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Any hints on housebreaking?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Edie Feb 10, 2009. 13 Replies

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Myrtle Beach, SC
About Me:
Recently retired, with husband and oldest daughter living with us. We have two large cats and my daughter has a large Lab/ Chow mix dog, about 8 years old. We have 6 children, 13 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Besides the daughter who lives with us, we have 2 other daughters in Myrtle Beach, 3 grands (one on her own already, one a senior in HS, and one little guy who will be 5 in May). I have always wanted a Corgi, and decided to treat myself to Morna as a retirement present.
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
About My Corgi(s):
Morna, "dearly loved" in Welsh, arrived January 29, 2009 safe and sound via Delta Air. She is beautiful, smart and feisty. Not intimidated by our Chow/ Lab mix (really big), or 2 cats, also bigger than she.
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We Haven't Disappeared!

Posted on November 4, 2009 at 10:48pm 1 Comment

Morna is now almost a year old. November 27th is her birthday. She is quite a character and frequently our laughter is mixed with a quiet, to ourselves "You bugger, you!" She is VERY singleminded when she decides she wants something (particularly if the something she is pursuing is one of our cats!) My daughter's dog, Bear, who is a chow/black lab mix, works and plays well with others. This is a report card that my baby girl may never get! Despite the fact that she is the last one in, and… Continue


Posted on June 12, 2009 at 10:27am 8 Comments

Well, today Morna is at the vet's getting spayed. I feel like a nervous mom all over again! It feels odd to just drop her off and then come home and wait until someone calls... I'm used to sitting waiting for news just as soon as it's available from the surgeon, or whatever, when one of my human kids has any kind of procedure done! I don't like this sitting at home, even though I know that a/ there is nothing I can do even if I stayed at the vet's office; b/they will call with news about how… Continue

Problems with shots

Posted on March 16, 2009 at 3:18pm 1 Comment

When we first took Morna to our vet for her puppy shots, she had a reaction that caused her to need allergy meds and fluid infusion. For subsequent shots, we had to drop her off in the morning so they could give her steroids, wait about 2 hours, then give her the shots after which they observed her for two more hours.

This morning we took her for her last puppy shot, and the Vet called around noon to tell us that they didn't give her the shot because she was vomiting before they… Continue

New Pix - Morna Settles In

Posted on February 7, 2009 at 9:21pm 0 Comments

Morna sleeps on her back frequently and I caught a picture! That is so cute...and she sometimes has a front paw over her face and her back legs crossed.

She has also become a BIG help to her new Dad. Some more pix added show Morna helping with the yardwork! She is down to about 1 accident a day w/her potty training, and that's usually when we misread her signals and think she's ready to go in. When we do that, she's not in the house for more than 5 minutes when she poops somewhere,… Continue

Oh My! What a little bundle of energy!

Posted on February 3, 2009 at 3:12pm 4 Comments

We have had almost 5 full days with Morna. She is a delightfully intelligent, inquisitive little creature. ....and she has had us running for the full five days! She certainly lives up to the descriptions of corgis....really smart, lots of energy, curious. She and Bear have become friends and we have seen the two of them lying snuggled together sleeping. This happened once Morna stopped jumping up at Bear's belly, looking for food, I suspect.

The cats are still not speaking to anyone… Continue

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At 9:24am on November 5, 2010, Amberwolf (Jenn) said…
Morna is adorable. I really enjoyed looking at all of your photos of her. I think my favorite one is where she is peeking out from behind the broom. That is also the photo that drew me in to check out your page. Thank you for the comment on my paper boy video.
At 10:02pm on November 3, 2009, Sue & Rocky said…
Hi Edie, Hope everything is going well with you & Morna. I e-mailed you in beginning of October about flying a corgi out from Kerri in Indiana----well I now have had Rocky (Morna's little brother for almost 3 weeks now. I am on this site as Sue & Rocky----if you would like you can see a few pictures of him----I think that Morna & Rocky do look alike!---let me konw if you think so---Sue K
At 2:18am on July 11, 2009, Kerri said…
Edie, I couldn't sleep tonight. So I decided to get online. I am trying to help my good friend sell her Bull mastiffs. She does alot for me. Comes and takes care of my geriatric dogs while I am away (if they can't go with me). I owe alot to her. Anyway, I am not sure exactly what Morna is doing but Corgis are free-spirits. They get their feelings hurt easily (at least in my nearly 14 years of owning them). A raised voice is a true heart-breaking moment for my dogs. Although, firm discipline is not out of the question for them. Morna may try to make you feel bad, but she may also be trying to run your home. Annie (Morna's mom) knows the difference when I tell her "no" or that "she is bad" it kills her. I have made sure that she is aware of things that are not acceptable. They are herders first, so maybe a little more exercise and some redirection can help the chewing. Playing games can be a strong detente for unwanted behaviors as well. Feel free to call me anytime if you would like ideas.
At 10:06pm on March 24, 2009, Kerri said…
I haven't been here long but was getting ready to invite you and Morna's siblings' new families! Glad to to hear from you!
At 12:11am on March 19, 2009, Leah said…
Hi fellow SC corgi owner! Congrats on your new puppy, and I'm sorry she had an alergic reaction to the shots, those are always scary:( I personally haven't had any problems with that, but my friend's dog did the same thing when she was three years old.
At 9:17am on February 10, 2009, Rick said…
My Corgi, Lucy is a gardener too! She loves to pull the old flowers out and prepare the soil for planting. She leaves all of the plants that are still alive alone. Too awesome!
At 12:11pm on January 31, 2009, BRADY & DEBBIE said…
Hi, congrats on your beautiful corgi.......Debbie & Brady
At 9:18am on January 25, 2009, Paws4Thought said…
Great colors on your new little one . I bet you can hardly wait ! I would love to see the new pictures when your little glides into the state.
At 9:03am on January 24, 2009, Christine said…
Congrats Edie!! Morna's so cute! I love that picture of her with the stick in her mouth. She also reminds me of our Bandit when he was a little baby. They look very similar with the mask and the white chest hair. =). Bandit was quite a handful, but turns out to be so smart and so funny!! So be patient and have fun with Morna!! It's gonna be an unforgettable experience. =)
At 9:21pm on January 22, 2009, Kathy and Jillie said…
Congratulations Edie! She looks so adorable and and I love her name..Morna!
We spoke the other night on chat and discovered we are both from Pa and now living in South Carolina! I love the pictures of her and she looks like she is going to be a character...she has that sparkle in her eyes! lol. Good luck with the adventure!

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