She has been seen by the Animal Eye Specialist, and they have recommended surgery, however they will not do surgery on her until she has become more blind, and when they do it will cost $4500. It may be an option in the future, but not right now. Her personality is fantastic and she is the smartest dog that I have ever met! You would never know she is going blind just by watching her =)
Thats great that Bryan is getting friendlier! Jackson is too! He recently visited his good friend Ellie, who is a miniature Greyhound/ Jack Russel Terrier. Jackson was snapping at Ellie and growling as usual the last time we saw her. But Jackson is working with Bark Busters, im not so sure if you know about them. so he is getting better each day. Hope all is well!
I soooo wishi I was that creative!!! :)
A girl on Etsy did it. She gave me permission to use as an avatar. I also bought a print of it from her for our Washington Corgiaid picnic. I think it is called Bob Corgwyn. I love it!!
I have the same exact problem with my corgi, Jackson. He used to be friendly with almost any dog he met. Now he will growl or snap at any dog. I believe that this is because Jackson may think he is an alpha dog. Its good to know that there is a corgi out there with the same problem. I will let you know what is going on when i find out more. Maybe it is a stage...
OMG. such a handsome Corgi=] i love your pictures too-when i was looking at them
i couldnt stop saying AWWWWWHHHHHHHH!!!<3
i love what Bryan has on the 5th picture-the colorfull hat is so cute!
where u got it?hehe. i love it! & thank you so much, I love taking pictures of Lobo. i can never get enough,he means the world for me,ahwhh~ corgis are so amazing!!!. hope to hear from you and Bryan soon, take care and have a nice day.
Bryan & Tara's Mom and Dad are Robyn and Mike. Then there's Furrnando, the cat. He's (reluctantly) a member of the pack too. Everyone (but Furrnando) loves to go on walks and trips and camping adventures. We wish we could have a dozen corgies in our pack!
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
About My Corgi(s):
Bryan & Tara have become quite a team. They take every opportunity to find ways to escape their large, wooded backyard. A car pulled into our drive the other day, and the other corgi parent in our neighborhood got out. She asked "Is this where Bryan lives?" He had come to visit his "cousins." Another neighbor spotted him and worried that her corgis had escaped. Thankfully the corgi mom recognized Bryan and brought the little s--- home!