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State: {Applicant State:2} Date of Application: 07/11/2020 Referred by: Other
First name: {First Name:98} Last name: {Last Name:97} First name 2: {First Name 2:94} Last name 2: {Last Name 2:93}
Street: {Street Address:3}
City: {City:4} State: {State:5} Zip: {Zip:6}

Ages interested in:
1 year – 3 years, 3 years – 5 years
Gender preferred:
Either a Male or a Female
Color preferred:
Any color
Activity level:
Couch Potato, Outgoing, Quiet, Playful

Other preferences:
A dog that can get along with others would be a plus, as both of our parents have dogs in their home and, ideally, we would be able to allow a potential pembroke and them to interact.

Previous dog owner?
Yes
 
Dog 1
 
Dog 1 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):24}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:25}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:26}
 
Where is this dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):37}
  Dog 2
 
Dog 2 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):30}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:33}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:35}
 
Where is the dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):39}
  Dog 3
 
Dog 3 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):29}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:32}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:36}
 
Where is dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):27}
  Dog 4
 
Dog 4 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):28}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:31}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:34}
Where is this dog now? {Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):38}

Who is this dog for?

We have been looking for several months for a corgi for ourselves (Lucas and Madeleine)

Why do you want a Pembroke?
Lucas had a corgi in the past as a family pet, and loved the general temperament of the breed. In addition to this, we would currently like to have a slightly smaller dog with some of the qualities of a slightly larger breed.

Additionally, I (Madeleine) had herding dogs throughout my life at my parent's home. This quality is a delight to watch, and we would love to see this personality in a dog on the smaller side. We do not have animals we intend to herd, but there is some fun with dogs with this quality.

We have researched the breed extensively and been searching for a dog that would fit us (and them) for quite some time, and we repeatedly have come to the conclusion that a pembroke and its personality would be a good fit for our lifestyle.


Activities planned with Pembroke:
We live very close to a park, and would love to be able to have a dog we could take with us to walk and play fetch.

Additionally, though, we would like a dog that can also relax at times and just sit on the couch with us while we watch a movie.


Aware that Pembrokes are busy, noisy dogs?
Yes

Money for basic care?

Yes

Money for unforeseen medical expenses?
Yes

Willing to house train?
Yes
Willing to do formal training? Yes

Do you have a veterinarian?

No

Vet contact info:
{If yes, please provide contact information including the vet’s name, clinic name, street address, city, state, zip, and phone. Also include the website if there is one.:52}

Will handle mistakes Pembroke makes like this:
From experience training corgis and Australian shepherds in the past, I have learned that positive reinforcement is frequently more effective than punishment. For minor issues, I have usually had good luck with a "leave it" command, essentially refocusing the dogs attention onto me and preventing further mistakes. I have also had success with "No More," which has been used generally but is usually related to barking.

Discipline:
Both Lucas and myself are strong believers in positive reinforcement. As I said, the "no more" command has worked well for acute problems in the past, but generally, we have found that we have better behaved dogs when we reward their positive behavior instead of focusing on the negative.


Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time:
Our pembroke would spend most of their time indoors in our apartment as we are frequently be able to be home for work. If this were to change, we would prefer to not crate a dog and would look into daycare options as to avoid this or, if possible, allow the dog to remain in the home.

Discipline:
Both Lucas and myself are strong believers in positive reinforcement. As I said, the "no more" command has worked well for acute problems in the past, but generally, we have found that we have better behaved dogs when we reward their positive behavior instead of focusing on the negative.
Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time: Our pembroke would spend most of their time indoors in our apartment as we are frequently be able to be home for work. If this were to change, we would prefer to not crate a dog and would look into daycare options as to avoid this or, if possible, allow the dog to remain in the home.

House dog or outside dog?

House dog

People at home during the day?
We have options to work from home but generally, we have the ability to leave work during differing lunch breaks (we live 5 minutes from work) to help with daily care.

Where would dog eat?
Our corgi would eat in a designated area, probably within our kitchen area .

Where would dog sleep:
This would largely depend on the needs of the dog and their own personality. We are open to possibilities of crating at night, having a dog bed, or honestly letting them sleep with us.

Play & exercise:
Lucas and I go on daily walks already, so adding a corgi to our walks would be a delight. We usually walk about two miles.
Additionally, there is a park across the street where we could take a corgi for additional exercise.

How will you exercise your dog?
On leash

Fenced yard?

No, I don’t have a fenced in yard.

Willing to pick up dog waste?
Yes, I will clean up after my dog.

Willing to use a crate?

Living arrangements:
Rent/lease home

Landlord info:
{If you rent/lease your home, please list the name, telephone number and email address of your landlord. State “Not Applicable” if you own your own home.:67}

May we contact your landlord?
Yes, you may contact my landlord.

Lease allow dogs:
Yes, my lease permits dogs.

Landlord permission:
No, my landlord has not given me permission to adopt a Pembroke

Restrictive covenants?
No, the condo covenants do not prevent me from having a dog.

Breed/size restrictions?
Yes

Description of yard:

N/A

Household members:
{Describe all the people who live in your home, include names, ages and interests. For example, Mary Smith, 29, Enjoys cooking, dog training, gardening and running.:75}

Everyone in household agrees about adopting a corgi?
Yes, everyone agrees and wants to adopt a Pembroke Welsh Corgi.

May we do a home visit?

Yes, I will allow LPWCR representatives to inspect my home prior to allowing me to adopt a Pembroke.

Who will be responsible for the adopted corgi’s care?
Madeleine Alaine Glogas

Willing to train children?
We do not have children

Any allergies?

No one is allergic.

Current pets:

{Please list and describe all of the pets that currently live in your home, including the name, type, age, sex and whether it is neutered. For example, Lenny, komodo dragon, 3 years old, not neutered.:80}

Current pets dog friendly?


Are you willing to work on it if your new dog doesn’t get along with your current pets right away?
N/A

Lifetime commitment to Pembroke?

Yes, I am willing to commit to this dog for the rest of its life.

Return to Lakeshore if unable to care for Pembroke?
Yes, I will only surrender my adopted corgi to LPWCR if I am unable to care for it.

Understand no guarantees?

Yes, I understand that there are no guarantees regarding the condition, health, behavior or personality of the Pembroke I adopt.

Carefully considered the pluses and minuses of adopting a pet?
Yes, I have carefully thought out my decision to adopt a Pembroke and am willing to deal with the consequences.

Personal references:
{Personal References. Please list two people who know your family well, but who are not related to you (No moms, grandmas, sisters, etc) who will attest to the fact that you are a responsible, dedicated pet owner. Include the name of the person, their phone number(s), email and relationship you have with that person. For example, Mary Smith, 123-343-4444, 123-333-5767, marys@gmail.com, friend.:87}

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State: {Applicant State:2} Date of Application: 07/10/2020 Referred by: Website
First name: {First Name:98} Last name: {Last Name:97} First name 2: {First Name 2:94} Last name 2: {Last Name 2:93}
Street: {Street Address:3}
City: {City:4} State: {State:5} Zip: {Zip:6}

Ages interested in:
0 months – 1 year (we rarely get dogs in this age group), 1 year – 3 years
Gender preferred:
Male
Color preferred:
Any color
Activity level:
Outgoing, Playful, Energetic

Other preferences:
Living in an apartment

Previous dog owner?
Yes
 
Dog 1
 
Dog 1 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):24}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:25}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:26}
 
Where is this dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):37}
  Dog 2
 
Dog 2 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):30}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:33}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:35}
 
Where is the dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):39}
  Dog 3
 
Dog 3 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):29}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:32}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:36}
 
Where is dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):27}
  Dog 4
 
Dog 4 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):28}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:31}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:34}
Where is this dog now? {Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):38}

Who is this dog for?

