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First time meeting a rabbit and jumped in a Chicken Coop

Posted by Denis J. on April 16, 2014 at 9:00am 3 Comments

Morning,

I'm not one to blog but this is too funny not to tell.

So it's the Sugar Shacks Seasons in our area so my wife and I were invited this past weekend to attend a maple sap boil and maple creation for kids.    They have their makeshift boiler in the back of their home with over 110 trees tapped to gather the sweet product.

The day is perfect, blue skies, warm weather, the snow is wet and soft but packed enough to walk on parts of the property.    I bring Wally with…

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What do others say about your corgis during play?

Started by Marina Holshevnikoff in Corgi Behavior 3 hours ago. 0 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

Weird Defensive Aggression

Started by Tomas Romano in Corgi Behavior. Last reply by Jane 4 hours ago. 5 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

Vomitting and diarrhea?

Started by Andrea in Corgi Health. Last reply by Natalie, Lance &Tucker 5 hours ago. 7 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

Charlie REALLY wants to say "hi"

Started by Adrien in Corgi Behavior 6 hours ago. 0 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

TICKS........

Started by Natalie, Lance &Tucker in MyCorgi.com Events. Last reply by Melissa and Franklin! 9 hours ago. 4 Replies

Found a tick on the top of Tuckers head today!!!!!  I tried the cotton ball and soap like I had read to do and that didnt work so I then put the rubbing alchohol on his head, that wasn't really successful either.  The only thing those two things did…Continue

Elderly Gus

Started by Joy Hauge in Corgi Health. Last reply by Anna Morelli 11 hours ago. 5 Replies

Our almost 14 yr old Cardi Gus is becoming an elder dogizen. He was just diagnosed with diabetes, but so far that is being managed well with diet change and insulin. He is almost completely deaf and his vision is going. He still loves to help in the…Continue

Possible Depression

Started by Autumn and Jonathan in Corgi Behavior. Last reply by Beth yesterday. 5 Replies

So, Dodger has been acting strange for about three months now. At first I had just thought he was just adjusting to the move when we had move to our new home back in December 2013, but now I'm starting to think he's depressed. No matter how much…Continue

Won't eat normal food and we're going away on holiday

Started by Bea S in Corgi Health. Last reply by Jennifer Markley yesterday. 13 Replies

Hi allI hope someone has some ideas to help us!Our Corgi, Fortie, won't eat his regular dog food, ie the dry food. He loves his treats, hangs around me while I'm preparing/eating food waiting for something to drop but when it comes to his food he…Continue

Tags: food, dry, eat, won't

CoatHook Pet Comb

Started by Jen, Yuki & Ellie in Deals yesterday. 0 Replies

Hey all!  I just wanted to pass along a neat product that will (hopefully) find its way into the market.  I found the CoatHook while…Continue

Nexgard

Started by Marcie in Corgi Health. Last reply by Holly yesterday. 3 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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Rally Al!

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