This group is for the people whose corgis have been caught in the act of doing something naughty. Any evidence(pictures) or stories would be great!
Latest Activity: Mar 25
She would have probably fallen off the table. =P Abby is very curious about Furby but does not trust it at all. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmROI_PjKXM
I would have loved to be watching if that Furby suddenly started up while she was up there!
She is obviously starving.
I left my room for a quick trip downstairs and when I got back my dog was on my desk licking my dinner plate clean and not even caring that I’m asking why she is up there and using my “you were bad, so feel guilty” voice. She obviously has no shame when caught in the act of doing something naughty. Look at those puppy prints on my desk!
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@sam, You are exactly right. First I was worried that she swallowed an earring and the possibility of it puncturing her GI tract somehow, then I saw the gum package remnants and went into emergency mode.
@chris, What no pictures? I guess you were too concerned with her well being to worry about pictures, but it would have been fun!
Naughty Sophie story #2: We were having work done on the house by a guy whom we trusted implicitly. We took mother-in-law out for a leisurely lunch and visit to a museum, leaving Sophie in her crate in our bedroom so she would be out of the workman's way (she loved him and he'd play with her at the end of the day, so she'd have pestered him to no end if left loose). We came home a few hours later, opened the bedroom door, and found Miss S. in the midst of a huge mess (not that kind) on the floor -- chewed up tissues, pens, a lipstick, gloves, some earrings, and worst of all, the remnants of a pack of chewing gum. Looking around, I saw that she had been up on top of my dresser. On further investigation, I discovered that she had chewed through the lining of the outside pocket of my purse, which was hanging on the corner of the mirror, thus gaining access to its contents. That stinker figured out how to open her crate, somehow climbed on top of it, climb onto the dresser, and then had a party with the items on my dresser and in my purse. We took her to the vet ER and $800 later (stomach pumping, insulin reaction monitoring, etc. due to the xylitol in gum), and upon bringing her home, watched as she ran back to the scene of the crime, looking for her crate and more gum. Our workman felt terrible; he said he could hear her making noise in the bedroom, but he didn't want to go in there since that wasn't an area he had to work in and he didn't want to invade our privacy. After that, we gave him permission to check on our darling if he ever heard her making weird noises.
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