Myself

Why do you want a Pembroke?
I used to have a Pembroke Welsh Corgi and I miss him dearly. Unfortunately, when me and his mom split, she retained control of the dog (I was deployed when we separated and I didn’t want to be some stranger taking him away from his mom). I now want to finally adopt a corgi and have a dog again, specifically a PW Corgi.

Activities planned with Pembroke:
I live right near some lakes, for sure go on walks all the time! I’m next to the Greenway as well. Definitely go on camping trip and adventures together and some night relax at home with a bone and some treats!

Aware that Pembrokes are busy, noisy dogs?
Yes

Money for basic care?

Yes

Money for unforeseen medical expenses?
Yes

Willing to house train?
Yes
Willing to do formal training? Yes

Do you have a veterinarian?

No

Vet contact info:
{If yes, please provide contact information including the vet’s name, clinic name, street address, city, state, zip, and phone. Also include the website if there is one.:52}

Will handle mistakes Pembroke makes like this:
Clear and concise commands, in a non threatening tone. A clear “No”. Also, positive reinforcements when they do not make the mistake again.

Discipline:
I usually use a spray bottle and using a stern voice. I try to focus more on the positive reinforcement measure, but if needed, I’ll use the spray bottle as a harmless way to deter bad behavior.


Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time:
Between my apartment and outdoors. Definitely want to introduce him to other humans and fellow dogs at dog parks!

Discipline:
I usually use a spray bottle and using a stern voice. I try to focus more on the positive reinforcement measure, but if needed, I’ll use the spray bottle as a harmless way to deter bad behavior.
Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time: Between my apartment and outdoors. Definitely want to introduce him to other humans and fellow dogs at dog parks!

House dog or outside dog?

House dog

People at home during the day?
Yes, I work remotely currently

Where would dog eat?
Near the kitchen with me

Where would dog sleep:
Either a kennel or in bed with me. As he is house trained, it will likely end up being in bed or in his own bed next to mine.

Play & exercise:
I enjoy getting outdoors as much as possible, so a lot of walks! There’s the Lake of the Isles dog park near me that we will be frequent visitors to!

How will you exercise your dog?
On leash

Fenced yard?

No, I don’t have a fenced in yard.

Willing to pick up dog waste?
Yes, I will clean up after my dog.

Willing to use a crate?

Living arrangements:
Rent/lease home

Landlord info:
{If you rent/lease your home, please list the name, telephone number and email address of your landlord. State “Not Applicable” if you own your own home.:67}

May we contact your landlord?
Yes, you may contact my landlord.

Lease allow dogs:
Yes, my lease permits dogs.

Landlord permission:
Yes, my landlord is fine with me owning a Pembroke

Restrictive covenants?
Not applicable

Breed/size restrictions?
Yes

Description of yard:

N/A

Household members:
{Describe all the people who live in your home, include names, ages and interests. For example, Mary Smith, 29, Enjoys cooking, dog training, gardening and running.:75}

Everyone in household agrees about adopting a corgi?
Yes, everyone agrees and wants to adopt a Pembroke Welsh Corgi.

May we do a home visit?

Yes, I will allow LPWCR representatives to inspect my home prior to allowing me to adopt a Pembroke.

Who will be responsible for the adopted corgi’s care?
Daniel Thompson

Willing to train children?
N/A

Any allergies?

No one is allergic.

Current pets:

{Please list and describe all of the pets that currently live in your home, including the name, type, age, sex and whether it is neutered. For example, Lenny, komodo dragon, 3 years old, not neutered.:80}

Current pets dog friendly?

Yes, all of our current pets are friendly toward dogs.

Are you willing to work on it if your new dog doesn’t get along with your current pets right away?
Yes

Lifetime commitment to Pembroke?

Yes, I am willing to commit to this dog for the rest of its life.

Return to Lakeshore if unable to care for Pembroke?
Yes, I will only surrender my adopted corgi to LPWCR if I am unable to care for it.

Understand no guarantees?

Yes, I understand that there are no guarantees regarding the condition, health, behavior or personality of the Pembroke I adopt.

Carefully considered the pluses and minuses of adopting a pet?
Yes, I have carefully thought out my decision to adopt a Pembroke and am willing to deal with the consequences.

Personal references:
{Personal References. Please list two people who know your family well, but who are not related to you (No moms, grandmas, sisters, etc) who will attest to the fact that you are a responsible, dedicated pet owner. Include the name of the person, their phone number(s), email and relationship you have with that person. For example, Mary Smith, 123-343-4444, 123-333-5767, marys@gmail.com, friend.:87}

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State: {Applicant State:2} Date of Application: 07/10/2020 Referred by: Other
First name: {First Name:98} Last name: {Last Name:97} First name 2: {First Name 2:94} Last name 2: {Last Name 2:93}
Street: {Street Address:3}
City: {City:4} State: {State:5} Zip: {Zip:6}

Ages interested in:
0 months – 1 year (we rarely get dogs in this age group), 1 year – 3 years, 3 years – 5 years
Gender preferred:
Either a Male or a Female
Color preferred:
Any color
Activity level:
Couch Potato, Outgoing, Playful

Other preferences:
We have two boys – a 7 year old pit bull who is calm, lovable and playful and a 3 year old chow/lab mix who is a energetic, playful and a bit skittish. We'd like to make sure a third dog would fit well with the two.

Previous dog owner?
Yes
 
Dog 1
 
Dog 1 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):24}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:25}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:26}
 
Where is this dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):37}
  Dog 2
 
Dog 2 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):30}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:33}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:35}
 
Where is the dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):39}
  Dog 3
 
Dog 3 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):29}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:32}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:36}
 
Where is dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):27}
  Dog 4
 
Dog 4 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):28}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:31}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:34}
Where is this dog now? {Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):38}

Who is this dog for?

Lauren and Andrew

Why do you want a Pembroke?
We love the character, attitude and pure tenacity of the breed. We accidentally stumbled upon corgi ownership when we adopted a (very large) dachshund several years ago, and absolutely adored her. With that, we also understand the physical needs of a long and low breed along with how to best train a spirited, curious breed.

Activities planned with Pembroke:
We are looking for another member of our home, so they would join us for daily walks, hikes, and car rides to local parks and trails. We'd love for the corgi to have a bit of energy to participate but be open to relaxing with us at night.

Aware that Pembrokes are busy, noisy dogs?
Yes

Money for basic care?

Yes

Money for unforeseen medical expenses?
Yes

Willing to house train?
Yes
Willing to do formal training? Yes

Do you have a veterinarian?

Yes

Vet contact info:
{If yes, please provide contact information including the vet’s name, clinic name, street address, city, state, zip, and phone. Also include the website if there is one.:52}

Will handle mistakes Pembroke makes like this:
Depends on the timeframe from which we catch the error. If immediate, we either use positive reinforcement of a good behavior or redirect attention to a positive behavior. If time has lapsed significantly (e.g. an accident in the house), we do not address, understanding that the dog has since moved on.

