This week’s Arlington Pet of the Week is Zelda, a corgi who loves the Shirlington dog park. Here is what her owner, Eva, had to say about her:
Zelda is an 11 month old corgi we adopted from a family in Stanley, VA. Her previous home raised French and English bulldogs, but Zelda wasn’t a good match for the pack of bulldogs (she kept trying to play and herd them in the summer heat!) so we ended up adopting her in October. She is an absolute delight and has quickly learned life as a city dog in Arlington, VA.
Out on walks, Zelda has a notably calm and sweet persona with strangers and particularly loves children — she will run up and give them a big kiss if given the opportunity. We visit Shirlington Dog Park 3-4 times a week, where she loves making friends and running around in circles trying to herd doggies and humans alike. We also recently attended the Annapolis Corgi Club Halloween Parade (yes, there is an Annapolis Corgi Club!) where Zelda won a prize for her sushi costume.
Want your pet to be considered for the Arlington Pet of the Week? Email [email protected] with a 2-3 paragraph bio and at least 3-4 horizontally-oriented photos of your pet. Please don’t send vertical photos, they don’t fit in our photo galleries!
Each week’s winner receives a sample of dog or cat treats from our sponsor, Becky’s Pet Care, along with $100 in Becky’s Bucks. Becky’s Pet Care is the winner six consecutive Angie’s List Super Service Awards, the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters’ 2013 Business of the Year and a proud supporter of the Arlington County Pawsitively Prepared Campaign.
Becky’s Pet Care provides professional dog walking and pet sitting in Arlington and all of Northern Virginia, as well as PetPrep training courses for Pet Care, CPR and emergency preparedness.
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