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State: {Applicant State:2} Date of Application: 01/22/2020 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, 5 years – 10 years
Gender preferred:
Either a Male or a Female
Color preferred:
Red & White, Sable & White
Activity level:
Couch Potato, Outgoing, Quiet, Playful, Energetic

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?

Us

Why do you want a Pembroke?
We absolutely love corgis. They are so gosh darn cute, and smart. We know that they are a herding breed and sometimes can get arthritis. They just seem like such joyful animals and good companions. We've met a few in the dog park near our work and they are always calm and outgoing so this attracts us to them.

Activities planned with Pembroke:
walks mainly but if they are up for fetch we'd for sure play.

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 think tone of voice has everything to do with it, letting them know that it is not ok

Discipline:
We have a friend that is a dog trainer so we would want to take the dog there and learn from her on the best approach that will have them understand


Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time:
at our home

Discipline:
We have a friend that is a dog trainer so we would want to take the dog there and learn from her on the best approach that will have them understand
Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time: at our home

House dog or outside dog?

House dog

People at home during the day?
not all the time, but we have flexible jobs where we are planning on being able to work from home 3 days a week to ensure we can be there to care for the dog, and the other 2 days of the week having a dog walker

Where would dog eat?
we'd for sure love the best recommendation but would definitely want it to be something all natural.

Where would dog sleep:
depends on what is most comfortable for him/her, if they are used to sleeping in their own bed, we'd get him/her a bed, if they are used to sleeping in a bed with us we'd oblige. If this is a new puppy we'd want to make sure we are setting good habits early on to train to sleep on a dog bed in our room

Play & exercise:
We have a big park down the street from us so we'd go on walks there and they have a separate dog park within the park so we'd want to go there to socialize the dog and allow for play time.

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

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?
Chain link fence around the whole yard

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 some lawn furniture but it's all moveable, no set fixtures.

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?
both of us equally

Willing to train children?
We don't have children but we certainly would if we have one

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?
We don't have any other pets

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: 01/18/2020 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:
Any age
Gender preferred:
Either a Male or a Female
Color preferred:
Any color
Activity level:
Couch Potato, Outgoing, Playful

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?

Whole family

Why do you want a Pembroke?
We have 30 years of combined Corgi ownership. The breed has a great, strong personality, is fun-loving and are great cuddlers. Our corgis were good with our various cats over the years and liked to travel with us on our road trips. We’d like to add a corgi to our current pack to allow our teenage kids to experience it more fully than when they were toddlers.

Activities planned with Pembroke:
Walks in the nature preserve, chasing in the yard, swimming(if he/she likes it). Road trips.

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:
Firm vocal correction(with leash correction if on leash). Must be consistent and correction timed near mistake for corgi to understand. Corgis are intensely bright. Corrections need not be intense, but occasionally frequent due to breed’s strong willed nature.

Discipline:
Prefer positive reinforcement(praise/treats) to discipline. However, when necessary applied as described in previous question.


Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time:
Home with work from home wife and kids before & after school. 2 walk per day and frequent supervised yard outings.

Discipline:
Prefer positive reinforcement(praise/treats) to discipline. However, when necessary applied as described in previous question.
Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time: Home with work from home wife and kids before & after school. 2 walk per day and frequent supervised yard outings.

House dog or outside dog?

House dog

People at home during the day?
Yes, work from home wife.

Where would dog eat?
In kitchen area with each dog having separate area.

Where would dog sleep:
Wherever it wishes, but welcomed on any family bed.

Play & exercise:
2 walks per day in nearby nature preserve. Frequent yard outings with other 2 dogs.

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

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?
Invisible fence only because terrain precludes physical one. 2 separate zones, front and rear yards. Previous homes all had physical fence. Current dogs and previous corgis all quickly adjusted to invisible fence with proper training.

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:

Large front and rear yards with separate invisible fence zones. No pool. Many trees. Back yard surround with plantings and hedges.

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?
Scott(me)

Willing to train children?
Kids already experienced with dogs.

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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Published / by Admin
State: {Applicant State:2} Date of Application: 01/18/2020 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, 5 years – 10 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?

