"I remember saying the same thing about my two year old son at Wal-mart. He had to go 2 or 3 times every trip. He would play with the foam soap after finishing. We even had him checked for diabetes. But alas, he was just…"
"I used something similar to the gentle leader with Marlee for about 6 months while teaching her walking manners. She was pulling like crazy and darting off when we started walking with her. It did a good job of keeping her from…"
"You know, we frequently leave her behind when we walk Marlee, as she has has surgery for avascular necosis of the hip bone many years ago. She doesn't want to walk very far, but tries to keep up. We sometimes have my son to go just a…"
"Amy, not sure what else to say, but UTI would not cause marking behavior, just more urinating. Regardless of why she is doing this, I would definitely scold her if I caught her in the act of marking inside the house. With UTI they need to pii…"
"We did talk to the vet about UTI approx. 6 months ago. He didn't run any test, but gave her the once over. He did give us an antibiotic since it was easy. We haven't noticed any changes. I probably should get her checked out…"
"Although it is normal for dominant females to mark territory like a male, it is not normal for a dog to start this behavior at age 11. As Amy suggests, something may be really stressing her out, if there have been recent changes in the…"
Were on a list for a Sept litter for a tri. Fingers crossed, its the last litter of the year and were third in deposit line.
Shockoe loves kids too. Its goes kids, adults, cats, and order. Must be the Corgi character =)
Yep that was me, My breeder bought a puppy from your breeder to use as a future dam years ago. Named Jingling Jangling Heidi Ho. Bloomin Daisies was her dam and Jingling Jangling Spurs her sire. I'm glad to hear that the breeder you went through was on point as there is a chance "Heidi" may be the dam of a tri color puppy im on a waiting list for. In that case our puppies could be related. Small world, huh? :)
The boys love the water and are great swimmers. We can't keep them out of the water. They always wear their cute little bright orange lifejackets. Either is very smart about recognizing how tired they are. Chepstow loves to retrieve in the water, he is like a motor boat when he is swimming. Tenby was diagnosed with a severe shoulder problem last year and doesn't swim as much as he should (it is good therapy). He still loves to sit and walk in the water. We didn't move to the lake until they were 1 and 2. They had never been in the water except for baths. They both walked right in the water and started swimming.......and we were told Corgi's aren't water dogs.