Posted by Sammy on February 4, 2021 at 11:07am 0 Comments 0 Likes
One thing that Sammy loves is his AM and PM walks. So much so that when it's harness/leash time he is SO wound up with barking and bouncing that he can become dangerous to hands hooking him up. The hands could be collateral damage LOL.
It's obviously total excitement about the walk---or is it pooping? Within just a minute of so on the walk we have pooping. How do I calm him down without raining on his excitement or delaying his pooping?
After a year of rescuing him he's…Continue
Posted by Samantha on January 30, 2021 at 10:44am 1 Comment 2 Likes
Hi everyone! I'm (re)joining the site after many years. Previously, I was here as "Copper" but he left to join St. Peter's Pearly Gates Frisbee Chasing team in September 2019. Mom and Dad and my brother brought me home last summer and we have very quickly fallen in love with each other. :-)
Started by Birdie and Chief in Corgi Health Dec 5, 2021. 0 Replies 1 Like
My new puppy has a funny smell it almost smells like onions. It is not his butt ears or his breath. I changed his food as soon as we brought him home and that hasn’t helped either. The smell is obviously coming from his skin but there are no signs…Continue
Started by AMY HANEY in Regional Events ONLY Aug 19, 2021. 0 Replies 0 Likes
9 yo corgi with torn ccl is there a nonsurgical treatment for this?
Started by Sammy in Corgi Behavior. Last reply by Sammy Jan 19, 2021. 2 Replies 0 Likes
Somehow the old hand signal for "SIT" is terrifying Sammy now. I realized it was my extended hand, palm down toward but not always over his head. We all know they don't like over the head stuff but I wonder if a recent visit to the vet restarted…Continue
Started by Rebecca S in Corgi Behavior Dec 23, 2020. 0 Replies 0 Likes
Our girl is super food-motivated, which I gather is common with this breed. We feed her the recommended amount twice a day, and our vet is happy with her current weight. We do not feed her people food, or from our plates, and any treats she gets are…Continue
Started by Murphy in Corgi Health. Last reply by Chili Oct 31, 2020. 6 Replies 0 Likes
My little guy is almost 7. Out of the blue late last night he had sudden trouble with his hind legs which I noticed when he went to the bathroom. By the time he went to bed about 30 minutes later, he could barely stand up or move his legs and he was…Continue
Started by Rebecca Marie O'Bryan in Corgi Health. Last reply by Sandy StJohn-Yewbee's 4ever mom Aug 26, 2020. 3 Replies 0 Likes
I was wondering if anyone had any recommendations for supplements or things I could do to ease Baden's joint/hip pain? I…Continue
Started by Christine in Regional Events ONLY Aug 22, 2020. 0 Replies 0 Likes
Is an awful disease.. Lost our girl today after a sudden diagnosis within 72 hours.
Started by John Wolff in Rescue, Adoption, Rehoming Classified. Last reply by Alison Prasavath Jun 28, 2020. 1 Reply 2 Likes
Possible home for an adult/senior corgi. North Seattle, WA. Long-time corgi household, fenced yard. Al, a nearly 14 y.o. corgi, lives here now.Continue
Tags: adult, rescue, older, senior, washington
Started by Sammy in Corgi Behavior. Last reply by Sammy May 17, 2020. 2 Replies 0 Likes
I'll start with a brief question: my adopted 5 year old M Pembroke has been with me for 10 weeks but (yes, let sleeping dogs lie) when aroused or disturbed while in what my trainer calls "rem sleep" he becomes threatening....growling and (believe…Continue
Started by Amanda in Breeders Review. Last reply by Chris Liu May 14, 2020. 17 Replies 0 Likes
Hello there! New to this site AND soon new to be Corgi mommy. I have always had "big" dogs and w/some pushing from a persistent 11 year old I have found room in my heart to seek out and adopt a little corgi.Long story short...they are hard to find…Continue
New puppy strange odor
Posted by Birdie and Chief on December 5, 2021