I've been this breed's biggest fan for a long time, both for their goofy sweetness that constantly makes my laugh and for that slightly stubborn, independent toughness that also makes them such great working dogs. This dog would join myself and my partner (a field medic and another lifelong dog owner) in our new family-friendly and dog-filled neighborhood near the hospital I work at, and we work opposite schedules so can ensure that one of us will be home with our new family member nearly all the time.

Why do you want a Pembroke?
I've been this breed's biggest fan for a long time, both for their goofy sweetness that constantly makes my laugh and for that slightly stubborn, independent toughness that also makes them such great working dogs…plus that Corgi butt, of course. My family had a Corgi mix as a kid who was just the right combination of cuddly and independent, and several good friends currently own Corgis so we'd be setting up some playdates, too!

Activities planned with Pembroke:
Our neighborhood and social circle is extremely dog friendly, so plenty of walking and exploring nearby parks. I'd also love to get involved with some therapy dog work in the hospital, but that would be very dependent on the dog's prior socialization and comfort level with noise, smells, and new people.

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 used to train horses for competitions (and occasionally still help my mom with her agility dogs) so I know full well that mistakes happen! I just ensure that the dog understands its a mistake, which usually means a firm, disappointed tone of voice if pointing to an accident or simply withholding the treat if working on obedience, but then it's forgotten in a matter of minutes and you move on to the next thing.

Discipline:
More or less the same as above, plus a lot of positive reinforcement! I try to make it really worth their while to do the right thing, whether with treats, attention, or play, and then there's less of a need for that stern voice.


Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time:
In our 2-bedroom, single story unit or out in our neighborhood with us. We have several daycares in the area that have come highly recommended if our schedules change in the future, though at this point there would be little need for a dog walker or daycare while we work opposite hours.

Discipline:
More or less the same as above, plus a lot of positive reinforcement! I try to make it really worth their while to do the right thing, whether with treats, attention, or play, and then there's less of a need for that stern voice.
Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time: In our 2-bedroom, single story unit or out in our neighborhood with us. We have several daycares in the area that have come highly recommended if our schedules change in the future, though at this point there would be little need for a dog walker or daycare while we work opposite hours.

House dog or outside dog?

House dog

People at home during the day?
Yes, as above! We work opposite hours, so there will almost always be someone home day or night.

Where would dog eat?
Probably in our kitchen, where we have a little corner perfectly sized for a water and food bowl.

Where would dog sleep:
Depending on its preference, a dog bed in the hall or in our bedroom – possibly on the bed (I'd try not to set that precedent, but if they already did I wouldn't mind!).

Play & exercise:
At least one walk a day, probably one with each of us every day, and some toys in the house for anytime play, too.

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?

Lease allow dogs:
Yes, my lease permits dogs.

Landlord permission:

Restrictive covenants?
Not applicable

Breed/size restrictions?
No

Description of yard:

Small front yard, no pool or other hazards, on quiet side street in residential neighborhood with three parks (at least two dog friendly) within a few blocks from our front door.

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?
Shared responsibility between myself and my partner

Willing to train children?
No children in the home.

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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Published / by Admin
State: {Applicant State:2} Date of Application: 01/18/2020 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:
Any age
Gender preferred:
Either a Male or a Female
Color preferred:
Any color
Activity level:
Couch Potato, Outgoing, Playful

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?

Our family of 4. Scott – 51, Courtney – 48, Elliot – 16, Lucie – 12.

Why do you want a Pembroke?
We are seeking to re-home a Pembroke Welsh Corgi to add to our current pack of 2 dogs. My wife and I owned 2 PWCs for a combined 30 years. Maddie and Basil were our “practice’” children that we got while in Graduate School in 1997 and 1998. They were siblings from 2 different litters. Basil lived to 14 succumbing to rear leg paralysis stemming from spinal issues. Maddie lived to 16 and passed away from cancer, We love the strong personalities of the PWC especially that they believe themselves to be big dogs. They are fun, playful dogs and are especially good at cuddling on the couch and bed. No squirrel was safe from the constant monitoring of their various backyards over the years, but they were both great with the several cats that joined our pack. We think it’s time to add a corgi to our lives again. The kids only have vague memories of the corgis and are ready to participate in any corgi’s care in our household.

