"ACtually, Kyoshi is 16 mos now and he's right at the 30-lb mark. The vet said since he wasn't neutered early on(he actually just got neutered this past week), he has grown more vs. if he got neutered at 8 mos.
He's a pretty well bult…"
Kyoshi is 2 years old now and has lots of energy! He's the cutest(and sometimes craziest) corgi! He loves to play soccer with his Orbee tough ball or any tennis ball and does laps around the living room until he poops himself out. He loves to roll around and lie on his back with his stubby legs in the air.
He's been fully housetrained since he was 6 months. So proud of the little guy!
Kyoshi has learned lots of tricks. Besides sit, down, up(on his hind legs), and roll over, he has now mastered shake hands and high five! He is learning how to play dead after saying BANG. He picks up these things fast!
He needs some polishing up with being so jumpy and mouthy towards strangers, but for the most part he listens to his master!
He loves playing and running around with other doggies at the dog park and never causes trouble.
His favorite place to be is under the couch(aka his den) or in his crate at night. He loves to stick his head out the window in the car, but doesn't like long car rides(he starts breathing heavy). He always leaves saliva all over my rear windows and his shedding is unbelieveable! You can clothe a 7-foot 300lb man with a nice jacket if you clumped all the hair he sheds over the course of a month!
I'm probably a little biased, but I still think he's the best looking corgi around. I love the shape of his ears, his markings, and his demeanor. Its unflappable!
NIcknames we've given him along the way:
- Mr. Bushy Butt
- Travis Barker(those rare times he gets yappy)
- lil round guy
- big eared, marble-eyed, stubby-legged, nub tailed, booger!
He has 2 really close playmates at work...Zooey, a malamute female pup, and Nellie, a 6yo pit.
Hi! Good to see another Bay Area corgi here :) Do you guys go to the SF corgi get together? It happens on the 2nd Sat each month at 1 p.m. at Mountain Lake Park. Here's the link. Hope to see you guys there in the future!