|Wrangler: Granted 8/10/2014|
|The Story of Wrangler|
Last Updated: August 10, 2014
Rescuer: Jennifer Roundtree at email@example.com
Here is Wrangler’s story, in the words of his rescuer:
“Wrangler came to me as part of a father/son pair after their owner passed away. The adult children inherited the dogs, but found they could not deal with unneutered male dogs. They said they could not afford to neuter them, and did not want to keep them. After attempting to place the dogs for a couple months, they were taking them to the county shelter. Unfortunately, this is a kill facility as Elko County is rural and does not have the funding to operate a no-kill shelter. I was contacted by a mutual acquaintance who is aware of my association with dog showing and possible rescue contacts. Since there are very few resources available in this region, I agreed to take the dogs rather than have them go to the shelter.
“Wrangler is delighted to have human attention.
“Wrangler has had some basic training in his life. He knows the command to sit, and to “kennel up” (though he is not particularly happy about that last one).”
Wrangler hadn’t had any medical care in a while. CorgiAid supporters have helped him get up to speed on his medical care. Thank you! He’s only three — he has a long and happy life ahead of him.
Wrangler was rescued in Nevada.
This dog is not available for adoption.