Activities planned with Pembroke:
Walks in the woods regularly, cuddling, road trips with family, swimming at my parents’ lake cottage(Basil used to retrieve bird hunting dummies in the water with my father’s 110lb yellow – his best friend). Face wrestling with our dogs and chase in the yard.

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:
Firm tone of voice correction (and tug of leash if leashed). Correction must be near time of mistake for dog to understand connection between mistake and correction.

Discipline:
Prefer incentive(praise & treats) to discipline. However – discipline as described above. With PWCs’ strong willed personalities, some correcting needs repetition and patience.


Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time:
At home with family – mainly my work from home wife and kids before/after school. I walk all the dogs twice per day – morning and after dinner.

Discipline:
Prefer incentive(praise & treats) to discipline. However – discipline as described above. With PWCs’ strong willed personalities, some correcting needs repetition and patience.
Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time: At home with family – mainly my work from home wife and kids before/after school. I walk all the dogs twice per day – morning and after dinner.

House dog or outside dog?

House dog

People at home during the day?
Yes, wife works from home.

Where would dog eat?
In the kitchen area with each dog having its own separated area.

Where would dog sleep:
Wherever it wants, but welcomed on the bed with our other dogs or either of the kids. We still have stairs we made for our previous corgis to safely get on and off the bed.

Play & exercise:
Daily walks (our home is on the edge of a 51 acre nature preserve with trails). Play in the yard with humans and other dogs.

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

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?
Invisible fence only because our property makes a physical fence nearly impossible. Current dogs and previous corgis all adapted quickly to it with training.

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:

Large front and back yards(with separate invisible fence zones) with many trees. No pool. Back yard surrounded by plantings and hedges.

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?
Scott Russell

Willing to train children?
They already do.

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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Published / by Admin
State: {Applicant State:2} Date of Application: 01/18/2020 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 (Please describe in the box below.)

Other preferences:
Being social is very important. When I travel for work, the corgi will be staying at houses with other dogs. Also I sometimes dog-sit when friends travel and my corgi might be with me at another house with dogs or have other dogs in our home.

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 adopted Chloe in 2003 from Lakeshore PWC rescue. She died in Nov 2017. I have friends who have corgis, and summer of 2019 got my corgi fix by joining them at a corgi picnic in Wisconsin.
I love their social nature, social butterflies. Good things come in little packages, but they don't know they are little (although Chloe was exceptionally small at only 18 pounds).

Activities planned with Pembroke:
Car rides, walks, visiting friends with dogs.
It also depends on the dog, I did agility with Chloe. I also had a beagle/pointer mix that I took to the local nursing home/rehab to visit with the residents.

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 situation and what kind of mistake. A stern 'no' or 'leave it', with re-direction.

Discipline:
Verbal and redirection.


Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time:
With me when I'm home, or wherever I could take him/her with me. When s/he must be home alone, either in a crate or in the kitchen (depends on the dog, they can be mischievous, so crating can keep them safe. My past 2 dogs were crate-trained. When Chloe was losing her eyesight and hearing, she was anxious in the crate, so I stopped using it and she stayed in the kitchen.

Discipline:
Verbal and redirection.
Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time: With me when I'm home, or wherever I could take him/her with me. When s/he must be home alone, either in a crate or in the kitchen (depends on the dog, they can be mischievous, so crating can keep them safe. My past 2 dogs were crate-trained. When Chloe was losing her eyesight and hearing, she was anxious in the crate, so I stopped using it and she stayed in the kitchen.

House dog or outside dog?

House dog

People at home during the day?
No. I occasionally work from home.

Where would dog eat?
In the kitchen.

Where would dog sleep:
In my bedroom, either on my bed or in their dog bed.

Play & exercise:
Play times in the evening – either with toys or walks in tolerable weather. Weekend long walks.

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

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?
Chain link and wrought aluminum.

