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Wyoming Dachshund and Corgi Rescue Last updated Dec 3, 2016
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Rescue Me ID: 16-11-23-00237Maya (female)

Corgi Mix    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Low Energy, Submissive 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current, Fearful/Anxious 

    Maya is almost 2 years old. We believe her to be a Corgi or Swedish Vallhund mix. She came to us from a San Antonio shelter. When her foster went to pick her up, we were surprised to see she had had 3 puppies the night before. All of her adorable puppies have been adopted but now it's Mama Maya's turn to find her owner perfect forever. She is very shy and timid when faced with new people or situations but she has come a long way in the past three months! She will now approach for attention and is very affectionate. She does fine with other dogs but can seem nervous upon first meeting them. Maya was also fairly underweight after she ... (Read More)had her puppies but is now at her ideal weight even though she does love to eat. Maya needs someone who can be patient with her and let her come to them. She's fine with older children who are respectful of giving her space. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $250 Animal Location:

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Rescue Me ID: 16-11-17-00323Eavee (female)

Corgi Mix    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good w/ Male Dogs Only, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Somewhat Dominant 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    This sweet, silly 1 %BD%BD year-old corgi/shiba inu mix will make a loyal lap-warmer for someone out there. With her large corgi feet and ears on her small, fox-like frame, she's one of the cutest dogs we've seen. Her coat has lovely shades of red and she sheds very little compared to full-blooded corgis. Eevee loves playing with stuffed toys, chewing on them and pouncing and batting them around like a cat! Her shiba inu side comes out in her strong prey drive- she loves to hunt for rats and chase squirrels- so she must be in a secure yard or on a leash at all times. She shows her corgi side when she rolls over for belly rubs or wants ... (Read More)to cuddle with you on the couch. She is good on a leash and she likes to play fetch. She's great with babies and with young kids. She's slow to warm up to new people, but once she does, she remembers them and goes in for pets. She has a tendency to bark and growl when strangers come to the door or walk up to me when she's on a leash. She sometimes barks at other dogs when she's on a leash, as well. She's generally ok with other dogs, but she likes to be in charge. She would probably be best as an only dog or with a very calm, submissive male dog. (She lives with a neurotic sheltie right now and there's a lot of bickering.) We've seen her around 3 cats and she's been ok so far, but we can't confirm how she'd do in a house with one. She came in as a stray, but she's a smart girl and her manners are quickly improving. She comes when called (when not hunting for mice) and is getting better with her sit-stay. She is mostly housebroken, but still has accidents from time to time. Keeping her on a schedule helps a lot. She is used to a crate, but doesn't love it. She goes in it without much trouble and complains for a while, but calms down quickly if the house is quiet. If you're home, she'll bark and cry to be let out. In general, she's not terribly barky, but she does have a loud voice and isn't afraid to use it. She respects an owner who provides boundaries because she's a very smart, somewhat strong-willed little dog. If you use intimidation as a training method, though, this isn't the dog for you. She came to us very fearful and, although terribly shy at first, she has blossomed into a wonderful, loving little dog. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $300 Animal Location:

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