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Posted by Kim Baker on July 28, 2015 at 2:28pm 8 Comments

Hello -

I just wanted to see if anyone has any experience with urethral cancer in a spayed female.  We just found out on Saturday that Gracie has a tumor which will ultimately block her from being able to pee and there is nothing that can be done.  We do have her on an NSAID and are hoping this will shrink the tumor to give her longer.  I really have no idea how long she has with us - she is a healthy 11 year old and is not acting any different than she did 6 years ago....(except the…


Altoid first aid kit pet/people version

Posted by Marcie on July 27, 2015 at 6:01pm 7 Comments

I have been toying with the idea of making an altoid first aid kit for outings with Becca. I've checked online for suggestions and have some basic ideas for what to include. I'd like to merge them into a kit for people and dogs. It will be used for everything from the beach to hikes.

My list so far:



gauze pads

alcohol pads


duct tape wrapped around a mini sharpie

tweezers or small knife including…



Severe resource guarding issues

Started by Rosanna and Edwin in Corgi Behavior. Last reply by Bev Levy yesterday. 7 Replies

My corgi is now 7 months and is showing severe resource guarding food aggression. When we got her at 4 months we started making her meals mostly training sessions and did not feed her out of a bowl 80% of the time. When we fed her out of a bowl, we…Continue

Extreme brilliant genius corgi perfection finally achieved

Started by GPN in Regional Events ONLY yesterday. 0 Replies

Very high perfection of genius-ness (link to 20 second youtube video, all the genius-ness is compressed into twenty seconds)Continue

Treat for semi-supervised pen time?

Started by C_Lowe in Corgi Behavior. Last reply by Marina Holshevnikoff on Wednesday. 5 Replies

I'm wondering if anybody has suggestions for treats to occupy Tegan's time when she's in the x-pen?  She seems to be just fine going to sleep in the crate her when I need to leave the house, but she's not very happy being in the x-pen when I just…Continue


Started by Heather & Ellie in Corgi Health. Last reply by Heather & Ellie on Tuesday. 22 Replies

Ellie had two seizures within 12 hours over the weekend. Based on her behavior, I suspect she's been having them for the past week when I've been gone. I took her to the emergency vet both times I saw the seizures, and the second time they admitted…Continue

Tags: epilepsy, seizure

Food and respiratory allergy (reverse sneezing) UPDATE

Started by Anna Morelli in Corgi Health. Last reply by Anna Morelli Jul 24. 9 Replies

Over the past year I have been dealing on and off with respiratory allergies which appeared to be seasonal. First one dog, then another, then another, sometimes they took turns... As the various seasons rolled by I gave medication when needed, as it…Continue

Tags: food, sneezing, reverse, allergy, respiratory

Corgi's intelligence

Started by Al Gaiv in Basic Breed Info. Last reply by susan Jul 23. 69 Replies

Gosh, I keep seeing this intelligence ranking being pushed on the web:, again and again...and the corgi is ranked 11 in the list. I wonder if there is any…Continue

Treat Alternative for House Training?

Started by Sarah Sidronio in Corgi Behavior. Last reply by Vicky Hay Jul 21. 6 Replies

Gatsby joined our family last week and we couldn't be more thrilled! He is learning many things very quickly, and is a good boy. One issue, though - he doesn't like treats (weird, I know). He will go crazy for cheese when we are inside working on…Continue

HOT weather Corgis

Started by Josh & Butters in Regional Events ONLY. Last reply by Carl Koch Jul 20. 17 Replies

I currently live in San Diego and would like to move to Las Vegas in the coming years.  One issue I have is how HOT it will be in Nevada and Butters's ability to function/live in such a hot environment.  So I'm reaching out to fellow Corgi owners…Continue

Tags: nevada, arizona, vegas, las, weather

What do you feed your corgi?

Started by Sam Tsang in Corgi Health. Last reply by Chelsea Meredith Jul 17. 495 Replies

 Take the poll

Tags: diet, dog, food

Will Linus adjust?

Started by Nancy Geddes in Other. Last reply by Anna Morelli Jul 17. 7 Replies

Within the past six months, I have lost two of my three corgis (aged 14 and 13).  Aside from my personal grief, Linus, aged 8 is now left alone with me.  Please talk to me about whether I should consider another "adult" female corgi to help fill the…Continue

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2 Severe resource guarding issues

Severe resource guarding issues

Posted by Rosanna and Edwin on July 29, 2015

3 Treat for semi-supervised pen time?

Treat for semi-supervised pen time?

Posted by C_Lowe on July 27, 2015

4 Altoid first aid kit pet/people version

Altoid first aid kit pet/people version

Added by Marcie on July 27, 2015

5 Epilepsy


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