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:

Fence encloses the yard around 3 sides of the house (north, east, south), with self-closing gates on the north and south sides.. Garden is on the south side with a small fence to keep the dogs out of the garden when I am not with them. Patio, Grass, bushes and arborvitaes.

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?
Cindy

Willing to train children?
No children in the home

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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Published / by Admin
State: {Applicant State:2} Date of Application: 01/18/2020 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:
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:
I have no children but would like a dog that can handle them every so often (in case a niece or nephew visit)

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?
No experiences with the breed but I’m aware that they can be high energy and a herder. I live near several dog parks and a dog beach if they were interested in consistent socialization

Activities planned with Pembroke:
Take them to a dog park or dog beach. No long hikes though as I don’t want them to get over heated. I do live by a forest preserve in case they enjoyed the smells

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:
Depends on the mistake. I feel like as long as you walk a dog enough they aren’t chewers or with pent up energy. You just have to make sure that they get their energy out

Discipline:
In obedience training you learn to say a firm no


Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time:
Crate during the day (until they can be trusted to be out of the crate). One day a week I have class and am prepared to hire a walker

Discipline:
In obedience training you learn to say a firm no
Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time: Crate during the day (until they can be trusted to be out of the crate). One day a week I have class and am prepared to hire a walker

House dog or outside dog?

House dog

People at home during the day?
No

Where would dog eat?
In the kitchen

Where would dog sleep:
I would buy a bed and have them sleep in my room

Play & exercise:
I live by a dog park and am prepared for three half hour walks a day

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

Breed/size restrictions?
Yes

Description of yard:

No yard but live near a park

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?
Katy Komarchuk

Willing to train children?
Yes but I have no 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?

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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Published / by Admin
State: {Applicant State:2} Date of Application: 01/18/2020 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:
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:
I have no children but would like a dog that can handle them every so often (in case a niece or nephew visit)

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?
No experiences with the breed but I’m aware that they can be high energy and a herder. I live near several dog parks and a dog beach if they were interested in consistent socialization

Activities planned with Pembroke:
Take them to a dog park or dog beach. No long hikes though as I don’t want them to get over heated. I do live by a forest preserve in case they enjoyed the smells

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:
Depends on the mistake. I feel like as long as you walk a dog enough they aren’t chewers or with pent up energy. You just have to make sure that they get their energy out

Discipline:
In obedience training you learn to say a firm no


Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time:
Crate during the day (until they can be trusted to be out of the crate). One day a week I have class and am prepared to hire a walker

Discipline:
In obedience training you learn to say a firm no
Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time: Crate during the day (until they can be trusted to be out of the crate). One day a week I have class and am prepared to hire a walker

House dog or outside dog?

House dog

People at home during the day?
No

Where would dog eat?
In the kitchen

Where would dog sleep:
I would buy a bed and have them sleep in my room

Play & exercise:
I live by a dog park and am prepared for three half hour walks a day

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

Breed/size restrictions?
Yes

Description of yard:

No yard but live near a park

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?
Katy Komarchuk

Willing to train children?
Yes but I have no 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?

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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Published / by Admin
State: {Applicant State:2} Date of Application: 01/16/2020 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:
Female
Color preferred:
Any color
Activity level:
Couch Potato, Outgoing, Quiet, Playful, Energetic

Other preferences:
Must get along with other dogs. Currently have a 8yr old Beagle mix

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 and family

Why do you want a Pembroke?
I had a Corgi before and she was a perfect fit for our family. She was a stray that was unclaimed at animal control in the city I work in. Her small size allowed us to take her and our other dog on trips with us. I am familiar with excessive shedding and barking that is common in the breed. I am also aware of common health issues.

Activities planned with Pembroke:
Walking, playing in the yard, shopping at "pets allowed" stores, and overall companionship.

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:
Try to retrain through repetition.

Discipline:
Positive reinforcement. Training with reward treats.


Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time:
At home. We prefer our dogs have free roam of the home at all times but that is something that depends on each dog. If necessary the dog may be kenneled during night time hours or when I am away from the home.

Discipline:
Positive reinforcement. Training with reward treats.
Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time: At home. We prefer our dogs have free roam of the home at all times but that is something that depends on each dog. If necessary the dog may be kenneled during night time hours or when I am away from the home.

