I'm not working at present but I am volunteering at a local nursing home. I had one of my Corgis (Jake) tested through the St. John Amulance Therapy Dog Program so that we could go together and provide some comfort and love to the old folks who don't get to go out much and don't get many visitors. After all, life is short and it won't be long until I'll be in the same position. I started to record my visits on a blog on blogger.com.
I previously worked as a Travel Agent and travelled quite a bit to many different places but now I stay home most of the time and am the CEO of my own private zoo (4 dogs, 3 cats and a bird). I like hanging around with my pack of 3 Corgis and 1 Cairn Terrier/Jack Russell mix mostly and don't have alot of human friends (I prefer the four-legged and feathered kind). I don't drink, smoke, do drugs or party but I do love to dance. I don't trust people who don't love animals. I love my family (2 kids and 3 grandchildren) and love going for long drives now and seeing as much of my own country as I can. I've covered most of it but still haven't been to the east coast (Atlantic Canada). That's next on my to do list.
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
About My Corgi(s):
Jake was my first and arrived in 2008 at the age of 10 wks. old. On his first birthday I got "Coco" also at the age of 10 wks. old..a (Corgi wanna-be) Cairn Terrier/Jack Russell mix as a birthday present for Jake. They are best friends now. Then in March 2010, Jake's mother "Chloe" arrived at the age of 6 yrs. old. Chloe was put up for adoption by the breeder after she was retired from showing and breeding. I just had to have her because she was Jake's mother. Then in June 2010, I welcomed "Sally" into our pack. Sally my tri girl, came from a friend who couldn't keep her. She was 5 yrs. old on October 20th (2010).
so great to see anther corgi lover! as you may have noticed we recently lost our little boy, may i ask where you got your pups from? Our breeder is no longer breeding, I have tried to contact him...but think he has retired Finnshavn Kennels.
It really does suck being told that you can't have a pet-especially for me since I am 18 and feel that I should be allowed to get a dog if I would like to-that was my main motive behind getting older! xD I am joking of course, but it really does just burn my cookies that I can't get my pup now.. I know that it will happen and all, I just need to figure out when! Which I don't really think I'll know until it happens! (With my luck, the lady I want to get my puppy from won't have any available when we move, so I'll have to wait until she has more and God knows when that will be!)
I'm sorry that your parents just let him out and about like that.. I wouldn't have! You've got three corgis? Haha! I want to get two as of right now.. I want to get my first one now and then about a year after I get him, I want to get another!:) I already have their names picked out and everything haha:) (I actually want to get a few more, but.. Well. My fiance is not really wanting my to get two at all already xD Because he wants to get Alaskan Klee Kais and that'll be four dogs right there in itself. Which is a lot.. But I have a feeling that when it comes down to it, two corgis simply won't be enough for me.. I see all the people on here with a bunch of corgis and I'm like "That needs to be me." But I think that if I do get more than two, that the two original will be the only ones from a breeder and that the others would be rescues.. Because then everybody wins:D Josh, my fiance, gets to be a dog hero, I get to have multiple corgis, and the abandoned corgis here get a home;D Haha.. I'll see what I can do about that when the time comes! >:}
Thanks for the invite! We got "Halo" in Michigan, my quest to find one in Canada met with many sad moments...stillborn pups, 2 year long waiting lists, ect. It was very frustrating, and heartbreaking. I actually wanted a red/white, but she turned sable, which I actually really like, and she getting more and more black on her, I'll have to post new pics. BTW...your dogs are just adorable too!