2 Welch Corgi's and Italian Greyhound
All three need loving forever home together
After having two kids and other changes in our lives the dogs no longer get love and attention they deserve. We have come to a difficult decisions that they may be better off in a new home. Here is everything you need to know about them good and bad. Zoe...Light colored corgi. 10 years old. health issues. arthritis and hip problems. she takes Tramadol, carprofin and glucosamine. She is pron to bladder stones and is hard of hearing.She is in need of dental care. She is slow to get around and can not do more than one stair. She has had her share of medical problems in the past. (blocked intestine =surgery, 2 bladder stones=surgery, scratched cornia which healed after 6m) Another vet trip was due to a soap they used at the groomers that irritated her skin. Bogle..tri colored corgi is 8. He has had 2 ACL repairs in his hind legs but get around well has had no issues since. He too takes Glucosamine. He also needs dental care. His only bad habit is he is aggressive towards vacuum cleaner and needs to be separated while vacuuming. Tucker the italian Greyhound is also 10. He has only 8 teeth left (had the rest removed due to perio disease) so his diet is supplemented with wet dog food as well as dry. All three are very friendly and have great temperaments. We bought tucker and zoe at the same time and then bogle a few years after...they have never know life with out each other. They all snuggle together at night and have their little "doggy love" sessions daily where they clean each others ears eyes and mouths. To separate them would certainly be tragic!!They have always gotten they're yearly shots/exam. They get advantix in the summer. They are easy keepers with food..eat when they want we just keep the food bowl down. I think that is everything..the good and the bad. Again however I would rather keep them and give what we can rather than see them get separated. THEY MUST STAY TOGETHER!!!
October 27 2012 on Oodle