no health issues. She just needs her spay and the regular tests.
"She's very sweet.
"Her favorite thing is to come running up and jump in your arms. She'd made a great agility dog... at least she has a great agility course ending trick."
CorgiAid supporters have helped Princess Ann get spayed, and generally all shined up on her health tests and vaccinations, so she can go forward and live the happy life she deserves. Thank you!
Princess Ann was rescued in Oklahoma.

This dog is available for adoption. Please contact B. Diane Myers at for more information.

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