Ok, so Tank was born in February, so it was warming up by the time that we brought him home and started to socialize him. Doug and I are concerned about winter though - shorter days, less time to run around outside, and it's colder. For those of you that have been through an Indiana winter with a corgi, what kinds of things have you learned?
- How well do corgis take the cold?
- Should we be concerned with ears, feet, nose, and other extremities?
- What activities do you do with them (i.e. how do we let him burn off enough energy so that we can sleep at night!)
,,, and the list goes on.