"Welcome to the group, Colleen!
Bless you for the job you are doing with the kids! I don't know if I'd have the patience to do what you do. Sadly, I have more patience with my corgis. LOL
Shorty's a cutie bug!!!
"Hi Max and Keko!
Aonghus, Hamish, and I are three hours south west from you at Fort Campbell, KY!
Let me know when you get to Ft. Knox and we can set up a play date for the fur babies!!! :-)
Talk with you soon!
My first corgi came into our lives about 4 years ago. Nina was a red-headed tri-color Pembroke. She was the apple of my eye. Unfortunately, about a month ago, we had to say goodbye to her. She had a brain tumor that couldn't be removed. We miss her tremendously. Our second corgi was a rescue. Hamish was found way out in the country in SW Missouri. Severely malnourished and scared of humans. I brought him home, fed,and worked with him. I'm happy to report that my Hamish is now trusting of us humans and he has an amazing personality! We recently brought into our lives one of Nina's nephews. Aonghus (Angus) looks like he could be Hamish's brother. They are both Sables. Aonghus, however has one blue eye and one brown. Not a problem for us, but as you know, we can't breed him. He is the typical corgi puppy that is bold, energetic, and adorable!
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Your boys are so adoreable and you have rescues too-- both my boys are rescues too and my babies-- we just got back a few minutes ago from Petsmart and oh boy were they happy ...So do you sell any of your books in stores anywhere-- I enjoy good romance books....
Hey Annie! I just seen your comment on Kentucky Corgis! I live on the eastern side of kentucky but my husband is hopefully* getting stationed at Fort Campbell when he gets back from deployment so I thought I would say hey! :)