Discipline:
We prefer positive reinforcement of good behavior or redirecting behavior that isn't preferrable.


Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time:
In our home. Andrew is a freelance photographer who runs his businesses out of our home.

Discipline:
We prefer positive reinforcement of good behavior or redirecting behavior that isn't preferrable.
Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time: In our home. Andrew is a freelance photographer who runs his businesses out of our home.

House dog or outside dog?

House dog

People at home during the day?
Yes.

Where would dog eat?
In the kitchen.

Where would dog sleep:
In our bedroom.

Play & exercise:
Frequently. We have two boys who love to play, and we go on daily walks. We also like to take a longer trip to a park or hiking trail once a week.

How will you exercise your dog?
Both on leash and restrained to the yard

Fenced yard?

No, I don’t have a fenced in yard.

Willing to pick up dog waste?
Yes, I will clean up after my dog.

Willing to use a crate?

Living arrangements:
Own home

Landlord info:
{If you rent/lease your home, please list the name, telephone number and email address of your landlord. State “Not Applicable” if you own your own home.:67}

May we contact your landlord?

Lease allow dogs:

Landlord permission:

Restrictive covenants?
Not applicable

Breed/size restrictions?
No

Description of yard:

We have sizable front yard but keep our boys in the back. It's grassy and overlooks a forest-like area. We also have a large cement patio. We keep the dogs on a long lead staked to the ground.

Household members:
{Describe all the people who live in your home, include names, ages and interests. For example, Mary Smith, 29, Enjoys cooking, dog training, gardening and running.:75}

Everyone in household agrees about adopting a corgi?
Yes, everyone agrees and wants to adopt a Pembroke Welsh Corgi.

May we do a home visit?

Yes, I will allow LPWCR representatives to inspect my home prior to allowing me to adopt a Pembroke.

Who will be responsible for the adopted corgi’s care?
Andrew & Lauren

Willing to train children?
Yes

Any allergies?

No one is allergic.

Current pets:

{Please list and describe all of the pets that currently live in your home, including the name, type, age, sex and whether it is neutered. For example, Lenny, komodo dragon, 3 years old, not neutered.:80}

Current pets dog friendly?

Yes, all of our current pets are friendly toward dogs.

Are you willing to work on it if your new dog doesn’t get along with your current pets right away?
yes

Lifetime commitment to Pembroke?

Yes, I am willing to commit to this dog for the rest of its life.

Return to Lakeshore if unable to care for Pembroke?
Yes, I will only surrender my adopted corgi to LPWCR if I am unable to care for it.

Understand no guarantees?

Yes, I understand that there are no guarantees regarding the condition, health, behavior or personality of the Pembroke I adopt.

Carefully considered the pluses and minuses of adopting a pet?
Yes, I have carefully thought out my decision to adopt a Pembroke and am willing to deal with the consequences.

Personal references:
{Personal References. Please list two people who know your family well, but who are not related to you (No moms, grandmas, sisters, etc) who will attest to the fact that you are a responsible, dedicated pet owner. Include the name of the person, their phone number(s), email and relationship you have with that person. For example, Mary Smith, 123-343-4444, 123-333-5767, marys@gmail.com, friend.:87}

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State: {Applicant State:2} Date of Application: 07/10/2020 Referred by: Website
First name: {First Name:98} Last name: {Last Name:97} First name 2: {First Name 2:94} Last name 2: {Last Name 2:93}
Street: {Street Address:3}
City: {City:4} State: {State:5} Zip: {Zip:6}

Ages interested in:
0 months – 1 year (we rarely get dogs in this age group), 1 year – 3 years, 3 years – 5 years
Gender preferred:
Either a Male or a Female
Color preferred:
Any color
Activity level:
Couch Potato, Outgoing, Quiet, Playful, Energetic, Very Active

Other preferences:

Previous dog owner?
Yes
 
Dog 1
 
Dog 1 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):24}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:25}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:26}
 
Where is this dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):37}
  Dog 2
 
Dog 2 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):30}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:33}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:35}
 
Where is the dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):39}
  Dog 3
 
Dog 3 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):29}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:32}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:36}
 
Where is dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):27}
  Dog 4
 
Dog 4 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):28}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:31}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:34}
Where is this dog now? {Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):38}

Who is this dog for?

The Pembroke Corgi would be for us. We would love to adopt another corgi whom we can treat like our own child and would be a good playmate/ sibling to our own 1yr & 8 mos. Pembroke Welsh Corgi (Reeses).

Why do you want a Pembroke?
Before we adopted our 1st Pembroke Welsh Corgi (he's still with us), we made a research and we were highly interested in the specific breed. Ever since we got our corgi (Reeses) we fell in love even more and since we have no children yet, we treat him as our own child. We would love to adopt another one to share our love, care, home and on a plus side, a playmate/sibling for our corgi.

Activities planned with Pembroke:
We personally play (fetch with a ball or frisbee), chasing game, have long walks and just run around our backyard with our corgi (and other dogs as well).

Aware that Pembrokes are busy, noisy dogs?
Yes

Money for basic care?

Yes

Money for unforeseen medical expenses?
Yes

Willing to house train?
Yes
Willing to do formal training? Yes

Do you have a veterinarian?

Yes

Vet contact info:
{If yes, please provide contact information including the vet’s name, clinic name, street address, city, state, zip, and phone. Also include the website if there is one.:52}

Will handle mistakes Pembroke makes like this:
We take the corgi to the mess (chewed cord / poop on the floor) and lightly tap the butt then say "no" "bad dog". But afterwards, I hug the dog to console him.

Discipline:
We lightly tap the butt then say "no" "bad dog". But afterwards, I hug the dog to console him.


Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time:
With us on our family room and backyard.

Discipline:
We lightly tap the butt then say "no" "bad dog". But afterwards, I hug the dog to console him.
Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time: With us on our family room and backyard.

House dog or outside dog?

House dog

People at home during the day?
My husband

Where would dog eat?
on a bowl

Where would dog sleep:
his/her own bed. (we already have an extra bed, crate if needed, leash, water and food bowl)

Play & exercise:
most of the time in the morning and afternoon on weekdays then almost all day on weekends. When outdoors we play fetch and walks we still play chase, belly rubs, toys etc inside the house

How will you exercise your dog?
On leash

Fenced yard?

No, I don’t have a fenced in yard.

Willing to pick up dog waste?
Yes, I will clean up after my dog.

Willing to use a crate?

Living arrangements:
Own home

Landlord info:
{If you rent/lease your home, please list the name, telephone number and email address of your landlord. State “Not Applicable” if you own your own home.:67}

May we contact your landlord?

Lease allow dogs:

Landlord permission:

Restrictive covenants?
Not applicable

Breed/size restrictions?
No

Description of yard:

We have a very wide backyard and a barn house located on a country side so our area is very wide, lots of room to run. our main house is also wide and has 2 storeys.

Household members:
{Describe all the people who live in your home, include names, ages and interests. For example, Mary Smith, 29, Enjoys cooking, dog training, gardening and running.:75}

Everyone in household agrees about adopting a corgi?
Yes, everyone agrees and wants to adopt a Pembroke Welsh Corgi.

May we do a home visit?

Yes, I will allow LPWCR representatives to inspect my home prior to allowing me to adopt a Pembroke.

Who will be responsible for the adopted corgi’s care?
Maryle Fivecoate

Willing to train children?
We will; as of now it's not applicable since we don't have kids yet

Any allergies?

