Healing and Therapy Corgis


Healing and Therapy Corgis

Are you unwell/disabled? Did you acquire your Corgi to help you? Do you want to share your inspirational story to encourage others? How has your Corgi helped you? How has your Corgi assisted you in coping with extra challenges in your life?

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Latest Activity: Feb 15, 2011

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Delta Society

Started by FuzzyButt. Last reply by Cindi Nov 13, 2008. 4 Replies

My Story told by Timmy

Started by Sylvia & Timmy. Last reply by Butter Jul 4, 2008. 1 Reply

What is Your Story?

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Comment by Butter on February 15, 2011 at 7:32pm
HI all, I've been away for awhile.  Just wanted to drop by and say "hi" and hope you are all doing as well as you can be.  Joy and Butter
Comment by Liz Hart on July 21, 2010 at 3:58am
I am holding tight to my corgi now as I just found out from the oncologist I need to go see the surgeon asap!!!! She's always there when I need her.
Comment by Liz Hart on June 23, 2010 at 7:53pm
Great drawing! it's so amazing when were able to do something we haven't been able to do in a long time. I hiked on Sunday after a multiple level spinal fusion and it's done wonders for my spirits. I remember when I couldn't walk. I'm so glad you were able to draw!
Comment by Carol Rea on June 23, 2010 at 2:54pm
My name is Carol, and I am medically disabled from too many diseases to list. I most recently had my spine fused again. I am currently home with our 2 corgis who make sure I take my meds and do what I am supposed to do. Eight years agos, I had a 2 vessel heart bypass and followed by a month in the hospital with my Addison's disease (the MD "forgot" to give me the meds that I take to live!) Anyway, our angel corgi Odie, now truley an angel as he passed on 4 years ago, stayed by my side when I came home and took care of me...Odie was sick all his life, and I think that it came natural for him to take care of me!
Comment by Liz Hart on May 28, 2010 at 5:28am
My corgi Tia has saved my sanity and faith several times. Ten years agi I was swing dancing and had an accident that left me disabled. Recently I had a spinaL fusion and she and I spend many hours at home recovering. I couldn't walk for about a year.
She also got me through breast cancer four years ago. She would lie right next to me all the days I just slept away. I've been lucky to find friends who like to walk with her and love her too. Wherever I go, she goes!
Comment by Wynne Phillips on May 3, 2009 at 6:37am
So sorry you had to take a leave from your job. I used to be an elementary music teacher, and decided to change to a "desk" profession because it was just too hard on the body. The corgis are great at keeping you moving-Gus is my alarm clock! 5:30 every morning, and he hasn't figured out weekends yet-every day is the same to him! Best wishes for the future, and try not to get discouraged.
Comment by Julia on April 28, 2009 at 11:15pm
Hi, all. Today I took a medical leave from my job in elementary education, which could be the beginning of permanent disability status. This is a major move. My little Lilliput does force me to keep on getting up and getting on, but I'm not sure where we'll go from here. She is a joy to me, but sometimes she needs more than I want to give. She does force me to move, and she does reward me in many ways. So, on to the future.

Comment by Nancy Geddes on April 14, 2009 at 6:52am
Welcome Wendy and Jazz! Corgis are so smart and fun to work with. I have three and we have taken obedience, therapy dog certification, herding, agility and adventure dog activities together. We bet Jazz is going to be fabulous! All the best from Bear, Tasha and Linus, Williamsburg, VA
Comment by Wendy Wagoner on April 13, 2009 at 9:56pm
Hi, I live in Atascadero, Calif. I recently brought home a Corgi puppy named Jazz. I'm planning on making her my service dog in the future. I'm also planning on getting Jazz into a few herding classes for fun.
Comment by Butter on January 21, 2009 at 7:34pm
I have fibromyalgia too and other diseases. Yes, Butter gets me moving more and certainly cheers me up when we play. Dogs are great for getting one's mind off of one's problems. Joy :)

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