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Possible New Addition To The Family

Posted by Autumn and Jonathan on April 24, 2014 at 8:30pm 0 Comments

  I know this isn't corgi related that much, but this does affect Dodger, but I did want to share this. So a good friend had contacted me late last night about an urgent matter. She knows I run my own business and she knows I take part in a lot of stuff that involve helping out shelters and getting pit bulls adopted out. So she contacted me and she was very upset and frantic and she begged me to help out…


The Pipsqueak and the Gallumphing Giant and the Watch-Corgi

Posted by Vicky Hay on April 23, 2014 at 11:00pm 2 Comments

This noon my son dropped by and left the 90-pound Charley the Golden Retriever in my care. He -- son -- is headed off to Grand Junction, Colorado, with his father, uncle, and that tribe to celebrate his grandmother's 100th birthday. He'll be gone four days, and Charley is here,…



Elevated liver enzymes...what does this mean?

Started by Doglover in Corgi Health. Last reply by Natalie, Lance &Tucker 20 minutes ago. 3 Replies

My 10 month old puppy was incidentally found to have elevated liver enzymes ( ALT) when routine labs were drawn preoperatively for his neuter procedure. It was elevated at 209 (upper limit of normal is 75-100). My vet recommended rechecking again in…Continue

where to get a corgi????

Started by krista in Basic Breed Info. Last reply by krista 3 hours ago. 3 Replies

  So I am getting a puppy in the next couple of months, and I really want a corgi. The only problem is they are so expensive. And when I do find one that the price might work, it's in a different state and then I have to pay for shipping. I live in…Continue

Weird Defensive Aggression

Started by Tomas Romano in Corgi Behavior. Last reply by Avyon 5 hours ago. 8 Replies

As a puppy, Winston was all over bigger dogs at the dog beach and dog park; kissing, licking and so forth. As he's grown, he's been acting aggressively to dogs (especially puppies) that display the same behavior he did when he was young. He seems to…Continue

Tags: Aggression

What do others say about your corgis during play?

Started by Marina Holshevnikoff in Corgi Behavior. Last reply by Avyon 6 hours ago. 3 Replies

Since we started taking Jerry to the dog park a few weeks ago, I have been really pleased with his behavior, learning ability, social strides and, frankly, he is recall training haha.The dog park that is down the street from our house is very low…Continue

Tags: funny, dog-park, herding, play

Vomitting and diarrhea?

Started by Andrea in Corgi Health. Last reply by Avyon 6 hours ago. 9 Replies

So, Ein was a poop and puke machine yesterday. She had the bouts of the runs and was very puky. She puked all last night. We counted 11 times. She was also really defensive and barky. She kept snapping at the cat whenever she would come near the…Continue

Bark box size

Started by Marilu Orozco in Other. Last reply by Avyon 10 hours ago. 11 Replies

I want to subscribe to bark box but I'm not sure what size to get! Peaches is 18 weeks and weighs 13 lbs. I was thinking the small because it's for 20 lbs or less but she is going to grow and she does tear a lot of her toys now. Have any of you…Continue

Tags: puppy, size, box, Bark

Charlie REALLY wants to say "hi"

Started by Adrien in Corgi Behavior. Last reply by Beth 10 hours ago. 10 Replies

This is an issue that's been driving me nuts.My pembroke, Charlie, is almost 2 1/2. He's pretty good on a leash (minus some pulling when he sees squirrels, eating the occasional mystery food off the ground, etc.), except when he sees other dogs.…Continue

Tags: overly friendly, corgi, socializing, leash, walking

Possible Corgi Olympic Events

Started by Danika White in Corgi Behavior. Last reply by Jim Bangma yesterday. 65 Replies

After watching Bear playing today I've decided that we could have a Corgi Olympics with the following events: Rawhide Chucking (Both for height and velocity)Circle RunningFigure 8 Running (sister event to circle running)Ditch slalomTugging (with and…Continue

What do you feed your corgi?

Started by Sam Tsang in Corgi Health. Last reply by Kathleen Unsell & CODY on Tuesday. 461 Replies

 Take the poll

Tags: diet, dog, food


Started by Marcie in Corgi Health. Last reply by Melissa and Franklin! on Monday. 10 Replies

Has anyone heard of NexGard for flea and tick control? It is a chewable and is what my vet is pushing this year.

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1 New family member

New family member

Added by Bev Levy on April 19, 2014

2 Charlie REALLY wants to say "hi"

Charlie REALLY wants to say "hi"

Posted by Adrien on April 18, 2014

3 TICKS........


Posted by Natalie, Lance &Tucker on April 17, 2014

4 Bark box size

Bark box size

Posted by Marilu Orozco on April 26, 2013

5 Jumping up on people

Jumping up on people

Added by Tess and Penny on April 21, 2014


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