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Brindle Cardigan Welsh Corgi Mix For Adoption Dallas TX

Meet Masala, Brindle and White Cardigan Welsh Corgi French Bulldog Mix Dog For Adoption in Dallas Texas

Masala is a 2 year old mutt, thought to be a mix of French Bulldog and Cardigan Welsh Corgi along with a number of other breeds. Masala is in good health, and weighs about 45 pounds. She is house broken and crate trained. Masala is fixed, up to date on shots, and micro-chipped.

This very pretty little dog has so many qualities that make her almost irresistible; a sunny smile that can cheer you up on your darkest days, her contagious joy for life, her super affectionate personality, her playfulness – she can be a cute  brindle clown when she wants to, and her sensible-ness – she likes to be active, but she is also content to snuggle up to her favorite human on the sofa.

Masala is great with respectful children and other dogs. At home alone, she is 95 percent perfect and 5 percent needing  a little work. Masala is incredibly smart. She already has many tricks and commands in her “cuteness arsenal” and is very food-motivated (but aren’t we all?)

Masala’s only real issue is leash reactivity when she sees other dogs while out on a walk. Her owner is a young man living in a very urban area of Dallas, and it seems that the hustle and bustle of city life is not for Masala. She tends to be anxious a fair amount of the time, and as her owner says, she “loses her s**t” when she sees another dog when she is out for a walk.

As much as it breaks his heart, her owner wants Masala to live her best life. He realizes that she needs a home with a great big securely fenced yard to play in. Another friendly dog and a couple of fun kids to play with will be the icing on the cake. It may take her a while to get used to her new home and family, so in adopting Masala, that is something that you will need to understand.

If you have room in your heart and home for this amazing medium sized mixed breed dog, please offer Masala her forever home to day. She can’t wait to join your family.

Request to Adopt Masala Here

There is a $150 adoption/rehoming fee. Supplies and veterinary records will be included.

Questions about Masala? Contact our Dallas Dog rehoming team today.

Text “Masala” to (888) 833-2128 or email Masala@Dog-lover.us. We look forward to hearing from you.


Brindle Cardigan Welsh Corgi Mix For Adoption Dallas TX

All About Masala – Mixed Breed Corgi Frenchie Dog For Adoption in Dallas Texas

Name of Pet: Masala
Location: Dallas, Texas, 75231
Type of Pet: Dog
Breed of Pet: mixed breed Possibly Frenchie and Cardigan Welsh Corgi
Sex of Pet: female
Age of Pet: 2
Spayed/Neutered?: Yes
Health Problems: No
Behavior Issues: Yes Leash reactivity is a big thing with her and will need a home with a backyard. She does great with other dogs at daycare or other controlled environments, but loses her mind when she sees one while out on a walk. Beyond that, she has some anxiety issues and is slow to warm up to strangers.
Up To Date on Vaccinations: Yes
Gets along with cats: Unknown
Gets along with dogs: Yes
Good with Children?: Unknown
House Broken ?: Yes
Crate Trained?: Yes
Accessories Included: Bed, crate, a box of toys, leash, harness, seatbelt, clickers, whatever food/treats I have, whatever heartworm/flea medication I have.

I’ll probably write a guidebook of sorts that covers the basics of what she likes/doesn’t like as well as information regarding the training I’ve done, collection of useful resources, and other training related information.

Brindle Cardigan Welsh Corgi Mix For Adoption Dallas TXMasala’s Personality

That’s not too difficult! She’s an absolute love bug and loves cuddling with me on the couch. She’s not overly energetic, but is still very playful. She’s incredibly trainable and food motivated. She knows a good number of tricks and could always learn more. She’s not a huge fan of it, but she does do all right at home alone. She’s not very destructive and has a good understanding of what she should be chewing on; the only time she does is when some random plastic thing she doesn’t recognize ends up on the floor.

Masala’s Favorite Toys, Foods, Activities?

Her favorite toy is her flirt pole, which we probably play with for a good 20 minutes every day. Her other favorite game is “find it”. I tell her to “go hide” in the kitchen where she can’t see the rest of the living room. I then hide a piece of kibble somewhere around my apartment. Once I say “find it’, she’ll come sprinting out of the kitchen and start sniffing like crazy trying to find it.

