"Bumping this one up since we are shopping for Maddie to get a winter shirt to keep the belly less mucky.
I bought Buddha a large blue camo tank on Baxterboo.com last year, but the chest still seems too tight. I did go to corgiclothes to check them…"
"One of our neighbors happend to drop in. He looked in the backyard and was like "what is that"? It was a little embarassing to explain. After he got done laughing his butt off I should have made a pic!"
"I wouldn't worry. My boy eats EVERYTHING (Rope, plastic bottle labels, pegs, paper... basically anything- although we have become lightning quick in catching him and he rarely gets anything down anymore). Just the other day he somehow swallowed…"
Lockett is 4-1/2 and she is a retired show dog. Now, she is definitely enjoying the pet life - spoiled rotten. She thinks she is supposed to go every time we head to the door and she loves riding anytime you'll take her. She is quite the little guard dog howling anytime the doorbell rings. She is still trying to win over the cat - neither one of them are sure of the other so they are very cautious with each other. Since we had a new addition to our human family this year, Lockett is quite the little mother. She is very protective of Kirby and watches over him. If he's not up in the morning when she gets up, she lays in front of his crib until he is up. She's always bathing him - always. Needless to say, she's definitely a Corgi!
Oh my gosh! I just checked your page and we were at the Corgifest in Buda. We must have saw you all and didn't even regognize you. Einstein and Daisy are in some of your pics! Me and James are there right in the middle. Sorry we didn't recognize you. We only met that once and I"m terrible with names and faces. I hope you all didn't see us and think we were being rude. Einstein was in the tricks contest and did a perfect "play dead" and lost to the dog that wouldn't do it and fell asleep on the side lines. Yeah, I still am not over that. So you all paid the money for the herding part? We though it was too much for only a few minutes but we watched-may have even seen Lockett. One of those sheep in the barn stamped it's feet at Ein and Ein got dead serious and challenged the sheep. It was so cool-he would have been good at it!
Oh sorry! I didn't get your comment until today... haven't been to this site as of late. yikes! haha. I have been to the Old Pearsall Park once before but haven't been back in about 2 years. It's kinda in a rough area of town so I don't want to go out there alone. I have been to McAllister park numerous times but it's a good 25-30 minute drive from the house so we don't make it out there too often.
We do go to O.P. Schnaebel park fairly often since that's close to the house.
Sorry, we went to Branson MO and didn't get a chance to answer your message until now. Kung Fu Panda was awesome. Definately go see it. We like Kung Fu/Samurai movies and animated movies so it was a good combonation. Plus Jack Black was hysterical. Definately let us know when you want to go to the dog park again. Our dogs are always ready to go somewhere. lol!~
Hey there fellow san antonioian! I love the pic of "corgi in a box"...or maybe "sleeping corgi on display"...LOL (last pic in slideshow of Lockett in a box... :) Her personality sounds so very much like Pistol.. :) And she's adorable too!! :)