Last Updated: February 01, 2003
Penny's rescuer, Dixie writes: "Penny was probably abused before I got her and I will not adopt her to a home with young children. She has come miles since being here. She did't want to be touched when I first got her, but now comes running and rolls on her back for a tummy rub. The vet said her limp was most likely an onld injury, and she manages well on one baby asprin a day. She'll never be an agility Corgi, but she likes to go for walks and she'll make some adult a nice companion. She's a friendly, happy dog, so different from the scared, snappy thing I took off the streets 3 months ago."
CorgiAid was pleased to grant the funds for Penny to be spayed, receive her shots HW test and microchip.