No one is allergic.

Current pets:

{Please list and describe all of the pets that currently live in your home, including the name, type, age, sex and whether it is neutered. For example, Lenny, komodo dragon, 3 years old, not neutered.:80}

Current pets dog friendly?

Yes, all of our current pets are friendly toward dogs.

Are you willing to work on it if your new dog doesn’t get along with your current pets right away?
Yes we will be responsible

Lifetime commitment to Pembroke?

Yes, I am willing to commit to this dog for the rest of its life.

Return to Lakeshore if unable to care for Pembroke?
Yes, I will only surrender my adopted corgi to LPWCR if I am unable to care for it.

Understand no guarantees?

Yes, I understand that there are no guarantees regarding the condition, health, behavior or personality of the Pembroke I adopt.

Carefully considered the pluses and minuses of adopting a pet?
Yes, I have carefully thought out my decision to adopt a Pembroke and am willing to deal with the consequences.

Personal references:
{Personal References. Please list two people who know your family well, but who are not related to you (No moms, grandmas, sisters, etc) who will attest to the fact that you are a responsible, dedicated pet owner. Include the name of the person, their phone number(s), email and relationship you have with that person. For example, Mary Smith, 123-343-4444, 123-333-5767, marys@gmail.com, friend.:87}

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State: {Applicant State:2} Date of Application: 07/09/2020 Referred by: Website, Friend
First name: {First Name:98} Last name: {Last Name:97} First name 2: {First Name 2:94} Last name 2: {Last Name 2:93}
Street: {Street Address:3}
City: {City:4} State: {State:5} Zip: {Zip:6}

Ages interested in:
0 months – 1 year (we rarely get dogs in this age group), 1 year – 3 years, 3 years – 5 years
Gender preferred:
Male
Color preferred:
Any color
Activity level:
Couch Potato, Outgoing, Quiet, Playful

Other preferences:
We would like to get a dog certified and trained to be a therapy dog if his personality is a match. We also have a cat, so having a personality that works well with cats would be good.

Previous dog owner?
No
 
Dog 1
 
Dog 1 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):24}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:25}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:26}
 
Where is this dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):37}
  Dog 2
 
Dog 2 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):30}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:33}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:35}
 
Where is the dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):39}
  Dog 3
 
Dog 3 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):29}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:32}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:36}
 
Where is dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):27}
  Dog 4
 
Dog 4 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):28}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:31}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:34}
Where is this dog now? {Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):38}

Who is this dog for?

Us

Why do you want a Pembroke?
We love Corgis. We find their personalities to be hilarious and adorable, and are attracted to the smarts these dogs have. We recognize that their personalities can be Frustrating at times, however we too are stubborn people. We have interacted with Corgis at a local meet up and have observed from a distance via Facebook groups. We have been considering how a dog could for into our lives for the past year and have been doing research.

Activities planned with Pembroke:
Walks, getting involved with local dog clubs, training and classes, play dates with our friend's dogs, and general play at home.

Aware that Pembrokes are busy, noisy dogs?
Yes

Money for basic care?

Yes

Money for unforeseen medical expenses?
Yes

Willing to house train?
Yes
Willing to do formal training? Yes

Do you have a veterinarian?

No

Vet contact info:
{If yes, please provide contact information including the vet’s name, clinic name, street address, city, state, zip, and phone. Also include the website if there is one.:52}

Will handle mistakes Pembroke makes like this:
Tell the dog no and follow recommendations of trainers that we work with.

Discipline:
Gentle but firm correction. Using positive reinforcement.


Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time:
At home.

Discipline:
Gentle but firm correction. Using positive reinforcement.
Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time: At home.

House dog or outside dog?

House dog

People at home during the day?
Our schedules vary. Currently, due to COVID, yes, however we both work in offices. Katrina has some mornings off.

Where would dog eat?
The kitchen

Where would dog sleep:
Inside.

Play & exercise:
Regular walks, play with family members, play dates with our friend's dogs, dog park, dog classes. We can provide some level of daily exercise.

How will you exercise your dog?
Both on leash and restrained to the yard

Fenced yard?

No, I don’t have a fenced in yard.

Willing to pick up dog waste?
Yes, I will clean up after my dog.

Willing to use a crate?

Living arrangements:
Own home

Landlord info:
{If you rent/lease your home, please list the name, telephone number and email address of your landlord. State “Not Applicable” if you own your own home.:67}

May we contact your landlord?

Lease allow dogs:

Landlord permission:

Restrictive covenants?
Not applicable

Breed/size restrictions?
No

Description of yard:

We have a shaded back yard that opens to a wooded area.

Household members:
{Describe all the people who live in your home, include names, ages and interests. For example, Mary Smith, 29, Enjoys cooking, dog training, gardening and running.:75}

Everyone in household agrees about adopting a corgi?
Yes, everyone agrees and wants to adopt a Pembroke Welsh Corgi.

May we do a home visit?

Yes, I will allow LPWCR representatives to inspect my home prior to allowing me to adopt a Pembroke.

Who will be responsible for the adopted corgi’s care?
Katrina & Matthew

Willing to train children?
Yes

Any allergies?

No one is allergic.

Current pets:

{Please list and describe all of the pets that currently live in your home, including the name, type, age, sex and whether it is neutered. For example, Lenny, komodo dragon, 3 years old, not neutered.:80}

Current pets dog friendly?


Are you willing to work on it if your new dog doesn’t get along with your current pets right away?
Yes

Lifetime commitment to Pembroke?

Yes, I am willing to commit to this dog for the rest of its life.

Return to Lakeshore if unable to care for Pembroke?
Yes, I will only surrender my adopted corgi to LPWCR if I am unable to care for it.

Understand no guarantees?

Yes, I understand that there are no guarantees regarding the condition, health, behavior or personality of the Pembroke I adopt.

Carefully considered the pluses and minuses of adopting a pet?
Yes, I have carefully thought out my decision to adopt a Pembroke and am willing to deal with the consequences.

Personal references:
{Personal References. Please list two people who know your family well, but who are not related to you (No moms, grandmas, sisters, etc) who will attest to the fact that you are a responsible, dedicated pet owner. Include the name of the person, their phone number(s), email and relationship you have with that person. For example, Mary Smith, 123-343-4444, 123-333-5767, marys@gmail.com, friend.:87}

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State: {Applicant State:2} Date of Application: 07/10/2020 Referred by: Website
First name: {First Name:98} Last name: {Last Name:97} First name 2: {First Name 2:94} Last name 2: {Last Name 2:93}
Street: {Street Address:3}
City: {City:4} State: {State:5} Zip: {Zip:6}

Ages interested in:
3 years – 5 years, 5 years – 10 years
Gender preferred:
Either a Male or a Female
Color preferred:
Any color
Activity level:
Couch Potato, Outgoing, Quiet, Playful

Other preferences:

Previous dog owner?
No
 
Dog 1
 
Dog 1 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):24}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:25}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:26}
 
Where is this dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):37}
  Dog 2
 
Dog 2 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):30}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:33}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:35}
 
Where is the dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):39}
  Dog 3
 
Dog 3 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):29}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:32}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:36}
 
Where is dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):27}
  Dog 4
 
Dog 4 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):28}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:31}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:34}
Where is this dog now? {Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):38}

Who is this dog for?

I would be adopting for myself and my daughter.

