My wife and are are the happy owners of 2 beautiful Corgis. I had a Corgi growing up and would not consider a different breed of dog.
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
About My Corgi(s):
Ginger and Winston are 5 years apart. Ginger we have had since a puppy (8 years old) and Winston was adopted from the local animal shelter. Winston is about 3 years old and much better behaved than Ginger. We love them both!
Penny is a little pig! I don't think she even chews, just inhales the food. We have to watch her diet to retain her "svelte" figure. Frodo is pretty piggy, but at least he chews the food Also at 9 months he needs more calories. Me too...to keep up with him. He is sure everyone loves him. What's not to love?
I know what you mean about ordinances. . .I have what some call a pretty big yard. . .and we still have limitations. . .I'm only allowed 3 dogs and 3 cats so I've hit my limit. . .so far they don't have an ordinance against how many birds you can have. . .lol. . . .My WhiteDove just layed two more eggs after her one surviving squab is now what I call a teenager. . .lol. . .and my other Dove just hatched her first. . .we'll see if it survives. . .they don't do so well with their first hatchlings for some reason or other. . . .Now I'm gonna have to get one of those HUGH cages to keep them in. . . .gonna let them have as many as the cage will hold comfortably. . .but my one dream is to be able to have more Corgis (I wonder why??? LOL). . . .I personally don't see the problem since they have such a large yard to run and play in but that's the CITY for ya!!!