"Yep, I haven't been on much this summer, but Addy has been perpetrating plenty of naughtiness. Offenses include redecorating the house with kleenexs (which are abundant since it is allergy season), sneaking on the bed when we aren't…"
"Been a while since I've been on here - just had to share Addy's latest. Today was my grandma's birthday and Addy got to have the wrapping paper... This really wasn't technically a 'crime', since we gave her the paper,…"
"At least she didn't pee on your bed. Ricky/Rafa peed on our bed twice, when he knew better. I'm happy to say that that has stopped. Yay, Ricky. He's now a year old and is starting to outgrow some of that yucky adolescent behavior.…"
"Addy had her own muddy offense today. I took her outside, and tried to keep her on dry ground but apparently I failed. I didn't notice, when I let her in, that her paws and her belly were a bit wet and muddy.
So what does she do? Why, she…"
"Corgi's must have a thing for bandanas. Addy stole one of my wife's bandanas a long time ago, and it has since become a favorite toy - we use it as a pull rope now and it is about time to get her a new one.
"Addy LOVES to take us on chases. At home, we just corner her in the bedroom, shut the door, and she runs in tight circles ON the bed and flops like a fish out of water. But at my grandparent's house, she runs the loop of the living room and she…"
"@ Kimberlie - I'm not so sure more than half of it is left... i think alot of it ended up in the digestive tract...
@ Jack/Wendy - LOL! I had just scrolled back and found the credit card incident after I posted yesterday... I couldn't…"
"Wow. That is just epic.
The paper, the Ritz Cracker packages, the Dr. Pepper, the pee... it's like a herd of Corgi's came through your house - it's hard to believe that was accomplished by just two! That is just unbelievable!"
"Addy, fortunately, doesn't try to kiss us on the mouth - but she does kiss our nose, our ears, our hands, and our feet. She has only gotten me on the mouth (or in the mouth) a few times. She doesn't "recycle" her own... she…"
"Addy was SO naughty when she was a puppy, and has gotten SO much better - but I honestly miss all of her Corgi mischief that she would perpetrate at every turn. Her antics would make me mad sometimes, cost me money other times - but nearly every…"
"Seeing that a Corgi that has been trained for obedience trials still acts like that makes me feel SO much better! If Addy gets off her leash in a large open area she acts exactly the same way - except that she does NOT surrender to proper…"
"Addy-Bell was VERY bad today. She shot out the door as my wife, Ashley, was going through it (I was going to work, and was right behind her). I was running late for work and had to go, so that left Ashley to catch her (though I ALMOST…"
"Soo... I'm sitting here reading about other people's naughty corgis and eating a taco... wihle my corgi is standing on her hind legs, her paws on my knee digging at my pants, wanting me to give her a bite. Addy has such bad table…"
"According to www.dogfoodadvisor.com the food I feed Addy (Premium Edge, from Diamond) is a 4-star food, and on www.dogfoodanalysis.com the food is listed as reccomended (admittedly, by the one reviewer, the only reviewer thus far). Suffice to say it…"
I had developed a fascination with Corgis when I say the Anime "Cowboy Bebop", which has a male Pembroke Corgi named "Ein" as one of its central characters. I wanted a male Pembroke of similar color, and to name him "Ein". Sad, i know. My wife liked the idea of a Corgi, but also wanted a Cocker Spaniel. Bleck.
Me and my wife have been married for 3 years. No kids yet, though we're thinking our pup needs a human brother or sister! I work at Walmart, and write and teach a weekly Discipleship Class at my church. My wife is a homemaker and a Children's Pastor.
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
About My Corgi(s):
Addison Isabella ( alias: Addy-Bell, Bell-Bell, the Roomba, or sometimes just Corgi ) is a female tri-color Welsh Corgi. She is 1 year old, spayed, and unregistered. She is full of energy ( read: full of it! ); a regular 3-ring circus on 4 legs. Addy is shy around adults she doesn't know, but very friendly and outgoing with kids and other animals, cats included ( though cats don't often appreciate this for some reason). She is too smart for her own good - Corgi-proofing our house took alot of trial, error, and occasional continuing security updates. She is very smart and knows the names for several things, and many commands as well - although she doesn't usually do them unless she feels like it or you have a treat in your hand.
We found Addy-Bell at a local animal shelter when she was about 4 months old. The people running the shelter told us she was a Cardigan since she had a tail (the believed wrongly that all Pembrokes were born with little to no tail) - but I've come to believe she is actually an undocked Pembroke after some research and comparing her to other Corgis, though my wife still thinks she's a Cardigan. But, since I set up this page, I'm listing her as a Pembroke :p
Addy loves flying insects (buggies), dirty socks, toys that squeek or jingle, snow, ice cubes, cats, other dogs, kids, whatever food you're eating, car rides, playing keep-away with something of yours, making a nest under the futon, tissues out of the garbage can, and licking your feet right after you shower. She doesn't like Semi-trucks, vaccuum cleaners, fireworks, crowds of people, or being held so she can't get away.
At least she didn't pee on your bed. Ricky/Rafa peed on our bed twice, when he knew better. I'm happy to say that that has stopped. Yay, Ricky. He's now a year old and is starting to outgrow some of that yucky adolescent behavior. good dog, ricky.
HI Jeremy, I just read what you wrote about how Addy might be an undocked Pem. That's what my Sidney is. Take a look at his pics and let me know if you think Addy is like him. I can only see the one pic of Addy, but she looks like a Pembroke to me! Leaving them undocked is starting to gain favor here in the US (it's already illegal to dock in many countries).