"I added a few new pictures. Crosby is doing great. He starts puppy class on Monday and he needs it! He knows a few basic commands but he is stubborn and refuses to be intimidated. He wont even back down to Cooper. He may be just a wee bit spoiled…"
"It's hard to believe they will be leaving soon. There is no shortage of attention for them. My kids adore them. My daughter is getting better about letting them go, but often sheds tears when they leave."
We live in Lawton, OK and own three Pembroke Welsh Corgis, Hannah, Riley and Nubbins. We breed the occassional litter every once in while. We truly love the breed and cannot imagine having any other dog. I first fell in love with the breed when my mother read the book, Corgiville Fair to me as a child.
I added a few new pictures. Crosby is doing great. He starts puppy class on Monday and he needs it! He knows a few basic commands but he is stubborn and refuses to be intimidated. He wont even back down to Cooper. He may be just a wee bit spoiled too. The vet says he is perfect.
Shiloh's first encounter with snow! She did not want to come in, she was biting at the snow falling in the air and having so much fun! Even Annie was trying to "herd" her in! Sorry the picture is blurry, I shot it through the glass door.
Just to let you know...we had to change her name again!!!! Molly sounds too much like "Mommy" to our other dogs...everytime we would call Molly, our other dogs would go nuts and bark and run to the door. Mike always says "Mommys home" when I get home from work. So we named her "Shiloh Dream" aka Shiloh!
Annie had a litter of 8, 3 red-headed tris and 5 red/whites. There is one male red/white with a beautiful full collar and blaze. He's going to be pretty. I had a long night last night with Annie birthing *stressfull* and my boss gave me today off! What a guy! How is your new litter doing?