House dog or outside dog?

House dog

People at home during the day?
Yes, there is usually always someone home during the day.

Where would dog eat?
In our mudroom

Where would dog sleep:
In a kennel or dog bed in our bedroom

Play & exercise:
We have a very large fenced in yard with plenty of room to run around. We also take frequent camping trips that involve walking and hiking. We also have another dog that would enjoy a playmate.

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

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?
Approx 3/4 acre fenced yard. Wire and wood fencing that is 6' high.

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:

Acreage that has 3/4 acre fenced in. Total of 2 acres of property.

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?
Myself and my husband

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, I would like to conduct a proper meet and greet prior to adoption. Post adoption if I experience problems, I would seek assistance from trainers.

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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Published / by Admin
State: {Applicant State:2} Date of Application: 01/17/2020 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:
Any age
Gender preferred:
Either a Male or a Female
Color preferred:
Any color
Activity level:
Other (Please describe in the box below.)

Other preferences:
We have a 12 yr old female Beagle whose activity level is probably medium!

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?

Us

Why do you want a Pembroke?
We love the size and personality of the corgi. We live in town and have a large yard but don’t want a large dog. We love how friendly and devoted they are too. We had a lovely fellow named Myles in our family. Everyone loved him and he loved everyone too.

Activities planned with Pembroke:
We walk on a leash three times each day, play with him with toys and generally enjoy everything about him.

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 use one word commands in a firm but calm voice at the time the mistake happens. If we don’t actually catch the mistake as it happens we have to just move on because he/she won’t understand why they’re being disciplined. We don’t crate them for punishment.

Discipline:
Positive reinforcement for good behavior and for bad behavior try to stop him/her in the act and use commands.


Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time:
Indoors anywhere on the ground floor. We have a ranch house with a basement so we keep the basement door closed. Our other corgi did not like going on the stairs.d

Discipline:
Positive reinforcement for good behavior and for bad behavior try to stop him/her in the act and use commands.
Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time: Indoors anywhere on the ground floor. We have a ranch house with a basement so we keep the basement door closed. Our other corgi did not like going on the stairs.d

House dog or outside dog?

House dog

People at home during the day?
Yes, Dave is home all mornings and Marie gets home by 5.

Where would dog eat?
In the mudroom at a separate time from our beagle so he/she can have meal time without competition from another dog.

Where would dog sleep:
In the mudroom or, if they are crate trained, in the crate.

Play & exercise:
He/she gets walked 3 times a day on the leash. We don’t let them off leash outside.
We try to play a little every day when someone comes home.

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:

¾ acre lot with a 50’s ranch home so it’s a large lot with a small home. We have quite a few trees and a vegetable garden. It is fenced on two sides in the back, no fences in front.

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?
Jointly Dave and Marie

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?
Absolutely

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: 01/17/2020 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:
Sable & White, 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?

Myself 🙂

Why do you want a Pembroke?
I want a corgi because that is my desired dog to have. I love them because they are very playful and lovable. I've done plenty of research and have a few friends with corgis and I can't see myself adopting another breed.

Activities planned with Pembroke:
we would go to lots of parks since I live fairly close, we will have our time together with daily walks, will for sure take my corgi to any/many dog events so they can make friends. My apartment building also does monthly animal get togethers so we would be attending those events.

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 him "no"

Discipline:
I make sure to tell them "no" and send them to their cradle for a "time out"


Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time:
at home, apartment playground, and close by parks

Discipline:
I make sure to tell them "no" and send them to their cradle for a "time out"
Where would Pembroke spend the majority of the time: at home, apartment playground, and close by parks

House dog or outside dog?

House dog

People at home during the day?
yes

Where would dog eat?
the best dog food there is to provide

Where would dog sleep:
he or she will have their own bed but is more than welcome to sleep in my bed for cuddles

Play & exercise:
we have an indoor playground in my apartment so when it's too cold he can play during that time. we would go on daily walks. there are also major parks and lakeshore drive that my corgi will enjoy

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:
Apartment

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:

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?
Leila (ME)

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?
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}