This is Eliot! He’s half cardigan welsh corgi and half staffordshire terrier.
The community in Stonington, CT, really came together this week to give lovely Lexi a reunion with her owners after she got loose by accident six days ago. So glad her story had a happy ending!
This is Gracie's littermate, also recently adopted! She has very different coloration, but the same shortish stature and magnificent ears! Gracie's family wonders if there's miniature Australian Shepherd in there… certainly the sibling reminds me some of those lovely BC-Corgi mixes.
Reader Jennifer sent in these photos of their lovely, newly-adopted three-month old puppy, Grace, along with some guesses of what she might be mixed with. What do you think, dear readers? Pomeranian? Husky? Miscellaneous spitz? Coy dog? Koala bear? Whatever she is, she’s adorable!
This is Sierra. She is a 7yr old Corgi mix. She is the happiest, sweetest and smartest dog ever. She was abandoned in the back of my friend’s pickup truck while he was at a gas station in South Carolina. She is approximately 50lbs so she’s a pretty big girl for her height. We don’t know what she is, does anyone here have a guess?? I’d love to know your opinions.
This is Chief. We believe he is a Corgi/Shepherd mix, probably with some other things thrown in. We got him from the Jefferson County Humane Society in Steubenville, Ohio. We think that other than his floppy ears, he could be Cordi’s brother. He weighs about 29 pounds and is estimated to be between a year and a half and two years old. His vet calls him a “Sawed-off German Shepherd.”
Chief is a bit timid and sometimes snappy around strangers and other dogs, probably due to whatever experiences he had before he joined our family. He loves walks, fetch, and is very affectionate with his family, though.