Finally we have a active club to join in the Sacramento Area! Please feel free to join if you are in the Sacramento area. As soon as we have a good-sized amount of members, lets start planning a a…Continue
Hello, my name is Emily. I like to think I can write sometimes and pretend to have real friends. Because, in honestly, I get a thousand hugs and kisses from people in my dreams. That's a thousand more than in the real life.
I'm so happy with just me, myself, I, and Daisy. (:
"Substitute 'damn' every time you're inclined to write 'very'; your editor will delete it and the writing will be just as it should be."
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
About My Corgi(s):
Daisy, who I rescued from a shelter Halloween night of 2011, is an enchanting fur ball who I love to the moon and back.
Hazel or "Bun-bun" managed to sneak into my heart too. She's the sweetest and softest brown and cream bunny around
I am so sorry this is happening to you right now.
I know I would feel awful, because even if I can't find my Daisy in the backyard, or there is a cupboard open with some sort of ickyness, I panic.
Hope I can help with these remedies, in…"
"I think I can help. . . C:
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Don't post it in your 'About me' or 'About my corgis' section. But, scroll down, and find another place to post stuff,…"
It has been a few months since I actually got motivated to do a blog post, so finally, after going through some Instagram pictures, I saw one of a corgi. I thought it was pretty funny, so here it is: I cracked up at this one, so here are a few others I scavenged!…See More
". . .when you naturally step over your corgi without tripping instead. (My dad fails at this)
. . . when everytime you walk your pooch, people come up and smother the corgi with pets. They tend to hardly notice you.
I was reading a book on how the wolf became the dog... There were some pretty cool facts there. Did you know that wolves did not bark? Those early people singled out the ones who liked barking and claimed them valuable and bred them. Go figure. xD Because we mostly want out doggies to shut up.... ...The early people also bred their dogs to smile. They though it looked funny in dogs so thats why you see more dogs with smile wrinkles/dimples…