I live in the country and love animals so I have a variety of dogs(2 of my own corgis, Wynn and daughter Sage)2 rescues,a corgi mix and an Aussie) cats and free range chickens. I am lucky because I get to work close to my home and my dog(s) get to come with me...My husband and I have grown children and several beautiful grandchildren who love to visit and play with the animals.My love for Corgis started when I went to pick a female Corgi and Wynn picked me... he proceeded to walk up to me, lay his tiny little head on my foot and fall asleep.Wynn still parades around my house with one of my shoes and I always have to "look" for my shoe before I can leave...I did a Corgi rescue April (08) I felt like I wanted to help other Corgis...wow what an experience and I learned a lot. I also do corgi rescue when needed..Jackson now lives with Jennifer Markley. Calvin my Cardigan rescue lives with Joanna and Rainy my own Pembroke was rehomed and lives with Joanna's parents where she can be the "princess" and have her own people!
I have 4 Corgis.Wynn is my male Corgi that started this obsession with Corgis and he is now 9. Wynn's daughter Sage is 3 and a Therapy Inc.dog that often travels with me.Wiley my rescue is also about 8. Teddy my other rescue is about 11. Armani is my Aussie who thinks and acts like a corgi! Tank is a 4 year old Corgi mix. We decided to adopt him instead of another Corgi because he had already been in 3 homes at 1 year of age. He can run for hours in our groves and wear off his energy and is such a sweet boy. 1/2.
We got Floyd our Corgi rescue on Sunday...so far he has been so good and my hubby is very impressed by his walking skills! He found his bed and has toys surrounding it. He even brought me one when I got home from work today...I'm happy!…
Hello Jane. . .thank you for noticing. I've been very busy with updating medical records at work which leaves me exhausted and very little time on the weekends. Also I'v been so sad too. I lost my beautiful Sid in June of this year and I still miss him so much. The other Pupsters still peak around corners thinking he'll be playing hide-n-sick. They are confused and miss him too. Hope all is well with you and yours. P.S. I'm thinking of getting two little girls to add to the pack.
Thank you so much Jane. I did find a beautiful baby Corgi. His name is Morty! Not sure how to send you a photo of him. I rescued an 8 year old Corgi named Gizmo and only had 5 months with him before he was diagnosed with an inoperable tumor. Baby Morty will get all the love and friendship that we gave Gizzy for many years to come.
If I would have just scrolled down this page I would have found my answer. haha. Earlier today I had to put add my date of birth in a pull down window. My hand got tired having to scroll so long before getting to my year! ;)
Hi Jane, thanks for the comment on the pic of Tucker jumping wishing my daughter a happy birthday! Yes, I think he was wishing her a happy birthday as well as trying to steal the gift to open, lol!!!! He lovesss presents! Sarah and Tucker share a birthday, crazy!! I always said if i were to have more human children they would be born in october, never thinking i would have two dogs with october birthdays!!!! I have more pics of tucker to poste, ive been slacking. he had his own bag of presents to open which he opened after helping Sarah with hers!! Hope your all doing well!!