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"Sunny and I (and my husband Mike) had so much fun at corgi-con this year! Thank you so much for the…"
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Anna Morelli replied to Heidi's discussion Herding Children
"Pups, like young children, have strong drives, lots of energy and short attention span.  Self…"
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"My corgi is 15 weeks and she is around 11 pounds.Maybe he is just going to be a "bigger"…"
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Weight Normal?

Posted by Chelsea Meredith on May 20, 2015 at 8:22am 3 Comments

Hi fellow corgi lovers! Gutie is almost fourteen weeks old now (I can't believe it) and he's already 15 pounds! Is that normal? The vet said he's in great condition but after reading others' posts about corgi weight I feel as though he's a monster!

Georgia Renaissance Festival Corgis

Posted by Bogart the Cardigan on May 17, 2015 at 8:01am 4 Comments

Thanks to Sarah Bradley for suggesting we attend the Georgia Renaissance Festival during "dog weekend" - I think there were about 10-12 Corgis present, some dressed up, some "au naturelle" - everyone had a good time!  Lots of attention, people wanting to take pictures and pet our dogs.  Bogart was wiped out when we got home from all the sights, sounds and attention!  Here are some photos of Bogart, and also his friends Archie (the Knight) and Vicca (the Princess) with Sarah Bradley - their…



Herding Children

Started by Heidi in Corgi Behavior. Last reply by Anna Morelli yesterday. 9 Replies

Any tips on training a corgi not to herd children? I know they are herding dogs, so I expected it to happen..I've tried the coins in a soda can, a squirt bottle, yelping, screeching, yelling no...any tips would he lovely. Thank you!

Corgis Available for adoption in the SLC, UT area!

Started by Jennifer & Nigel in Rescue, Adoption, Rehoming Classified. Last reply by Stephanie yesterday. 1 Reply

I saw this guy on KSL were available for adoption…Continue

Tumor! Oh no! :(

Started by Starry in Corgi Health. Last reply by Becky Focht on Tuesday. 21 Replies

I found a tumor on Madison yesterday. I'm taking her to the vet today but I'm all worried about how much its removal is going to cost and with whether or not it's cancerous. I just got this dog in January and I was so lucky to get her. It was pretty…Continue

Cauda Equina Syndrome

Started by Laurie and Sadie in Corgi Health. Last reply by Laurie and Sadie on Tuesday. 7 Replies

Does anyone have any experience with cauda equina syndrome? My Sadie was just diagnosed with it and isn't handling meds well. I'm getting worried. Please let me know your experience.

"Don't look into his eyes..."

Started by John Wolff in Corgi Behavior. Last reply by Geri & Sidney on Monday. 7 Replies

Science 17 April 2015 pp. 274, 280 $ 333"Don't look into his eyes," I often warn passersby of Al.  "That's how they control our minds."It's true.So these idiot scientists have figured out that the mutual eye-gazing behavior between dog & human…Continue

Tags: gazing, eye, science, oxytocin, human

Neuture? Or breed?

Started by Brenda & Pemmy in Other. Last reply by Jane Christensen on Sunday. 12 Replies

Hi everyone,It's been two months since Pem entered our home. We are in love with her. She's a fast learner, almost house broken, listens to her name. Everyone loves her. I'm spending a lot of time socialising her. I'm taking her everywhere: play…Continue

Tags: Breeding


Started by Karen Knuff in Regional Events ONLY. Last reply by Vicky Hay May 15. 6 Replies

I am just wondering about other people who crate their corgis overnight with the door closed.  My Tilly, now 9 months old, loves going in there at bedtime and also sleeps there during the day if she is super sleepy, but with the door open.  She…Continue


Started by megumi nakamura in Corgi Health. Last reply by Stephanie May 14. 24 Replies

12-yr-old-Alie's having DM (degenerative myelopathy), can hardly lift up her left back leg well. She sill walks and sometimes looks normal but it's getting worse as I see. Thinking of buying a stroller, just take her outside to do her business.…Continue

Exercise before fully vaccinated?

Started by Jenna in Corgi Health. Last reply by Anna Morelli May 13. 7 Replies

I have a new Corgi puppy, she is 10 weeks old.  She is SUCH a doll.  I work 8-4:30 M-F and I live alone with my Chihuahua.  I am trying to make sure my new Corgi, Sicily, gets enough mental stimulation and exercise before she is fully vaccinated.I…Continue

Tags: training, play, exercise

Aggressive Corgi Puppy

Started by Sean & Mal in Corgi Behavior. Last reply by Anna Morelli May 12. 25 Replies

So here's the deal, Pickles is now 11 months old (PWC), and spoiled rotten.  When we got him from the breeder he was the biggest in his litter and most definitely the alpha of the group. Knowing this, my girlfriend and I have made it a priority from…Continue

Tags: Welsh, Problems, Bathing, Sleeping, Pembroke

Top Content 

1 Herding Children

Herding Children

Posted by Heidi on May 18, 2015

2 Cauda Equina Syndrome

Cauda Equina Syndrome

Posted by Laurie and Sadie on May 18, 2015

3 Neuture? Or breed?

Neuture? Or breed?

Posted by Brenda & Pemmy on May 14, 2015

4 Georgia Renaissance Festival Corgis

Georgia Renaissance Festival Corgis

Added by Bogart the Cardigan on May 17, 2015

5 Weight Normal?

Weight Normal?

Added by Chelsea Meredith on May 20, 2015


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