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Corgis Remembered

Post photos and memories of beloved corgis that are gone but never forgotten.

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30 year old photo - Rookie, w. baby Lindsay

Rookie loved Lindsay and was always there protecting her. I can't imagine ever worrying about how Rookie would react to the birth of Lindsay, our first baby. I also can't imagine keeping them apart. Prior to our babies, Rookie was always with me. No matter how late I'd be up working, he'd be right there with his regal head on my foot. He was incensed when we came home with a new Corgi, Maggie. Maggie was 14 wks. and Rookie was 6 mo. He tried every which way to keep from entering a room. When she persevered, he pushed her into our pool. Eventually they became inseparable best friends. But, Maggie never was devoted to the babies like Rookie. Maybe Rookie just kept them to himself.

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Losing my best friend :-(

Started by Carolyn Pippin and Gambler. Last reply by Lucy & Ricky-Rafa (Wendy/Jack ) Feb 15, 2012. 10 Replies

How do I ever get over losing my best friend? I had to make the awful decision to send her over The Bridge on Oct 10 2011. Still to this day I cry over losing her. I do have a new puppy coming Feb…Continue

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Comment by Bev Levy on April 7, 2011 at 3:34pm

Awww...

 

Comment by Rhonda on April 7, 2011 at 1:24pm

A Tribute to Barney - April 29, 1999 - May 30, 2011

 

A little bundle of joy

Brought home so long ago

We fell for him right from the start

The love was real, we know

 

At first it seemed he was ours to keep

So safe and sound…but, no

For looking back we realize

He came to help us grow

 

To teach of love unconditional

And friendship with no end

To make you feel a special way

He had broken hearts to mend

 

Always making welcome

Whoever would drop by

And help you through the sad times

With comfort when you cried

 

It’s true that living in our hearts

Even when they’re gone

Will keep alive the memories

That helps us to go on

 

But still we shed so many tears

The pain is real and deep

We think of all that we have lost

And dream of him in sleep

 

But now he runs and plays all day

Corki and Christi at his heel

The aches and pains will be no more

Only good things will he feel

 

And now he watches over us

To see that we’re okay

And we will keep on missing him

Until we meet again one day

 

We miss you, Barney

Comment by Marion Hebert on March 30, 2011 at 3:01pm
A very Happy Birthday to baby Kiya....
Comment by ♥ Kobi, Angel Kazi & Kiya♥ on March 30, 2011 at 9:02am
I haven't posted in awhile but I wanted to say to all my Corgi friends that you are ALWAYS in my heart ! In 20 days it will be one year my sweet Kazi left us :(. I still cry often and miss him horribly. On a happy note my new baby Kiya will be one year old on April 8th 2011.
Comment by Marion Hebert on January 13, 2011 at 3:10pm
My heart breaks for all those who knew and loved the wee Corgi, Little Marker Boy.  So glad you have the video that captures the joy he had in life and shared with his human family.   Wasn't he a lucky little fellow to be so loved....
Comment by Lucy & Ricky-Rafa (Wendy/Jack ) on January 13, 2011 at 2:32pm
I'm so sorry. He was so young. I hope he didn't suffer. But, it looks like his short life was a very happy one, and I hope that brings comfort.
Comment by Wendt Worth Corgi's on January 13, 2011 at 12:39pm

Mauser Marksman aka Little Marker Boy at birth was only 4 oz. and having some troubles surviving and rather then risk his survival for life over an ideal standard we decided to leave his tail undocked and leave his dewclaws. Here he is with his new owner making a visit so he could play with his litter mates that I kept for myself at 4 months old. This visit was Dec. 3, 2010 on our first snow storm and glad the visit was made for Mauser became ill before Christmas suffering Renal Failure and was helped across Rainbow Bridge on Dec. 28, 2010. Autopsy report states his Renal Failure was not the cause from developmental or congenital issues but of toxins and/or trauma due to toxins to the organs. RIP Little Buddy dy

 

Comment by Lucy & Ricky-Rafa (Wendy/Jack ) on December 26, 2010 at 3:53pm
@Scott - Amen. You got it spot on.
Comment by Scott Wiley on December 25, 2010 at 6:50pm

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ou will never ever forget the memory of a lost doggie i don't care who you are. They are special and more honest than people usually are. Be thankful for the memories and the love that you got from him. For some reason Joey has been very  very loving today, guess he knows that it is Christmas

Comment by Lucy & Ricky-Rafa (Wendy/Jack ) on December 25, 2010 at 4:58pm
Yardley was a beauty with wonderful eyes. All it takes is one look at his photo and I miss him too. I'm glad you have Toby now, though I know all too well that one corgi never replaces another. I still miss Rookie, who's in the Corgi Remembered Photo with baby Lindsay (now 29!) in her bionic baby white t-shirt with her hand on his big neck. I miss all my corgis and read all the stories posted here and miss every corgi mentioned. But, oh what fun it is to tell stories about how silly, crazy and loved our corgis were. They will always be in our hearts.
 

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