Why do you want a Pembroke?
I've been thinking of rescuing for well over a year now, I've finally gotten to a point where I feel I'm ready and comfortable with my finances and living space to adopt a dog. Corgi's are one of my favorite breeds, I've always found their cute faces and stubby legs adorable but I've read up on the website about them and watched informational videos on Youtube. They're a great family breed, they get along well with children and other pets. They're very receptive to training techniques and a very smart breed of dog, which I think is important as this is my very first dog, so training will be new to me but I'm willing to put in the time and effort.

Activities planned with Pembroke:
As I've learned, Corgi's are very intelligent and active, I've heard they're called "a big dog in a small package". I would like to get into training classes with my Corgi, if able take him/her to the dog park and get puzzle toys for them to play with.

Aware that Pembrokes are busy, noisy dogs?
Yes

Money for basic care?

Yes

Money for unforeseen medical expenses?
Yes

Willing to house train?
Yes
Willing to do formal training? Yes

Do you have a veterinarian?

Yes

Vet contact info:
{If yes, please provide contact information including the vet’s name, clinic name, street address, city, state, zip, and phone. Also include the website if there is one.:52}

Will handle mistakes Pembroke makes like this:
I would be stern with him/her, try to help them understand what they did wrong. Give rewards and positive encouragement for good behavior.

Discipline:
I hope that attending training classes together with my dog, using positive reinforcement using praise and treats, and being consistent.


Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time:
At home, I live in an apartment building.

Discipline:
I hope that attending training classes together with my dog, using positive reinforcement using praise and treats, and being consistent.
Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time: At home, I live in an apartment building.

House dog or outside dog?

House dog

People at home during the day?
There is no one home during the day, I have 2 cats. But I also live 10 minutes from my job, I would be able to run home midday.

Where would dog eat?
I would have their bowl set up in the kitchen, and monitor their meals so my cats don't get into their food.

Where would dog sleep:
Either in bed with me or my daughter, and I would also like to crate train for if some reason they couldn't sleep in the bed with us.

Play & exercise:
Daily exercise is the goal, with multiple walks a day and once we (me and dog) are comfortable enough after some training I would plan dog park play time at least 3 times a week.

How will you exercise your dog?
On leash

Fenced yard?

No, I don’t have a fenced in yard.

Willing to pick up dog waste?
Yes, I will clean up after my dog.

Willing to use a crate?

Living arrangements:
Rent/lease home

Landlord info:
{If you rent/lease your home, please list the name, telephone number and email address of your landlord. State “Not Applicable” if you own your own home.:67}

May we contact your landlord?
Yes, you may contact my landlord.

Lease allow dogs:
Yes, my lease permits dogs.

Landlord permission:
Yes, my landlord is fine with me owning a Pembroke

Restrictive covenants?
Not applicable

Breed/size restrictions?
Yes

Description of yard:

N/A

Household members:
{Describe all the people who live in your home, include names, ages and interests. For example, Mary Smith, 29, Enjoys cooking, dog training, gardening and running.:75}

Everyone in household agrees about adopting a corgi?
Yes, everyone agrees and wants to adopt a Pembroke Welsh Corgi.

May we do a home visit?

Yes, I will allow LPWCR representatives to inspect my home prior to allowing me to adopt a Pembroke.

Who will be responsible for the adopted corgi’s care?
Brittany Alba

Willing to train children?
Yes, although I will be the primary caretaker for the dog, I believe it will help my daughter to learn even more responsibility. We do have 2 cats and she helps me with them, but they're very low maintenance babies. Having a dog is definitely a very different set of responsibilities that I will be teaching her.

Any allergies?

No one is allergic.

Current pets:

{Please list and describe all of the pets that currently live in your home, including the name, type, age, sex and whether it is neutered. For example, Lenny, komodo dragon, 3 years old, not neutered.:80}

Current pets dog friendly?


Are you willing to work on it if your new dog doesn’t get along with your current pets right away?
My older cat has had experience with dogs before, although I've never owned one myself a friend of mine brought there's over often in the past. She took some time to warm up to him but eventually she was indifferent to him being there. My kitten has not had any experience with dogs, but I have watched a few informational videos on how to introduce a new dog to the home. I will set up separate rooms for the cats as "safe spaces" with baby gates and gradually over time (up to some months) get them used to the new scent and eventually introduce. If at some point there are issues I will start the process over.

Lifetime commitment to Pembroke?

Yes, I am willing to commit to this dog for the rest of its life.

Return to Lakeshore if unable to care for Pembroke?
Yes, I will only surrender my adopted corgi to LPWCR if I am unable to care for it.

Understand no guarantees?

Yes, I understand that there are no guarantees regarding the condition, health, behavior or personality of the Pembroke I adopt.

Carefully considered the pluses and minuses of adopting a pet?
Yes, I have carefully thought out my decision to adopt a Pembroke and am willing to deal with the consequences.

Personal references:
{Personal References. Please list two people who know your family well, but who are not related to you (No moms, grandmas, sisters, etc) who will attest to the fact that you are a responsible, dedicated pet owner. Include the name of the person, their phone number(s), email and relationship you have with that person. For example, Mary Smith, 123-343-4444, 123-333-5767, marys@gmail.com, friend.:87}

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State: {Applicant State:2} Date of Application: 07/10/2020 Referred by: Other
First name: {First Name:98} Last name: {Last Name:97} First name 2: {First Name 2:94} Last name 2: {Last Name 2:93}
Street: {Street Address:3}
City: {City:4} State: {State:5} Zip: {Zip:6}

Ages interested in:
1 year – 3 years, 3 years – 5 years
Gender preferred:
Either a Male or a Female
Color preferred:
Any color
Activity level:
Couch Potato, Outgoing, Quiet, Playful, Energetic

Other preferences:

Previous dog owner?
Yes
 
Dog 1
 
Dog 1 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):24}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:25}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:26}
 
Where is this dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):37}
  Dog 2
 
Dog 2 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):30}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:33}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:35}
 
Where is the dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):39}
  Dog 3
 
Dog 3 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):29}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:32}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:36}
 
Where is dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):27}
  Dog 4
 
Dog 4 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):28}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:31}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:34}
Where is this dog now? {Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):38}

Who is this dog for?

Self

Why do you want a Pembroke?
We adopted a corgi in 2010 and lost her to cancer in spring of 2019. She was approx 4-5 yrs old when we got her. We have always had a dog and all were cherished family members, but she was by far the smartest and most entertaining companion of all.

Activities planned with Pembroke:
Long walks, road trips, boating, play dates, good books and belly rubs.

Aware that Pembrokes are busy, noisy dogs?
Yes

Money for basic care?

Yes

Money for unforeseen medical expenses?
Yes

Willing to house train?
Yes
Willing to do formal training? Yes

Do you have a veterinarian?

Yes

Vet contact info:
{If yes, please provide contact information including the vet’s name, clinic name, street address, city, state, zip, and phone. Also include the website if there is one.:52}

Will handle mistakes Pembroke makes like this:
Verbal correction

Discipline:
Verbal correction


Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time:
With us, whether inside, outside or traveling.

Discipline:
Verbal correction
Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time: With us, whether inside, outside or traveling.

House dog or outside dog?

House dog

People at home during the day?
Yes, except for brief shopping trips and/or an occasional evening out.

Where would dog eat?
Inside house, probably in kitchen area.

