Elizabeth Throneberry
  • 25, Female
  • East Wenatchee, WA
  • United States
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Corgi mix Wenatchee WA

Started May 23, 2013 0 Replies

Here is a link to a corgi at my local humane society that is needing a home. She seems very sweet!http://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/26120298Continue

Fertilizer brand.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Beth Apr 30, 2013. 1 Reply

Is there any fertilizer brand that your happy with that is 100% pet friendly. Iv been reading on a brand alled AAgrand but iv read most fertilizers say pet friendly only because they are released…Continue

Caution!!!!!!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Elizabeth Throneberry Apr 18, 2013. 5 Replies

Everyone is talking about plastic bags killing corgis... But there is something else killing just as many. I go through a helping group called corgipals to help fundraise money for corgis including…Continue

Muscle atrophy/ACL surgery

Started this discussion. Last reply by Keri&Merlin(Judy&Alan's Pups) Mar 30, 2013. 7 Replies

Did any of you notice muscle loss after the dog had ACL surgery? It's only been two weeks since surgery and she's lost a lot of muscle in that leg. We are walking her three times a day for five…Continue

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Hometown:
California
About Me:
I am a big animal lover. I own two dogs a chihuahua mix and a lab/corgi mix. My chihuahua name is milo and my corgi/lab is Sammie.
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
No
Website:
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About My Corgi(s):
Sammie is 4months old and was rescued from the humane society. My mother adopted her sister and the are both Labrador/corgi mix. I have yet to know how big she will be but she is the sweetest and smartest dog I have met. She's very mellow and within 2 weeks of owning her we trained her how to sit and lay down and being potty trained. Shes a character and is very attached to my other dog Milo who is a chihuahua mix. Sammie is very lovable and out to please.
I have:
Corgi mix

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Corgi mix Wenatchee WA. Needing home.

Posted on May 21, 2013 at 2:17pm 0 Comments

Here is a link to a corgi in my valley who needs a home! Says about 7-8 yrs old! Seems very sweet.


http://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/26120298

Sammie's mission.

Posted on March 22, 2013 at 12:21pm 0 Comments

Hey everyone Sammie had her first surgery on her right leg a week ago and as you may know she needs surgery on both legs. Well her left is doing even worse. She hasn't been raising much money on corgipals lately for us to afford these surgeries. Please spread the word so we can get both her ACL surgeries payed for! The vet won't let us get the surgery without paying it afterwords. Her link for fundraising money will be below. Please donate or spread the word!!!!…





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Sammie first surgery.

Posted on March 3, 2013 at 3:25pm 3 Comments

Sammie's first surgery on one of her legs is the 11th this month! We are getting both legs done because she tore both ACL's. Please donate or spread the word to raise money for theses surgeries. Sammie's link to corgipals is.
http://www.corgipals.org/Fundraisers/HelpingPaws/Sammie.aspx

Lancashire heeler.

Posted on September 4, 2012 at 1:17am 5 Comments

The lancashire heeler hope I'm spelling that right looks just like a corgi but different color!!!!! Has the same body and neck!!!!!!

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At 6:24am on March 26, 2013, Bogart the Cardigan said…

Hi Elizabeth!

While you are waiting for more donations to help pay for surgery number two (and I did contribute to Sammie's account) why not do some other fundraising activities that might help raise more cash, for example a dog biscuit bake sale, you can advertise to friends and neighbors, and maybe a yard sale?  And what about putting the second surgery on a CC for the time being, and then paying it off when you have gotten enough contributions.  Your vet must have a heart of stone to want it all up front... :-(

At 6:12pm on January 16, 2013, Jill M said…

Here's a link to some places that you might want to look into to see if you qualify for financial aid for the surgery. http://www.theamericandogmag.com/non-profit/resources-veterinary-bills-financial-assistance

you'll have to do some research on these as I don't know much about them. I just learned about them myself.

You could also try CorgiPals. They've helped A LOT of corgis.

We have used CareCredit through the years to allow us to make payments without interest (if paid off by a certain time - 3 months, 6 months, 12 month options depending on the vet).  You could try that as an option too.

www.carecredit.com

don't give up. where there's will, there's a way. 

At 5:54pm on January 16, 2013, Jill M said…

Wow, that is tough.  Is she on any pain meds?  Might ask your vet if she can have some at a low dose to take the edge off.  ..You probably should if haven't already start giving her Dasequan to help the other joints on her other legs and to get a jump start so to say on promoting healing in the bad leg once she gets the surgery.

At 8:59pm on January 15, 2013, Jill M said…

Zin was about 6 yrs when he blew his back(hind) left knee. I saw he limping first - it took 3 months before he would limp for anyone else and then during a dental did the test that confirmed he blew it.  I 'm sorry I don't remember what they called his surgery but basically they drilled a hole  his leg and using fishing line to hold it all together.  He has done really well. He is now 13 1/2 yrs old and still chases sticks, balls, and Frisbees- though he doesn't jump as high anymore.  We started Cosequen  right after the surgery then moved up to Dasequen when he was diagnosed with arthritis in his hips.  WE switched to Duralactin and Adequan in the last couple of years. Plus he gets Previcox( very low dose) should we be more active than normal.   I just bought a horse trough to begin to do water therapy  in the basement this winter.  Want to do all I can to help keep him a mobile as possible!!!

At 9:36pm on December 25, 2012, Roger/Laurie said…

Thank you so much for the Christmas gift.  The boys are so happy.  We head for Key West tomorrow.and the boys plan to eat and play all day on the beach.

At 3:48pm on December 15, 2012, Roger/Laurie said…

Thanks so much, we are heading over there on the 22nd.  I will let her know.  We are really enjoying spending the winter in Florida. The boys like the beach, took them awhile to understand the waves.  At home they spend their time in a lake, no waves and it tastes better

At 5:54pm on September 13, 2012, John Wolff said…

There are corgi breeders on the east side of the Cascades.  http://mycorgi.com/profile/Tracey75     I think there's a breeder near Cle Elum. 

http://cpwcc.org/finding-a-pup/

Ours came from Carrie Hale.  My neighbor has a lovely dog from Teresa Blakstad in Sandpoint.

At 11:11am on August 31, 2012, Claire Lindheimer said…

Sammie sounds like a sweet fun loving dog. I grew up with a black Lab and then a yellow Lab and now we have the two corgis (our first). I imagine that is a wonderful mix!!! She's very cute!

At 9:33am on April 27, 2012, Patsye Thurmon said…

I added a few more pics of Sally.  I'll have to get some more!

At 10:57pm on April 8, 2012, WhiteDove said…

We're not sure what Peanut is (boy) but he has the face like a beagle and he's grown so much that he now reaches the Corgis but his legs are longer of course. . . .lol

 
 
 

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