A place to remember and to heal from losing your beloved corgi
Latest Activity: Feb 12, 2019
Started by Rhonda. Last reply by Ed and Michelle Nov 15, 2011.
We lost another one of our dearest Corgi angel's last week, Andy who was 12 years old. Only 4 months after our other Corgi, Barney. We are in shock and completely devastated. I was with my angel's…Continue
Started by Connie Rose. Last reply by Dave Bennett Dec 28, 2010.
I lost my corgi, Langston, 4 weeks ago today on Oct 1 and I'm still devastated. He was 11 1/2 and seemed to be a healthy, happy corgi with many years ahead. And around Aug he became very…Continue
This was Chansey when she was about 2 years old, she lived to be 12 but she didn't go peacefully. She drowned in my grandmother's pool this past August, I still can't figure out why it happened because we had been living there since July 2007 and she avoided the pool like it was the plague. She was a great dog, a couch potato who clinged to me like her fur did to my clothes. She would lie by the front door waiting for me to come home and helped me through some of the most difficult times of my life. I hate that she is gone and there's nothing I can do to bring her back. I feel lost without the three pets that have made the most impact out of my life. First my Doberman Hershey who I had to have put down on Halloween in 2008 (he would have been 15 that December), then Chansey in August and my 16 year old cat Ernie was put down 3 months later due to complications caused by diabetes (he was diagnosed 2 years prior). They leave a great big hole which will probably never heal but doesn't stop me from getting more pets. There are things they can do that humans cannot.
Hugs to you and your family, Ed and Michelle.
We lost our girl Lexi just under 4 years ago to lymphosarcoma. We had her put down on her 4th birthday. We were having her treated for allergies, when one morning I was petting her under her chin and it felt like a bunch of marbles were in there. My wife took her to the vet the next day thinking that was part of her allergic reaction to things, but was BLOWN AWAY when the vet diagnosed her with lympho. Needless to say the family as devestated. Lexi is gone but not forgotten, and never ever will be! She was so special. Rest in peace Lexi girl we will be together again. :)
I went through terminal liver cancer with my little 10 year old corgi-chow Yewbee in June of this year. The doctors estimated 6 weeks to 3 months from diagnosis, but it was much quicker than that, and on July 1, I had to make the most difficult decision of my life.
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