Where would dog sleep:
In our bedroom; we would prefer in it's own bed, but could be flexible if it wants with us.

Play & exercise:
We do not have a fenced yard, but have many area walking/hiking trails and enjoy frequent walks. Our Florida home also has a nearby dog park with a beach. We are available nearly all day for play.

How will you exercise your dog?
On leash

Fenced yard?

No, I don’t have a fenced in yard.

Willing to pick up dog waste?
Yes, I will clean up after my dog.

Willing to use a crate?

Living arrangements:
Own home

Landlord info:
{If you rent/lease your home, please list the name, telephone number and email address of your landlord. State “Not Applicable” if you own your own home.:67}

May we contact your landlord?

Lease allow dogs:

Landlord permission:

Restrictive covenants?
Not applicable

Breed/size restrictions?
Yes

Description of yard:

Small yard currently in Florida home. We live on a trawler on Lake Michigan in summer. There are many other "boat dogs" in our marina and our previous corgi did very well aboard and enjoyed all the attention from neighboring boaters.

Household members:
{Describe all the people who live in your home, include names, ages and interests. For example, Mary Smith, 29, Enjoys cooking, dog training, gardening and running.:75}

Everyone in household agrees about adopting a corgi?
Yes, everyone agrees and wants to adopt a Pembroke Welsh Corgi.

May we do a home visit?

Yes, I will allow LPWCR representatives to inspect my home prior to allowing me to adopt a Pembroke.

Who will be responsible for the adopted corgi’s care?
Arlene

Willing to train children?
One adult child; no grandchildren.

Any allergies?

No one is allergic.

Current pets:

{Please list and describe all of the pets that currently live in your home, including the name, type, age, sex and whether it is neutered. For example, Lenny, komodo dragon, 3 years old, not neutered.:80}

Current pets dog friendly?


Are you willing to work on it if your new dog doesn’t get along with your current pets right away?
N/A

Lifetime commitment to Pembroke?

Yes, I am willing to commit to this dog for the rest of its life.

Return to Lakeshore if unable to care for Pembroke?
Yes, I will only surrender my adopted corgi to LPWCR if I am unable to care for it.

Understand no guarantees?

Yes, I understand that there are no guarantees regarding the condition, health, behavior or personality of the Pembroke I adopt.

Carefully considered the pluses and minuses of adopting a pet?
Yes, I have carefully thought out my decision to adopt a Pembroke and am willing to deal with the consequences.

Personal references:
{Personal References. Please list two people who know your family well, but who are not related to you (No moms, grandmas, sisters, etc) who will attest to the fact that you are a responsible, dedicated pet owner. Include the name of the person, their phone number(s), email and relationship you have with that person. For example, Mary Smith, 123-343-4444, 123-333-5767, marys@gmail.com, friend.:87}

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State: {Applicant State:2} Date of Application: 07/09/2020 Referred by: Website
First name: {First Name:98} Last name: {Last Name:97} First name 2: {First Name 2:94} Last name 2: {Last Name 2:93}
Street: {Street Address:3}
City: {City:4} State: {State:5} Zip: {Zip:6}

Ages interested in:
0 months – 1 year (we rarely get dogs in this age group), 1 year – 3 years, 3 years – 5 years
Gender preferred:
Male
Color preferred:
Red & White, Red Headed Tri, Sable & White
Activity level:
Outgoing, Playful, Energetic, Other (Please describe in the box below.)

Other preferences:
He will need to be up to date on vaccinations and neutered if possible.

Previous dog owner?
No
 
Dog 1
 
Dog 1 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):24}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:25}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:26}
 
Where is this dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):37}
  Dog 2
 
Dog 2 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):30}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:33}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:35}
 
Where is the dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):39}
  Dog 3
 
Dog 3 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):29}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:32}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:36}
 
Where is dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):27}
  Dog 4
 
Dog 4 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):28}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:31}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:34}
Where is this dog now? {Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):38}

Who is this dog for?

This Pembroke Corgi will be for Jenna Kirsch.

Why do you want a Pembroke?
I want to adopt a Pembroke Welsh Corgi because they have adorable personalities and are incredibly smart. They are supposed to be a great starting pet for Novice dog owners. I grew up around dogs and will be living on my own within the next year and would love to have a Corgi to keep me company as I will be parting with my parents Lab, Jax. I have taught Jax so many tricks and love him to pieces. I’ve read that Corgi’s love learning new tricks just like Labs do. I’ve also read that Corgi’s don’t really like spending long periods of times home alone. If I were to work a long shift or be out of town and the Corgi won’t be able to come with, Then he would be staying at my parents for the day and have company all day. Otherwise when I am busy around my own home the Corgi would have my Cat, Prince, as a partner in crime. Prince is very affectionate and loves other animals (Dogs and Cats). I would also spend lots of time cuddling or playing with the Corgi. I will have lots of free time living on my own and I want most of the time to be spent going out and doing things with the Corgi. No matter the situation he would always be cared for and thought of. I can’t wait to start my journey of adopting and spoiling a Corgi.

Activities planned with Pembroke:
The activities we would do include: Spending time at a park or dog beach, going on car rides, going to T.J Maxx or Pet Smart and finding toys that will help keep his smart Corgi brain busy, visiting Jax or other dogs, and lots and lots of walks!

Aware that Pembrokes are busy, noisy dogs?
Yes

Money for basic care?

Yes

Money for unforeseen medical expenses?
Yes

Willing to house train?
Yes
Willing to do formal training? Yes

Do you have a veterinarian?

Yes

Vet contact info:
{If yes, please provide contact information including the vet’s name, clinic name, street address, city, state, zip, and phone. Also include the website if there is one.:52}

Will handle mistakes Pembroke makes like this:
If the Corgi makes a mistake I will make sure to firmly say no and bring him away from the situation. If needed, training and research on how to stop the behavior.

Discipline:
The discipline I use with dogs is just telling them to go lay down in their bed. It’s taking away their social time and giving them a time out. After 5-10 minutes when they have calmed down they can come out of time out. This typically works for a lot of bad behavior. If I need something else for discipline, then I would have to ask for someone else’s opinion (Vet) and go from there.


Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time:
The Corgi would spend most of his time with me. I’m an active person and social person. We wouldn’t really be at home too much but we would definitely being going out and doing something more often than not.

Discipline:
The discipline I use with dogs is just telling them to go lay down in their bed. It’s taking away their social time and giving them a time out. After 5-10 minutes when they have calmed down they can come out of time out. This typically works for a lot of bad behavior. If I need something else for discipline, then I would have to ask for someone else’s opinion (Vet) and go from there.
Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time: The Corgi would spend most of his time with me. I’m an active person and social person. We wouldn’t really be at home too much but we would definitely being going out and doing something more often than not.

House dog or outside dog?

House dog

People at home during the day?
If I’m not home then No. Unless my boyfriend comes over to watch the Corgi. Otherwise if I’m not home, I would bring the Corgi to my parents house for the day.

Where would dog eat?
Inside the house at a designated spot from a food bowl.

Where would dog sleep:
In bed with me or where it wants to sleep. Would for sure have his own dog bed if he doesn’t want the couch or bed.

Play & exercise:
The adopted Corgi will be provided with a big box of toys and a nice fenced in backyard. He will also be taken on lots of walks and to parks daily. He will be a very mentally and physically well rounded dog.

How will you exercise your dog?
On leash

Fenced yard?

