We are so sad...in May we lost Doc (we had to put him down) and 2 months later, lost Anne, his life long mate (she died in her sleep, very peacefully). It has been a difficult summer after loosing both of them (Doc was 13 and Annie was 12). Will we ever get over this loss? All I know, it is extremely difficult now.
About 18 months ago we moved to the other side of the state. For awhile I went back to my old one since we had used them for about 20 years. It got old driving that far so we found one that we got personal references from people for. They have…Continue
First of all I want to thank this site and the members for all of the information here!! Our beloved corgi, Phoebe, got really sick last week with what turned out to be a bladder stone that completely prevented her from peeing. She ended up in the…Continue
Anyone tried to make a dog popsickle?Loki loves eating ice cubes so I was thinking, if I had a fowl carcass or some standing roast bones, maybe I could make stock and freeze it for a sort of flavoured ice cube for him.Continue
These darn corgis are overall so healthy that when one of them is under the weather, you don't quite know what to make of it.Ruby the (former) Corgi Pup is ailing. Barfed once yesterday but not in any alarming way. Then in the evening experienced an…Continue
I want to adopt two eventually. Was recommended to get them from separate litters and not at the same time. Is it better to get a boy or girl first? I have a cat, does it matter with male vs female Corgi?Continue
Hi fellow corgi parents! This is my first time posting and I'm really excited to find a site where I can relate to others and get tips on certain aspects for this wonderful breed. I just recently became a corgi parent about a year ago to a wonderful…Continue
Our boy has been weird with food since we got him -- not interested in eating his food much -- but now he's older I'm not so stressed about it. However, lately he's started eating all his food! Win! It could be a winter thing, not sure :DSo I'd just…Continue