  • She loves most food, but her favorites are dried chicken breast and string cheese.
  • She’s a chewer and spends a decent amount of time every day digging into her favorite bone.
  • Daycare is probably her favorite place besides home. She’ll run herself ragged playing with the other dogs.
  • She’s quite the napper and likes lounging with me on the couch. She’s actually snuggled up against me as I’m writing this.
    Cute Masala Story:
  • Coming home to her when I’ve been out is always adorable. She’s been getting especially excited since I’ve been working from home since March. The first thing she does after jumping up to say hi is find her bone and then run circles around the coffee table with it in her mouth; no idea why. She’ll usually lay down and chew on it for like 10 seconds and then run over to say hi again.
  • She also will make it clear if she doesn’t feel like she’s getting enough attention. She’ll pretty much just crawl on top of me if I’m sitting in a chair on my laptop or on the couch. She doesn’t do it all that often, but she’ll do silly things like wedge her self into the tiny space between me and the armrest just make sure i know she’s there (she normally just hopes onto the couch next to me)

Why is Masala Being Rehomed?

She just needs a backyard. Living in an apartment is hard on both of us. Every trip outside to pee puts her on edge and going for long walks always runs the risk of getting to close to another dog and her losing her shit.

The fact that I’m finally following through and sending this breaks my heart because she’s so sweet and loving and know it would be hard on her, but, in the long run, I just think she’ll be better off in a more stable situation with a yard.

We’ve tried 8 medications, gone to a behaviorist, and worked with a couple trainers, but the stress when walking just won’t lessen. I really think most of her other anxiety related issues would lessen drastically if she had a backyard. I was really expecting to take her hiking, to dog parks, and out and about with me, but her anxiety really makes that hard.

Once her baseline anxiety is down, I imagine a lot of the training and work I’ve done will show through more, but I just don’t see it happening as long as we have to go out on a leash 3-4 times a day

Masala’s Perfect Adoptive Home Will Be:

Brindle Cardigan Welsh Corgi Mix For Adoption Dallas TX

To be honest, I’m going to be annoyingly picky. I’m not going to send her to a new home unless I know they can provide a better home for her than I can. Being in an apartment is hard, but I’ve learned to manage it and, if push came to shove, could continue to make it work with her. I’m not in a rush or have an immediate need so I’m ok waiting for the right home.

Main things (in order of importance):
1. Backyard
2. Owners committed to not using any aversive training methods (e.g. shock collars, prong collars, yelling, hitting, etc). I’m against them in general, but she responds especially poorly to that sort of thing.
3. Owners understand that she’ll have to mostly stay at home and shouldn’t expect to be taking her out and about (at the start especially)
4. Willing to put in effort to continue working on Masala’s anxiety (and understanding that will be 100% necessary if they hope to be taking her on outings).
5. Stable environment and no imminent plans to move. After a 6-12 months, I’m guessing moving wouldn’t be as much of an issue, but a move soon after rehoming would be hard on her.
6. Owner looking for a hobby/interested in dog training. I’ve done a lot of training and someone that will keep up with that would be great. Obviously lowest on the list since it’s a stretch, but still would be a major plus.
Additional Comments:

I’d like to keep tabs and see how she is doing as well as try and make sure they are treating her well.

Brindle Cardigan Welsh Corgi Mix For Adoption Dallas TX

How To Adopt Masala

If you are interested in adopting this special 2 year old Brindle mixed breed French Bulldog Cardigan Corgi mix dog for private rehoming in Dallas Texas, please fill out our online meeting request below. Once received and reviewed, our staff will ask the pets owner to reach out to you and arrange a meeting.

Request to Adopt Masala Here

There is a $150 adoption/rehoming fee. Supplies and veterinary records will be included.

Questions about Masala? Contact our Dallas Dog rehoming team today.

Text “Masala” to (888) 833-2128 or email Masala@Dog-lover.us. We look forward to hearing from you.

Masala – Corgie Frenchie Mix Dog For Rehoming in Dallas Texas

Masala is a mixed breed Brindle French Bulldog Corgi mix dog for private adoption by owner in Dallas Texas. This pet is located close to the following towns and cities in Texas:

Highland Park TX,
University Park TX,
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Balch Springs TX,
Duncanville TX,
Farmers Branch TX,
Mesquite TX,
Grand Prairie TX,
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Addison TX,
Carrollton TX,
Garland TX,
Lancaster TX,
DeSoto TX,
Rowlett TX,
Dallas TX,

 

Adopt this sweet Brindle French Bulldog Corgi mix dog in Dallas Texas today.