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Do you know my dog's breeder?

Posted by Melinda on October 21, 2014 at 9:27pm 1 Comment

So I'm really curious if anyone on here knows my dog's breeder. My aunt found Ruby for me so I never got the information. Her papers say the breeder Kyle Wilson. Her sire is Mad Man Murphy and her dame is Miss Molly Mahoney. She was born on 2/26/2013. I'm just curious. I know it's a long shot but I'd love to see Ruby's litter mates. My aunt no longer has the magazine the add was in. Google brings up nothing. It was in Greenfield, Indiana or just…


Allergic Ruby!

Posted by Vicky Hay on October 19, 2014 at 12:00pm 4 Comments

Ruby the Corgi Pup is doing exceedingly well these days. She's thriving.

Over the past few weeks she's had a growth spurt and is now almost as tall as Cassie. She weighed 21 pounds the other day, up from 16.

All of this came about after the vet and I made a little discovery: she's allergic to beef. Even as a tiny pup she looked a little wan around the eyes. Over time, her eyes took to running constantly. Vet thought it was an airborne allergy, and we were…



Too much of a good thing?

Started by Holly in Corgi Behavior 15 hours ago. 0 Replies

So I have been working to help Sully feel more secure and, in essence, helping her "grow a set" in the year or so since her adoption. I am happy to report she finally seems totally relaxed and content. On a less positive note, Sully has recently,…Continue

Life throws me curve

Started by Bev Levy in Regional Events ONLY. Last reply by Beverly, David and The Boys yesterday. 24 Replies

Things were going great in my life until my regular…Continue

Talking back

Started by Marcie in Corgi Behavior. Last reply by Linda yesterday. 4 Replies

Becca has been finding her voice. She still isn't a barker, but she mutters, especially when she wants something. At times it is cute, often it is exasperating. I've been trying to bring work home with me in order to be home earlier. She doesn't…Continue

How does your Corgi sleep?

Started by Charlee & Ally in Corgi Behavior. Last reply by Amy and Marlee yesterday. 10 Replies

I don't know about other corgis, but Charlee is definitely the type to sleep on her back 80% of the time. The other 20% she's finding the smallest cranny or nook to sleep in. Most of the time she's right next to me, especially when I've been gone…Continue

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Moving Cross Country with my Corgi

Started by Doglover in Information & Directory. Last reply by Anna Morelli yesterday. 3 Replies

We are moving from the East Coast to the West Coast with our 24 lb full grown adult corgi. Does anyone have any experience with transporting their corgis for moving? I'm terrified of the idea of transporting her in the cargo section of the airplane,…Continue

UPDATE: chunky monkey!

Started by Rebecca Marie O'Bryan in Corgi Health. Last reply by Laura and Tommy Jefferson on Monday. 28 Replies

i wanted to give everyone an update on how Baden is doing with his weightloss. i am so happy to report once i dropped his kibble to 1/3 of a cup and ditched the natural balance beef rolls for fresh pet food rolls which contain no sugar, he has lost…Continue

JBsHappy Valley Augustus 6/23/2000/-10/13/2014

Started by Joy Hauge in Rainbow Bridge. Last reply by Holly on Sunday. 8 Replies

We had to put dearest Gustofer to sleep on Monday. The house is soooo lonely. We miss him very much. He was the bestest old Woofdog ever.

Home-Made Dog Food vs. Fancy-Dan Commercial Dog Food

Started by Vicky Hay in Regional Events ONLY Oct 17. 0 Replies

Just made a little discovery about the swell-elegant premium dog food, as compared to Ruby and Cassie's amazing Alice's Restaurant You Can Get Anything You Want Home-made Dawg Food. Rather than rewriting a whole post in new words, I'm takin' the…Continue

Stuffed Animal Surgery

Started by Charlee & Ally in Corgi Behavior. Last reply by Autumn and Jonathan Oct 15. 22 Replies

Corgis not only collect stuffed animals, they also kill and disembowel them. Corgi owners must either replace them frequently or re-stuff and stitch. Corgis enjoy the ritual of a stuffed animal surgery.Continue

Wynn has a bladder stone:(

Started by Jane Christensen in Regional Events ONLY. Last reply by Jane Christensen Oct 15. 40 Replies

Wynn had to go to the vet for blood in his urine. Looking online  made things very scary for what it might be BUT it ended up being a single large(nickel size) bladder stone. He now has a special canned food for a month to see if it will dissolve…Continue

Top Content 

1 Life throws me curve

Life throws me curve

Posted by Bev Levy on October 16, 2014

2 JBsHappy Valley Augustus 6/23/2000/-10/13/2014

JBsHappy Valley Augustus 6/23/2000/-10/13/2014

Posted by Joy Hauge on October 18, 2014

3 Moving Cross Country with my Corgi

Moving Cross Country with my Corgi

Posted by Doglover on October 20, 2014

4 Allergic Ruby!

Allergic Ruby!

Added by Vicky Hay on October 19, 2014

5 RIP Gus Gus

RIP Gus Gus

Added by Alison Prasavath on October 14, 2014


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