For all black headed/ black faced/ black masked tri-color corgis and their fans. Masks don't always mean mischief... or do they?
Latest Activity: Jun 25, 2015
Started by Keahi and Kai. Last reply by Leasa Apr 14, 2009.
Started by Keahi and Kai. Last reply by Keahi and Kai Nov 5, 2008.
Hi Brienna. I think your little Burris will also be a read face tri with a black cap. Most Black Faced Tris will have black outlining around the ears and little black triangles at the tips. Check out Ashley's little Luigi below. He will be a black faced tri. Your little Burris is adorable. It would be awesome if the black outlining the white stays. So very cute!
My newest, Burris, may be a black-headed tri, and I was wondering if anyone had pictures of their black-headed tri puppies to see what they look like. We've only had experience with puppies that end up as red heads, which is never a bad thing, I'm just terribly curious!
Hi fellow masked avengers!!!!
I love the tricolor corgis. That is why I had to get one as my first pup. I am so happy he has the mask look. But my next corgi I want a red and white one, so I have one of both and Luigi will have a playmate.
I think this will be the perfect group for Gracie. While she may only be six months old if you look at the couple of pictures we have uploaded she definitely into the 'mischief'. May have nothing to do with her masked face.... or may it does... interesting...
ANY ONE IN THE COLORADO AREA: I found a post on craigslist, someone is rehoming their tri colored male so if you are looking for a new family member maybe you should check him out!http://cosprings.craigslist.org/pet/2949368207.html
Mischief? I think yes.
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