3.5 years old, adopted by fosters

Update October 4, 2022: Congratulations, Farley!

Please join us for another SECR-style celebration – today our boy Farley officially graduates from foster to adoptee!

Farley joined the SECR family back in May, more down on his luck than any dog should ever be. He only knew living outside, needed to catch up on years of lapsed health care, and was looking for a family that could give him the love and understanding he needed to get through severe PTSD following a car accident. When Farley joined us he got a foster family of humans and corgi siblings that were up to the task and they all devoted the time Farley needed to get healthy and learn to trust again. He also got an extra bonus – making two of the best corgi friends he always needed but never knew he had.

Farley has grown so much since the Spring. He smiles. He plays. He does all the dog things he missed out on during his pre-rescue life.  He’ll always have some work to do on his fear issues, but he’s with a family now that can see him through. It’s no surprise that, after all the work they’ve done together, Farley and his foster family have formed a very tight bond. One that none of them want to break.

Today we’re excited to announce that Farley has found his forever and has officially been adopted by his foster family.

Congratulations, Farley and family! We can’t wait to hear about all the adventures in store for you and your two corgi sidekicks!

May 22, 2022: Welcome Farley!

Please join us in welcoming our newest newbie to the SECR family. Say hello to Farley!

Farley is a sweet young boy who’s been down on his luck for quite some time and needs our help to recover and get on track to a good corgi life. Weighing in at just 13.5 pounds, this little guy is malnourished, dehydrated, and very behind on routine veterinary care. He’s also dealing with PTSD following a car accident. Physically Farley was lucky, having only some bruising from the accident, but the experience caused mental trauma resulting in issues with fear and anxiety. Farley is a work in progress, but we can already tell he’s a trooper and is worth every minute of the time we’ll spend getting him up to a healthy weight, caught up on vet care, and socially ready for life with a safe, new family.

He saw our vet on Friday to get his first series of vaccines, a de-wormer, and a prescription and probiotics for stomach upset. He’ll be headed back soon for the rest of his vaccines (after he gains a little weight), a neuter, and a dental. His teeth are in rough shape and causing him pain, so he’ll likely need an extraction. In the meantime, Farley’s foster parents and his corgi and corgi mix foster siblings will be focusing on helping him gain weight, build trust, and get all the love he needs to begin to thrive.

Farley is not available for adoption at this time.