Yes, I have a fenced in yard.

Willing to pick up dog waste?
Yes, I will clean up after my dog.

Willing to use a crate?
The fence is chain linked and around the entire yard with a gate as the only entrance or exit.

Living arrangements:
Currently living with Parents, planning on moving to a rental home within the next year.

Landlord info:
{If you rent/lease your home, please list the name, telephone number and email address of your landlord. State “Not Applicable” if you own your own home.:67}

May we contact your landlord?

Lease allow dogs:

Landlord permission:

Restrictive covenants?
Not applicable

Breed/size restrictions?
No

Description of yard:

It is a spacious back yard with bushes, a small (2ftx3ft) pond, garden beds, and a closed off deck.

Household members:
{Describe all the people who live in your home, include names, ages and interests. For example, Mary Smith, 29, Enjoys cooking, dog training, gardening and running.:75}

Everyone in household agrees about adopting a corgi?
Yes, everyone agrees and wants to adopt a Pembroke Welsh Corgi.

May we do a home visit?

Yes, I will allow LPWCR representatives to inspect my home prior to allowing me to adopt a Pembroke.

Who will be responsible for the adopted corgi’s care?
Jenna Kirsch

Willing to train children?
Yes absolutely. Knowledge is power and teaching kids to be nice to my dog will not be a problem.

Any allergies?

No one is allergic.

Current pets:

{Please list and describe all of the pets that currently live in your home, including the name, type, age, sex and whether it is neutered. For example, Lenny, komodo dragon, 3 years old, not neutered.:80}

Current pets dog friendly?

No, some of our current pets are not friendly toward dogs

Are you willing to work on it if your new dog doesn’t get along with your current pets right away?
Yes, we are willing to work very hard to try and resolve the problem if my newly adopted corgi does not get along with any of my current pets or pets I may add in the future. Currently the only pet that doesn’t get along with other animals is Callie. We have successfully trained Jax AND Prince to “Leave it” when she is angry. Which she is always grumpy considering she’s just an old cat. We would put just much effort training the Corgi and respecting it’s boundaries with the other animals. We understand that it takes time for animals to become comfortable with each other and have the patience to help the Corgi become comfortable in our pack.

Lifetime commitment to Pembroke?

Yes, I am willing to commit to this dog for the rest of its life.

Return to Lakeshore if unable to care for Pembroke?
Yes, I will only surrender my adopted corgi to LPWCR if I am unable to care for it.

Understand no guarantees?

Yes, I understand that there are no guarantees regarding the condition, health, behavior or personality of the Pembroke I adopt.

Carefully considered the pluses and minuses of adopting a pet?
Yes, I have carefully thought out my decision to adopt a Pembroke and am willing to deal with the consequences.

Personal references:
{Personal References. Please list two people who know your family well, but who are not related to you (No moms, grandmas, sisters, etc) who will attest to the fact that you are a responsible, dedicated pet owner. Include the name of the person, their phone number(s), email and relationship you have with that person. For example, Mary Smith, 123-343-4444, 123-333-5767, marys@gmail.com, friend.:87}

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State: {Applicant State:2} Date of Application: 07/08/2020 Referred by: Website
First name: {First Name:98} Last name: {Last Name:97} First name 2: {First Name 2:94} Last name 2: {Last Name 2:93}
Street: {Street Address:3}
City: {City:4} State: {State:5} Zip: {Zip:6}

Ages interested in:
0 months – 1 year (we rarely get dogs in this age group), 1 year – 3 years
Gender preferred:
Male
Color preferred:
Any color
Activity level:
Couch Potato, Outgoing, Playful, Energetic, Other (Please describe in the box below.)

Other preferences:

Previous dog owner?
Yes
 
Dog 1
 
Dog 1 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):24}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:25}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:26}
 
Where is this dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):37}
  Dog 2
 
Dog 2 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):30}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:33}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:35}
 
Where is the dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):39}
  Dog 3
 
Dog 3 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):29}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:32}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:36}
 
Where is dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):27}
  Dog 4
 
Dog 4 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):28}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:31}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:34}
Where is this dog now? {Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):38}

Who is this dog for?

This Pembroke will be a family pet.

Why do you want a Pembroke?
This Corgi will primarily be for my Daughter. She has fallen in love with the breed over the years. The reason for that is she finds them to be sweet, loyal, and friendly. She also loves their features and amazing personalities.

Activities planned with Pembroke:
Many activities that we commonly do are go on walks in the woods and we go to many horse shows. For the horse shows, the dogs are not allowed off a leash so there would be no free wandering.

Aware that Pembrokes are busy, noisy dogs?
Yes

Money for basic care?

Yes

Money for unforeseen medical expenses?
Yes

Willing to house train?
Yes
Willing to do formal training? Yes

Do you have a veterinarian?

Yes

Vet contact info:
{If yes, please provide contact information including the vet’s name, clinic name, street address, city, state, zip, and phone. Also include the website if there is one.:52}

Will handle mistakes Pembroke makes like this:
We would tell them off for their bad behavior and move on. We understand that all dogs like to be mischievous and naughty from time to time, and they should not be severely punished for that.

Discipline:
We usually just make the dog realize that they have been bad. The farthest we would go would to put the dog in their crate, but that rarely happens.


Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time:
They would spend most of their time at our house.

Discipline:
We usually just make the dog realize that they have been bad. The farthest we would go would to put the dog in their crate, but that rarely happens.
Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time: They would spend most of their time at our house.

House dog or outside dog?

House dog

People at home during the day?
As of right now, yes. It may be somewhat harder for a person to be home when school starts, but they would not be home alone all day.

Where would dog eat?
In our kitchen.

Where would dog sleep:
In the master bedroom, or my daughter's bedroom.

Play & exercise:
The corgi would be able to get a good amount of (monitored) time outside in our yard. We also do many activities surrounding horseback riding which involves a large amount of time outside, so they would get much needed play and exercise.

How will you exercise your dog?
Restrained to the yard

Fenced yard?

No, I don’t have a fenced in yard.

Willing to pick up dog waste?
Yes, I will clean up after my dog.

Willing to use a crate?

Living arrangements:
Own home

Landlord info:
{If you rent/lease your home, please list the name, telephone number and email address of your landlord. State “Not Applicable” if you own your own home.:67}

May we contact your landlord?

Lease allow dogs:

Landlord permission:

Restrictive covenants?
Not applicable

Breed/size restrictions?
No

Description of yard:

We live on a 10-acre plot of land that holds chickens, ducks, and horses on it.

Household members:
{Describe all the people who live in your home, include names, ages and interests. For example, Mary Smith, 29, Enjoys cooking, dog training, gardening and running.:75}

Everyone in household agrees about adopting a corgi?
Yes, everyone agrees and wants to adopt a Pembroke Welsh Corgi.

May we do a home visit?

Yes, I will allow LPWCR representatives to inspect my home prior to allowing me to adopt a Pembroke.

Who will be responsible for the adopted corgi’s care?
Elena

Willing to train children?
Yes.

Any allergies?

No one is allergic.

Current pets:

{Please list and describe all of the pets that currently live in your home, including the name, type, age, sex and whether it is neutered. For example, Lenny, komodo dragon, 3 years old, not neutered.:80}

Current pets dog friendly?

Yes, all of our current pets are friendly toward dogs.

