Cheesehead Corgis

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Cheesehead Corgis

A group for Corgi owners, future Corgi owners, and lovers of the breed who live in Wisconsin. All Corgis, whether purebred or mixed, are welcome!

Location: Wisconsin
Members: 111
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Discussion Forum

2014 Corgi Picnic--Brainstorms and Ideas

Started by Flicker. Last reply by vicky hyde Mar 20. 5 Replies

Cheesehead Corgi Photo Contest

Started by Flicker Nov 2, 2013. 0 Replies

Backyard breeder?

Started by Libby Taylor. Last reply by vicky hyde Mar 27, 2013. 2 Replies

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Comment by Jennifer Balinsky on February 3, 2014 at 9:36pm

Thanks.  I will keep you posted. It's exciting to think about, but also makes me nervous. I don't want to upset Zippy. I had better start thinking like a member of the pack rather than like a human!

Comment by Chris Payerl on February 3, 2014 at 9:12pm
So Zippy might be getting a baby sister! Lucky you!
Comment by vicky hyde on February 3, 2014 at 8:15pm

Jennifer.... feel free to ask any time..... we are here for ya..............

Comment by Jennifer Balinsky on February 3, 2014 at 6:42pm

Thank you Vicky & Flicker for your comments about bringing in a new puppy to the pack. All good, helpful info. Thanks. 

Comment by Flicker on February 3, 2014 at 5:51pm

Thank you so much Becky!! That is some awesome news! Would the Friday before the picnic be ok to pick them up? I usually take the day off of work that Friday to organize any loose ends, so anytime that day is fine by me. As for returning them, I can do anytime as well. If you need them back that Saturday night, I can go right from the picnic to the church, or I can do Sunday as well--whatever works for you guys that won't interrupt your church service. :)

Comment by Becky S on February 3, 2014 at 10:57am

Hi Flicker, all set on the tables and chairs, we'll just have to coordinate when to pick them up, etc. but at least that way you don't have to rent them  Becky

Comment by Flicker on February 3, 2014 at 12:54am

You should be ok. Just as vicky said, just make sure you keep your pack order in line. You/People --> Older dog --> New puppy. Corgi's tend to be very jealous dogs, but as long as you make it clear that you are boss and that you give attention equally, everything should be fine. The only downside to adding a new Corgi is now instead of splitting that sandwich in half, you now have to split it into 3rds. :P

Comment by vicky hyde on February 2, 2014 at 5:26pm

SOMETIMES 2 GIRLS WON'T GET ALONG AND SOMETIMES 2 BOYS WON'T GET ALONG. IF THE NEW ONE IS A PUPPY......... YOU PROBABLY SHOULDN'T HAVE ANY PROBLEMS. BEFORE YOU BRING HOME THE NEW ONE, SEE IF THEY CAN PUT A LITTLE TOWEL WITH THE PUP YOU ARE GETTING AND GET THAT PUP'S SCENT ON IT AND BRING IT INTO YOUR HOME AND LEAVE WHERE YOUR OLD ONE WILL FIND IT. PRAISE HER ALOT. SHOULDN'T BE A PROBLEM. JUST MAKE SURE YOU GIVE THE OLD ONE LOADS OF ATTENTION WHEN YOU BRING THE NEW ONE HOME. GIVE HER A TREAT FIRST, GIVE HER PETS FIRST UNTIL SHE STARTS SETTLING IN WITH THE NEW ONE.

JUST NOTICED I HAVE MY CAPS ON.. SORRY......... JUST KEEP THE OLD GIRL AS THE NUMBER ONE DOG IN THE HOUSE.......  HOPE THIS HELPS. I HAVE MALES AND IT'S ABOUT THE SAME....

 

Comment by Jennifer Balinsky on February 2, 2014 at 4:55pm

I have a question about Corgis that I need help with. Has anyone heard that two female Corgi dogs won't get along? I have an 11 year old female and want a puppy and would like a female, but I've been warned that two female Corgis are trouble. I would like to hear comments on this issue.  Thanks.

- Jennifer

Comment by Becky S on January 28, 2014 at 3:14pm

Hi Flicker, on the tables I just need to check with the Trustees and make sure there isn't anything else already scheduled that they would need them for, I'll let you know next week.

 

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