Desert Corgi Pack
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  • Las Cruces, NM
  • United States
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I'm orignally from Kodiak, Alaska.
About Me:
We live in Las Cruces. Years of travelling around the country has landed me here. People (especially my wife) call me crazy, but I like it here in this part of the country. Work keeps me busy, but coming home to my pack keeps me sane. No matter how brutal my day was, coming home to their smiling faces and happy barks makes it all go away.
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
About My Corgi(s):
We have a pack of four Pembrokes. Recently we've taken in a Cardigan mix. We are truly addicted.

Tag is our oldest. She is 5. She's a tricolor. She has allergies, but we do our best to help her keep them at bay.

Razzle is a tricolor as well. She is 3. She's Tag's sister. She's a bit of a stresser, but she is always ready to chase a ball or snuggle. If you're not careful, she'll get you with a sneaky lick.

Prinz Charmin is a buff. He is 2. He's our Corgi ambassador. He's also our hall monitor, always bossing around the others. He's always ready for a hug, though. He has decided he likes to herd and trains with my wife.

Lucky Tank is Charmin's little brother. He'll be 1 in April. He's our goofball. He is always talking to us. His name is Tank because he's built like one.

Renny is our cardi mix. He's around 8 months, we think. He's had a tough life, but he's fitting in well so far. He likes to investigate our pride of cats, but they don't like being investigated much.

We also have Linny. He is an honorary Corgi whom I found on the highway one day. He is our professional sleeper.
I have:
Both Pembroke and Cardigan

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Posted on January 15, 2011 at 8:52pm 4 Comments

Well, it's been a rough week, but it ends well.  Tag A Long was taken to the vet to have some lumps checked and two of the three needed to be removed.  The third merely needed to be drained and have some medicine put in it.  Due to her respiratory issues, there was much concern over the anethesia.  She went in on Tuesday and made it through okay.  Her Mom decided to go ahead and have her spayed as well, having had that put off for so long due to concerns over the anethsesia as well.  The day… Continue

A Red Fred update...

Posted on August 3, 2010 at 6:35pm 5 Comments

Well, unfortunately I'm ashamed to report that poor Fred the foster Corgi had an accident. The horses made an escape during feeding and poor Fred was run over during the dash. A quick physical exam revealed no broken bones or swelling and resulted in a nip to the examiner. We were extremely concerned for him throughout the night. A trip to the vet has shown no permanent damage. Some bruising, both external and internal, some arthritis, but everything intact and working. We now have our a…


Mr. Fred

Posted on June 4, 2010 at 7:27pm 0 Comments

Howdy all,

Well, it's been a week or two and I thought I'd type out an update on Fred. He seems to be adjusting well to living with our pack. There have been a few moments, but there have been less than I expected. He pretty much ignores the cats, even when they fish at him when he walks by their perch. He is somewhat guardish about his food, but we're working on it. He is excellent with my grandson, who will reach a year old this June. He tolerates being patted and pulled on…


A new guest.

Posted on May 22, 2010 at 5:53pm 2 Comments

Well, today is a big day. Today we have officially become involved in the rescue group from whom we got Ren.

We picked up a rescue corgi from a gentleman who had flown him from Albuquerque to Las Cruces. His name is Fred and he will be staying with us for a while. The gentleman who flew him down expressed some intrest in adopting him. Hopefully things will work out. Until then, he will be residing with our pack.

He is a nice, older corgi gentelmen who seems to…


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At 6:10am on January 20, 2012, steve smith said…

  Looks like from some of your pictures you need to join the akward sleeper club.Hope your still on this site

At 8:01pm on September 27, 2010, Carol Rea said…
Sometimes we think Sonny does not see, and then he does something that makes me think he does! Oh, he loves green beans - or anything he can scrounge in the yard (spent thistle seed, weeds, the list goes on and on) When we put Lucky in his wheels and throw the ball, he runs! There is something terrible in his background that we don't know about, so we just love him
At 2:51pm on September 27, 2010, Carol Rea said…
thank you for the friend request! i guess I misunderstood that Fred and Ren were leaving your house and going elsewhere, sometimes that happens! You are fortunate to be able to keep on rescuing/adopting - Mr Mike, my spouse, says no more pets. He can be such a grouch!!! Sonny has been with us a little over a year, he was never socialized or trained - he now will come out with the family, but does not play at all (runs from balls, toys, etc) His idea of corgi tricks and fun is eating, and only eating and he is -there is only one word for it, obese. He finds things to eat other than his low cal kibble, it is terrible - I am a retired dietitian!
At 9:05pm on September 25, 2010, Carol Rea said…
I know that Fred is going with the gentleman with whom he came, where is Ren going? I have always thought of doing rescue, both our current boys are rescues, but there is not a rescue around us that I know of to get involved with. I don't think I have the energy to start one on my own! (I only want to do corgis) Still like those jackets, but I guess Lucky needs skis for his wheels before a jacket!!!
At 4:30pm on September 24, 2010, Carol Rea said…
I love the snow suits on your kids! How do you get them to wear them? Our boys tear up sweaters and coats like mad - we live in the "high desert" in Central Oregon, the coldest it got last winter was about 15 below. I send them out for a short time only in the snow and/or ice - they love the snow, even Lucky who was rescued from a snowbank. Just thought i would leave a short note. Carol, Lucky and Sonny
At 7:12pm on September 17, 2010, Lady Bug (Michelle) said…
Welcome, so glad you could join us!

At 2:28pm on July 16, 2010, Lucy & Ricky (Wendy/Jack ) said…
Thanks! Rafa is a cutie and full of mischief. Lucy seems to be better with him today and seems that they will be just fine. I hope to post some photos and stuff.
At 12:59pm on June 28, 2010, Tammey & Caven said…
I am so sorry that we didn't get to meet and do a group Corgi picture. Hopefully next time! We'll try to give you more notice next time.
At 4:49pm on May 16, 2010, Jackson♥ said…
LOVE the new pics! Very cute! :)
At 8:56pm on May 08, 2010, Cody gave Desert Corgi Pack a gift
Thanks for the comment on the video...Corgis are so smart. Let me know if you come across any other interactive toys. :)

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