Morgi is a young male (aprx. 2 years) Pembroke Welsh Corgi looking for new home. I am a newly single mother with a young baby and I no longer have the time to commit to this sweet guy. He's an awesome dog and he LOVES me. It is going to be so hard to say goodbye. Will only go to an amazing home - I want him to be happier in his new home than he was with me. Morgi has a million different quirks (what Corgi doesn't?). Too many to list! He is frisbee obsessed and I take him to the park to play twice a day. He's really good! He is young and he needs to get that energy out. He's super loyal and aims to please. Knows basic commands but needs leash training. Is great around my baby and loves to let kids chase him at the park. He goes crazy when he sees cats, but he's afraid of the ones that stand their ground. :) Get's along great with other dogs but is protective of his frisbee. He could use some training - he needs the structure - but I just don't have the time. He is easily trainable. Morgi is very in shape (I swore I would not have a fat Corgi!) and he eats a home cooked diet consisting of chicken, chicken livers, and sweet potato. Wet food will do, but dry food is terrible (for all dogs) - it dehydrates him and will make his skin dry and he will get fat and be unhealthy. Morgi is a purebred; I paid a lot of money for him. He is very loved but he deserves a home that can give him the time he deserves... and demands. :) * Please understand that I am not giving up on him - he is my responsibility until the day he dies. I am just finding him a better home that will give him more love and attention than I am capable of right now. I hope that you will commit to him too. If things don't work out, I will come and get him and take him back no questions asked. He will always be my responsibility. I just ask that if you do adopt him, you commit to him. * Please understand Morgi is a HIGH ENERGY dog. He NEEDS to get that energy out everyday. Going for walks, playing frisbee, running with kids and other dogs. Also, training him would be great menatl exercise for him. If he doesn't get that attention and energy release, he will bug you all day long to walk him and he will steal your socks and your baby's toys even though he knows he's not supposed to have them, to try to get your attention. I never get mad at him. It's actually really cute.