I am wanting to start a blog about responsible dog ownership. I talk a lot about responsible dog ownership on Reddit and I find myself writing the same things over and over. It will be easier and more thorough for me to write a blog that I can reference!
For one of my posts, I want to write an overview on owning Corgis for those thinking about adopting. Our midget pals are growing more popular with the Royal Wedding and all that, and as you know, Corgis really aren't for everyone. If I can prepare future owners for the task they face, I can go to sleep a happy owner.
So, what are things you wish you knew about Corgis before bringing one home? Anything. Temperament issues, health issues... whatever!
UPDATE: Since this thread was resurrected, thought I would put a link to the finished product: Own Responsibly: The Comprehensive Corgi Guide- A Resource for New ...
Better to ingnore you with....HAHAHAHAHAHA
Our Ein can be very stubborn on walks... Randomly he will decide that he has gone far enough and will plant those front paws into the ground and give us a look that clearly states "I'm done". He usually does this when he doesn't get his way (ie. we go in a differnt direction than he wants or when my husband walks him and I decide to stay home). Too darn smart for their own good... Hopefully some obedience classes will snap him out of this.