Cheryl Rice
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  • Bloomsburg, PA
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Pet insurance

Started this discussion. Last reply by rae May 25, 2013. 2 Replies

So now that we're watching and waiting for our new addition to grow we've started looking into pet insurance. I've seen some discussion from years past and was wondering what everyone's take is on it…Continue

Help us find our furry baby

Started this discussion. Last reply by Cheryl Rice May 10, 2013. 43 Replies

My husband and I are looking to expand our family with a furry baby. We have completely fallen in love with corgi's and have our heart set on a tri-color pembroke but really want to allow our baby to…Continue

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Hometown:
Bloomsburg
About Me:
An RN, newlywed, corgi mom
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
No
About My Corgi(s):
Riley, (Riley scout, Riley bear, riles, riles Barkley) is a tri color black headed Pembroke Welsh corgi, he is almost a year and a half old and is a sassy intelligent loud happy little boy who has my heart.
I have:
Pembroke

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Collar and tag

Posted on July 31, 2013 at 4:14pm 6 Comments

Riley has been home for almost a week now and we've mostly gotten past hating his collar though he still scratches at it some. So we decided we could add a tag since he needs to have his dog licence tag on and we'd like him to have a tag with our number on as well (and he might need a rabies tag once he has had his vaccine). Problem is he HATES it, it's so big on his little neck he fights with it till he can get it in his mouth and then chew on it. I'm not thrilled about him chewing on metal…

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At 10:01pm on June 12, 2013, Jane Christensen said…

Any new pics????

At 6:24am on May 15, 2013, WhiteDove gave Cheryl Rice a gift
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At 2:14pm on May 11, 2013, WhiteDove said…
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At 8:01am on May 5, 2013, Nicholas, Kailee, & Gilby said…

I have nothing but very positive things to say about RJ's, and fully recommend them!  Renee was awesome about keeping us updated weekly with pictures and little stories of Gilby and happily answered any little question we had along the way (and there were a lot of them!).

Gilby is just over a year old now, he's been perfectly healthy!  He's handsome, smart, got the brightest personality, so good with kids, dogs, people, etc..., very sweet, and this has truly been the best year of our lives because of him!

I don't know what else I could have asked for from our puppy or our breeder.  Everything has been outstanding!  I whole-heartedly recommend getting a puppy through them, if you have any other questions, feel free to ask!

At 12:29pm on May 4, 2013, Lacey K said…

RJ's was fantastic! They raise the puppies right in their home and they are very well socialized. Jack is a vet so you know their corgis are healthy and well cared for. Renee has been really helpful and answered all my questions very quickly and honestly - something I can not say for any of the other Minnesota breeders I contacted. She really wants what is best for her puppies and I admire that in a breeder.

If you are thinking about going with RJ's I would encourage you to visit Renee and her dogs before committing to a pup and ask a bunch of questions! We had a great experience, but it is important that YOU feel comfortable and confident with a breeder - it is a partnership that you will have for the life of the puppy.

Our puppy, Pan is just about 10months old and was a Nemo/Ramsey baby. He has a wonderful temperament and is incredibly smart! He gets along fantastically with everyone he meets, doesn't chase small animals, does well with cats and other dogs, too! Of course, each puppy is an individual, but you can tell a lot of care is taken to make sure the puppies have a positive life experience and build their confidence with things that may be 'scary' to many dogs. 

I can only sing RJ's praises - but, again, I would encourage you to do a little research on your own to make sure they are a good fit for YOU.

At 2:26am on May 1, 2013, Geri & Sidney said…

Hi Cheryl! My SIdney has a tail, but I found him in the Pennysaver. I know a few tailed Pembrokes here in San Diego and they are nearly all rescues. There is something really cool about that corgi tail. There are a couple of breeders I have heard of who leave tails on.

 
 
 

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