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Urban Coyotes: Neighors in a Frenzy

Urban coyotes live in just about every city in the US and many in Canada. Usually the resident…See More
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Urban Coyotes: Neighbors in a Frenzy

Started by Vicky Hay in Other yesterday. 0 Replies

Urban coyotes live in just about every city in the US and many in Canada. Usually the resident humans don't even notice them, so skilled are they at seeking cover. However...If people feed them -- either deliberately or unwittingly (by leaving cat…Continue

Tags: pets, wildlife, urban, dogs, and

A reminder to all: Puncture wounds are not always immediately obvious!

Started by Beth in Corgi Health. Last reply by Vicky Hay yesterday. 17 Replies

I have counseled people in the past when their dog is attacked by another dog to monitor closely for several days even if there are no obvious injuries, because puncture wounds under fur can be almost impossible to see.  Well, this week I had to…Continue

Tags: abcess, attack, wound, puncture, fight

Help!! Swallowed inch long price onf Edible bone!

Started by Mary Margaret in Regional Events ONLY. Last reply by Vicky Hay yesterday. 1 Reply

I need some advice! My 11Ibs. Puppy has swallowed about an inch long piece of an edible puppy bone. We don't know what to do. Should we take him to the vet or wait it out and see if it passes? How does your Corgi handle digesting objects like this?…Continue

Pray for Tipper!

Started by Rachelle N in Corgi Health. Last reply by Rachelle N yesterday. 8 Replies

Had to take Tipper to the vet today as she suddenly started walking funny on her back legs and yelped in pain when I touched her back. The vet examined her and told me that she might have the start of a disc problem in her back--she didn't do x-rays…Continue

Tags: problem, back

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Started by Mikhail Cherkassov in Other. Last reply by Mikhail Cherkassov yesterday. 5 Replies

Leo in suspense style.Watch on YouTube.https://youtu.be/92KGgttMvBs…Continue

Obsessive about my whereabouts +Suddenly jumping, barking at nothing?

Started by Emma Högberg in Corgi Behavior. Last reply by Emma Högberg on Saturday. 13 Replies

Hi all! I have a big issue with our welsh corgi Bowser, he has gotten neutered recently but this behaviour is not new. The biggest thing is, he has his pen downstairs, comfy and gets food there, not to go potty but to relax and just be. My husband…Continue

Tags: whining, following, barking, jumping

Rx Warning: Skin med fatal to dogs

Started by Vicky Hay in Corgi Health. Last reply by Tauna and Kota on Saturday. 1 Reply

A reminder to be extremely careful with prescription (or OTC) medications when you have dogs in the house:…Continue

Tags: poisons, household, medications, human, toxic

BONKERdogs!

Started by Vicky Hay in Corgi Behavior on Friday. 0 Replies

Well...that was an experience. I've never had my dogs behave like this before. And am kind of mystified about the dynamics:Last night I had some friends over for dinner. My son joined us. Since Thursday is a workday for him, he brought Charley the…Continue

Tags: barking, communal

How did your corgi show you they were done with their crate?

Started by Ann Chris in Corgi Behavior. Last reply by Vicky Hay on Thursday. 5 Replies

Hello, I tried to look and see if there is anything about this on the site but wasn’t having much luck. Lucy is almost 7 months old (Pembroke Welsh Corgi) and has done very well with crate training. We did have a brief issue with her peeing in her…Continue

Tags: crate-trainng, corgi, crate

Question about my corgi and aggression

Started by Ashley in Corgi Behavior. Last reply by Vicky Hay on Thursday. 1 Reply

Hello,I have a 3 year old Pembroke Welsh Corgi. His name is Loki...I'm wondering if I should regret naming him that...Let me begin by saying he is not neutered and he has a touch of aggression, but I am not even sure what kind of aggression it is.…Continue

 
 
 

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