Discussion in 'Say Hello!' started by Phil Hughes, Jul 16, 2017.
Welcome to the Sheltie Forum! Corgis are great dogs, and definitely similar to the shelties.
We got a call from the Jacksonville Sheltie Rescue this past week and this morning we went for a visit and met with Kosi (short for Kamikazie). He is 7 years old and just a delightful little fella. I guess he figured we were OK because he decided to come home with us. He spent the better part of the day searching around the house and just taking it easy. He did not want to go out in the backyard much so spent the day inside although we did take him out for a walk through the neighborhood a few times. Being already crate trained he went right in to his crate when I put him bed. We are all going for a walk in the park in the morning. It feels really good to have paws in the house again.
Oh wow, that's fantastic news. Love to see a picture of him. Is he a sable?
It was really nice news - seems that Kosi has been waiting for you too
- Yes, it's hard to do without paws in the house
I simply could not wait, I wonder if it's not this beautiful little boy.
What an absolutely adorable Sheltie! I know those heart warming little steps make your heart whole!
Bless you for adopting!
Can't wait to hear news of upcoming adventures!
Post pictures when you can!
Have not been able to figure out how to out pictures on here yet (We already have several) but you can see him here: https://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/38057547
Kozi is a real cutie
So happy that your search ended up with you getting an adorable Sheltie boy! He looks like a bi-black, (black and white only, no brown) like my Brooke. Congratulations, you can post photos by joining and becoming a premium member, or by including a link to a photo sharing account, like photobucket, flickr, or imgur in your next post. Yes - more photos and stories, please! He sounds like a real smarty-pants guy.
A new face in the neighborhood!
Thanks, I just signed up as a premium member. Kosi has only been with us 10 days but he is already becoming a member of the family.