It is no secret that JJC hearts pembroke welsh corgis and that JJC is a proud parent to the world’s cutest sweetest pembroke welsh corgi.
That said, JJC does not endorse puppy mills, backyard breeders, or buying from a breeder when you can rescue a corgi or any other dog in need.
Thus, JJC wants to give a shout out to the Golden Gate Pembroke Welsh Corgi Fanciers Rescue. And, per a JJC twitter follower, a shout out to Hearts United for Animals, a no kill shelter in Nebraska that rescues and brings back to health dogs from across the country.
If you ask me, my husband and I rescued Jane Doe. She was one year old when she came to live with us. She lived with a really nice family, but they had 2 older evil corgis who were very mean to Jane Doe. If you can’t tell, Jane Doe is the cutest sweetest corgi ever. Here is a photo from the first day we met her:
These two older corgis were jealous. So Jane Doe had to live outside in a fenced area while the older corgis lived inside. It was kind of unclear why the woman had Jane Doe but wanted to give her up after less than a year. I believe she wanted to show her at dog shows (I’m telling you, this bitch [Jane Doe] is beautiful) but she is very timid and also has a few defects on her eye. So, she wouldn’t make a good show dog. She has, however, made the best companion we could ask for. We actually call her goody four paws because she is such a good dog. She has a best friend, a 10 year old golden retriever named Lucy Lnu. Lucy Lnu is the sweetest dog in the world after Jane Doe. But, she can be mischievous at times. If Lucy Lnu gets in trouble, Jane Doe will run right up to you as you’re scolding Lucy Lnu as if to say “look at me, I didn’t do anything wrong!” Jane Doe is very innocent.
|Jane Doe and Lucy Lnu Snuggling in their Doggy Hammock on a Road Trip|