Working and Farm Corgis


Working and Farm Corgis

A place for corgis who love to work alongside their humans either on a farm, in day to day life, or even taking care of a herd of children! A corgi with a job is a happy corgi!

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Comment by Kathy Wiley on February 25, 2011 at 11:48am
Hello!  We live in south central Montana, our dogs herd cattle and wild turkeys.  We have 4 and they sure do get them moving.  Our male, Joey is good at working the chute...he bites the cows in.  They are also major trailer loaders.  You should see the video Gromit and Doug put together, it's on Scott Wiley's page called Montana Corgis.  Gromit and Doug did wonderful teamwork putting it together!
Comment by Sarah Sanders on November 23, 2010 at 5:27pm
Hi, everyone! Just looking for people raising/using Corgis as stockdogs to network with. :) We're in extreme southern Michigan right on the Ohio & Indiana lines.
Comment by Chris on March 1, 2010 at 10:03am
Whisper has found a herd of cattle across from a friend of our's house. Have you ever seen a corgi herd from the inside of a car?!
Comment by Kari Feddersen on December 8, 2009 at 2:07am
My corgis are excellent working dogs. They go on a large level though, and herd huge amounts of cattle. We also do alot of work on horseback. They work great, cutting out cattle, or moving certain calves or bulls. I also use them for the local horse sale, and livestock sales. Their fast little short legs move so quick, then you can literally see the hooves fly over their heads as they drop to the ground to avoid a kick. I would say my female Tess is much better with close herding due to her being kinda chubby. But my male Tuff can work about anything you ask him too, including the children! I dont have any pictures of them on my computer yet of them working, but will pass them on as I get them scanned!

Comment by Chris on November 13, 2009 at 1:53pm
That is the only thing Whisper has herded. She got kicked once but that was all it took for her to pay attention. She has a love hat relationship with our show gelding. He loves to annoy her and she loves to bite him on the nose. I think he's been bitten three times and he still will stick his head in her space!
Comment by Melanie Stage on July 7, 2009 at 9:20pm
I run a wildlife center I also have horses and other animals, my corgi Kaylee helps herd ducks and I am getting a tri colored corgi this weekend, I have been afraid to let my corgi herd the horses have any of you had a problem with them getting hurt? Thanks Melanie
Comment by Carol & Ein & Widget on June 24, 2009 at 10:03am

just mosin' along with da chickens...

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