More Than One Color Corgis!

A group for those of us who have two or more corgis that are different colors! A red and white and a tri, a red and white and a sable, a sable and a tri, and let's not even get started on all the colors cardigans can be!

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Which color did you have first? Which color do you prefer?

Started by Mama2Three. Last reply by Lucy & Ricky (Wendy/Jack ) Dec 1, 2011. 6 Replies

I have 2 Red and White corgis and we got them around the same time.  They are brother and sister and are 3 years old.  We got a Tri-colored corgi back in December.  She is 8 months old.  I prefer the…Continue

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Comment by Carol Rea on August 27, 2010 at 2:28pm
Jane, look at Sage's face and my Lucky's face, don't they look alike! Sage, of course, is much better behaved!
Comment by Nicola Porter on August 27, 2010 at 2:05pm
I have a BHT and a red/white. I am partial to red/white myself.
Comment by Jane Christensen on August 27, 2010 at 1:58pm
Finally a new pic of my complete set!

Comment by Crystal,Dixie and Harlan on August 14, 2010 at 7:16pm
Dixie my female joined our family first in March 2009, she is sable and white and is 19 months old. Harlan our 12 week old puppy is a tri. I am told he will be a red headed tri like his mom , time will tell. They are both soooo much fun!
Comment by Roger/Laurie on August 4, 2010 at 1:15pm
It is very interesting how these short furry bundles can wrap us around their little paws very tightly.
Comment by val on August 2, 2010 at 10:48pm
I just joined and am so happy to see all these happy pictures of beautiful corgis. My group includes 2 red and white corgs and 2 tri corgs. The longer we have them the more our lives seem to revolve around them!
Comment by Carol Rea on August 1, 2010 at 9:21am
Typical corgi, they can tell time (at least when it comes to meals), I swear! Sounds like a pretty good day for anyone - a swim in the lake, a nap, chasing birds (or their favorite game) and then dinner!
Comment by Roger/Laurie on July 31, 2010 at 3:37pm
Our boys spent the morning in the lake swimming. Took a nice long nap and now they are chasing crows that land on the bird bath. Soon they will be in to tell me it is dinner time, they have their own version of it is 5 o'clock somewhere.
Comment by Carol Rea on July 29, 2010 at 5:32pm
Roger/Laurie suggested I join now that I know that Sonny is not a Tri! (I will never believe a vet again!) Sooo...We first had Odie, he was a red and white and a delite - the perfect dog, perfectly trained, my angel. He crossed the Rainbow bridge 4 years ago, about a month before Lucky was paralyzed. Lucky is our true Tri, rescued from a snowbank Christmas Eve 2001, surgery (IVDD) 2006 and now on wheels. Sonny rescued in 2009, told by vet he was a tri as had black on eye and ears, but he is a sable! He is our TW (too wide), never trained by former owners, we think he was left in the back room for 8 years. He is a lover, but runs away from any toy. Lucky can now play ball and as his old job was herding anything in site, he can herd when he is on his wheels.
Comment by Jane Christensen on July 26, 2010 at 11:06pm
Roger/ sorry Tenby can't run...this has been my savior for Livvy except we had about 6 good balls and she usually keeps track of them and we are down to one...I think she's waiting for me to climb under the deck to find them or dig through the bushes...I don't think so!!!!

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