For all corgis who love the water!
Latest Activity: Sep 12, 2014
Started by Jill, Kari & Jackson. Last reply by Lucy & Ricky-Rafa (Wendy/Jack ) Nov 30, 2009.
Heres are mo;lly at the lake. She jumped into my sisters poo; when she was just a pup and would not have anything to do with it for a long time. We finally took her out to a dogpark that has a nice lake where she could just wade or sit in the shallows. soon enough she was venturing into deeper water. Now it is ine of her favorite things to do.
For our little Eleanor we bought her a little plastic pool. Petsmart had it for $9.99 we just keep it filled on our patio (rinsing and refilling as needed) and let her go in it as she feels the need. When I first brought it home I played with her in it...well I didn't get in but I put some of her toys in it and sat along side of it it and kind of egged her on to get her toys. It's been about a month now and she LOVES her pool! She's not a big fan of sitting down in it. It kind of reminds me of the game Perfection when the buzzer goes off. She plops her butt down and almost instantly POPS back up! LOL But she loves running around in circles in it! We ordered her a lifejacket from Baxter Boo for when we take her up to my in-laws lake house so she can go in the lake too. That's kind of why we got her the pool so she could get use to the water. When we bath her we fill up the bath tub before we wash her so she can get use to the water being higher up on her.
Yanique, a shallow baby pool is a good way to get your dog used to the water. If it's a hot day, your puppy will probably enjoy the cool water on its feet. Also, shallow lakes and ponds with ducks are good for motivating your dog to get wet (avoid geese though, as they'll go after your dog). If want your dog to learn to swim in a pool, river, ocean, etc., try getting in with her. I also use a lifejacket on Fauna so if she gets caught in a current, she won't get too exhausted and scared as she swims back to the boat.
Hi All! Can you advise how you got your Corgi's to love the water? I am looking to get a new puppy very soon and like on lake and want to make sure he isn't afraid of the water. My first Corgi fell into the pool when he was a puppy and was afraid to jump in but still loved the water but seemed very afraid. I want to do it right. Not sure if it's best when they are pups or adults. Any help is appreciated!
Here is Gambler first trip to the lake! He is 13 weeks and a Water Loving Corgi too. His big sister is below riding the Jetski! How lucky an I? Two water lovers!!
Pippin is 5 months older now! She still plays in her drinking water but has graduated to bigger bodies of water!! She loves to ride the Jetski with me!! She makes a good "Co-pilot". She is a water loving Corgi!!!
So this video is old now (Sebastien is all grown up) and I posted it to my page a while ago, but I just found this group and felt I had to share!
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