A group for all of us Arizonan corgi lovers and anyone that wants to join!
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Started by Julie & Lloyd. Last reply by Regina Scholz May 17.
Started by Regina Scholz May 17.
Started by Scott+Nicola+Brody. Last reply by Jerry & Liz Hingtgen Mar 30.
Just putting this out, in case anyone might be interested. We have decided to try to find a perfect home for out much loved Brick (2/3 corgi 1/3 German Sheppard). While he is a very good dog, loving, house trained, and all over well behaved, he just doesn't seem to like other dogs. He displays the corgi trait of hording, He takes his toys (all toys are HIS toys), treats, and sometimes (but not very often) food to his own location. His fluffy pillow in the corner or outside under the picnic table. While he has never fought any of our other dogs for his 'items' he has softly growled a time or two. We do allow this behavior as honestly, it seems he just doesn't like the other dogs. He prefers to stay outside as much as possible. We have a doggie door, so he is free to come and go as he wishes. It is our strong belief he would be just much happier in an only dog, or dog and cat household (he loves our cat, go figure). He is super wonderful with children (my sisters toddlers love him to death) and is a pure snuggle hog. He is quick with kisses and loves to talk back to you. He is neutered and up to date on shots, and is 1 year and 2 months old. We nickname him Doorstop, since he loves to lie against the screen in cooler months and just chill. He does get along very well with our rabbits and chickens and shows very strong herding instincts.
Please message me if this finicky guy seems like he might be your perfect fit. this was not an easy decision, but he is just not happy around our other dogs. We are in no hurry and wish to only find the perfect fit for him. Pictures are available on my page, or by request. I will be picky at finding him the right home. Thank you.
New Tucson Corgi Group:
Well, I'm a little late, but I just wanted to say I had a really good time yesterday at the Chapparel park meetup. It was nice to see Brody and Toby, and all the others up close and personal. I missed you Gromit and Sparkle! All your beautiful fur.....! After an event like this is is so hard to go home corgiless!
Hey Tucson Corgi Owners!
We had a Phoenix meet today in Scottsdale and we agreed to have our next location somewhere half way for you guys? So hopefully towards the end of summer we can include you guys... the more the merry right?
Would much rather have a meet up in Tucson and save the 2 1/2 hour drive to Scottsdale! We head home to northern Illinois about the third week in April and can come on the 6th. We have never been to a meet up--what goes on? Eve & Charity
I see all these Northern AZ corgi meets. Tucson has Corgis too! What about another Corgi meet before it get's too hot? May I suggest April 6th at 8am at the Brandi Fenton Dog Park in Tucson?http://www.pima.gov/nrpr/parks/brandi_fenton/BFMP_facility_dog_park.pdfLet's meet in the "small dog" area. And if you are so inclined, please invite your other low riders friends as well. Bassets, Dachshounds, and any other belly-ground-touching elongated furs!
We are winter visitors to Tucson and would love to connect with other corgi folks. Charity is our fourth corgi,now 16 months old. Will try to come to the meet up if it is within driving distance. Charity is registered but a "reject" because she a "fluffy" and the "wrong" color. To us and her entire fan club she is absolutely gorgeous, however!
Looking at the map, parking seems to be very limited at Pecos Park - ??
Has anyone considered Cosmo Park in Gilbert in the San Tan area close to the mall? There are 3 large fenced in dog areas and a little lake for dogs to swim in and green grass everywhere.
Pecos Park is here: http://goo.gl/maps/jfSkd
The sports fields and dog park tend to be very busy on the weekends. Might not be the best choice.
Years ago we had a corgi picnic at Kiwanis's Park in Tempe and it was very nice.
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