Are you willing to work on it if your new dog doesn’t get along with your current pets right away?
Yes, it took a while for our current dog to get along with the cats, but now they all get along just fine.

Lifetime commitment to Pembroke?

Yes, I am willing to commit to this dog for the rest of its life.

Return to Lakeshore if unable to care for Pembroke?
Yes, I will only surrender my adopted corgi to LPWCR if I am unable to care for it.

Understand no guarantees?

Yes, I understand that there are no guarantees regarding the condition, health, behavior or personality of the Pembroke I adopt.

Carefully considered the pluses and minuses of adopting a pet?
Yes, I have carefully thought out my decision to adopt a Pembroke and am willing to deal with the consequences.

Personal references:
{Personal References. Please list two people who know your family well, but who are not related to you (No moms, grandmas, sisters, etc) who will attest to the fact that you are a responsible, dedicated pet owner. Include the name of the person, their phone number(s), email and relationship you have with that person. For example, Mary Smith, 123-343-4444, 123-333-5767, marys@gmail.com, friend.:87}

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State: {Applicant State:2} Date of Application: 07/08/2020 Referred by: Website
First name: {First Name:98} Last name: {Last Name:97} First name 2: {First Name 2:94} Last name 2: {Last Name 2:93}
Street: {Street Address:3}
City: {City:4} State: {State:5} Zip: {Zip:6}

Ages interested in:
3 years – 5 years, 5 years – 10 years
Gender preferred:
Either a Male or a Female
Color preferred:
Any color
Activity level:
Outgoing, Quiet, Playful, Energetic

Other preferences:

Previous dog owner?
Yes
 
Dog 1
 
Dog 1 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):24}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:25}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:26}
 
Where is this dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):37}
  Dog 2
 
Dog 2 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):30}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:33}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:35}
 
Where is the dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):39}
  Dog 3
 
Dog 3 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):29}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:32}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:36}
 
Where is dog now?
{Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):27}
  Dog 4
 
Dog 4 name:
{Dog Name (Most recent/ current first):28}
 
Dog description:
{Description of Dog:31}
 
How long owned?
{Length of time owned:34}
Where is this dog now? {Where is this dog now? (Explain if you no longer have the dog):38}

Who is this dog for?

My partner and I! We live in a humble apartment and would like to home an adult corgi.

Why do you want a Pembroke?
We, despite being busy graduate students, live a very active lifestyle with frequent walks, bike rides, runs, and hikes. Yet, we live in a one bedroom apartment that would be small for a bigger dog. Pembrokes, while small, are very active dogs who love to do activities with their owners. Additionally, I have extensive experience with dog care and training. For years (middle/high school), I was in 4H Dog Club during which I trained my family dog in basic obedience, house manners, agility, showmanship, and cute tricks. This was a really important aspect of owning a dog for me, and I know that Pembrokes are intelligent dogs who respond well to consistent obedience training. I am willing to put in the work to train my Pembroke well, and I already have connections with a dog trainer near my home. Additionally, I have interacted extensively with my brother-in-law’s corgi, and I have fallen in love with her independent yet loyal personality, her intelligence, and her love for activity. We have done extensive research on this breed, and we feel it would be the best breed for us!

Activities planned with Pembroke:
We would take our Pembroke on walks, hikes, bike rides, and runs (and dog parks!). He/she would experience all kinds of locations and places (beach, park, etc.). Additionally, we would train our corgi in basic obedience, house manners, and cute tricks. We would also have lots of snuggles and love for our Pembroke!

Aware that Pembrokes are busy, noisy dogs?
Yes

Money for basic care?

Yes

Money for unforeseen medical expenses?
Yes

Willing to house train?
Yes
Willing to do formal training? Yes

Do you have a veterinarian?

No

Vet contact info:
{If yes, please provide contact information including the vet’s name, clinic name, street address, city, state, zip, and phone. Also include the website if there is one.:52}

Will handle mistakes Pembroke makes like this:
I would assume it’s a miscommunication between us. I would correct the behavior immediately with a “no” and seek to improve my communication with my Pembroke by using food motivation to correct the behavior. This may be enforcing “place”, etc.

Discipline:
I am more familiar with positive reinforcement training, but I am going to look into a very reputable, professional dog trainer to help me use a more balanced training approach.


Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time:
Their day would be split between time in our apartment (with/without us) and being outside on walks/runs/etc.

Discipline:
I am more familiar with positive reinforcement training, but I am going to look into a very reputable, professional dog trainer to help me use a more balanced training approach.
Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time: Their day would be split between time in our apartment (with/without us) and being outside on walks/runs/etc.

House dog or outside dog?

House dog

People at home during the day?
My partner and I will check in on the dog during the day.

Where would dog eat?
In the apartment with us.

Where would dog sleep:
In a crate beside our bed!

Play & exercise:
We are very active people so our Pembroke would come with us on walks/hikes, bike rides, etc. There is also a dog park 200 feet from our apartment so we would have plenty of places to exercise. The Pembroke will get at least three large walks in a day, plus additional short walks as needed.

How will you exercise your dog?
Both on leash and restrained to the yard

Fenced yard?

No, I don’t have a fenced in yard.

Willing to pick up dog waste?
Yes, I will clean up after my dog.

Willing to use a crate?

Living arrangements:
Rent/lease home

Landlord info:
{If you rent/lease your home, please list the name, telephone number and email address of your landlord. State “Not Applicable” if you own your own home.:67}

May we contact your landlord?
Yes, you may contact my landlord.

Lease allow dogs:
Yes, my lease permits dogs.

Landlord permission:
Yes, my landlord is fine with me owning a Pembroke

Restrictive covenants?
Not applicable

Breed/size restrictions?
No

Description of yard:

N/a

Household members:
{Describe all the people who live in your home, include names, ages and interests. For example, Mary Smith, 29, Enjoys cooking, dog training, gardening and running.:75}

Everyone in household agrees about adopting a corgi?
Yes, everyone agrees and wants to adopt a Pembroke Welsh Corgi.

May we do a home visit?

Yes, I will allow LPWCR representatives to inspect my home prior to allowing me to adopt a Pembroke.

Who will be responsible for the adopted corgi’s care?
Kalina Reese/Matthew Rossler

Willing to train children?
Yes!

Any allergies?

No one is allergic.

Current pets:

{Please list and describe all of the pets that currently live in your home, including the name, type, age, sex and whether it is neutered. For example, Lenny, komodo dragon, 3 years old, not neutered.:80}

Current pets dog friendly?


Are you willing to work on it if your new dog doesn’t get along with your current pets right away?
N/A

Lifetime commitment to Pembroke?

Yes, I am willing to commit to this dog for the rest of its life.

Return to Lakeshore if unable to care for Pembroke?
Yes, I will only surrender my adopted corgi to LPWCR if I am unable to care for it.

Understand no guarantees?

Yes, I understand that there are no guarantees regarding the condition, health, behavior or personality of the Pembroke I adopt.

Carefully considered the pluses and minuses of adopting a pet?
Yes, I have carefully thought out my decision to adopt a Pembroke and am willing to deal with the consequences.

Personal references:
{Personal References. Please list two people who know your family well, but who are not related to you (No moms, grandmas, sisters, etc) who will attest to the fact that you are a responsible, dedicated pet owner. Include the name of the person, their phone number(s), email and relationship you have with that person. For example, Mary Smith, 123-343-4444, 123-333-5767, marys@gmail.com, friend.:87}