I posted a few weeks ago about how I was told Dakota needed surgery on a torn CCL... well the time has come.
We met with the surgeon last Wednesday. I really liked him and he seems very confident about the procedure and how she will do. We are doing a traditional repair on it. The only thing that made me nervous is that I am not getting much of a physical therapy regimen from him. In fact, the only thing he said was to keep her on leash outside at all times until…Continue
So tonight we are supposed to get tons of snow (as is many states). Just a few months ago we got four feet in the span of a little over 24 hours. This isn't supposed to be nearly as much (only two feet or so), but I wonder how my babies will react? Last time they had made little pathways while the snow fell and stuck to those as it got deeper and deeper... so it looked like they were running around a maze. I wonder if they will do that again? What does everyone else's corgis do when the…Continue
So, here in NY we get LOTS of snow. Weeks ago we got hit with almost four feet of snow. We have four foot fences around our yard and the snow sat just inches below it. I was quite worried my puppies were going to walk right over it! Luckily the snow was so deep they were too afraid to travel off the paths they had created while the snow fell. They lived in these paths for at least a week, because the snow did not melt. We were actually snowed in for a few days. For a long time after…Continue
I am so excited! I have a new puppy! Ryley was born in November and would have been ready to take home the day before my wedding, but between wedding plans and our rescue Tanner I knew we wouldn't be able to handle taking her on. On Easter Sunday I went on the computer to see that little five month old Ryley was still available... I was thrilled! Tanner is so much better now (of course he still has his moments) but we could totally handle her. We sent the breeder an email that…Continue