Willie is a 3 year old, nuetered male corgi x mini aussie. He was born missing his left eye, but has not let that slow him down. He was raised with a liter mate brother, and has bundles of charisma. The decision to rehome Willie has been a long road since our daughter was born 14 months ago. He has always been cautious, almost skiddish, around her but recently became food aggressive with her. She had a snack at his level and after he had been pushed away, he snatched it from her hands leaving teeth marks but not breaking skin. I am uncomfortable with him around her. Willie is a great companion dog, always wanting to be with you or atleast in the same room. He is house broken and kennel trained, with few accidents. He knows some basic commands, 'kennel' 'out' 'outside' and 'go lay down' and has plenty of energy. When meeting new dogs he tends to be very submissive until he gets to know them, at which time he tries to herd them around the yard and play enthusiastically. He does not like loud unexpected noises, and will bark to alert you to them. He quickly settles down afterwards though. Due to not having one eye, his depth perception seems to be off a little bit, and does not like when furniture is moved. When excited he does like to jump. Willie would make a perfect pet for an adult family, or for a family with older children.