"A leash in the house will allow you to correct this immediately. Also check out Nothing In Life Is Free, it helps you see how you are contributing to her belief that she is in charge. Also, try to take some special time with her when she is behaving…"
About 8 months ago we took in a 1 year old male corgi (Ein), to be a friend for our 3 year old female corgi (Boomer).Ein has a great temperament and LOVES other dogs, however Boomer does not. We walk the 2 of them together and they act like best friends. They play in our yard together with no problem.However, in the house is a different story. Boomer behaves terribly and has tried to go after Ein. We have worked with a trainer and are trying her techniques but it's not working. We can never…See More
"I have 1 corgi and 7 cats. Boomer (the corgi) has been around the cats since she was very young and still acts likes she's never seen a cat before. She gets very excited and tries to "play" with them by chasing them and biting their…"
Hi Julie and Boomer! We used to have a corgi named Boomer too! and we named her after that character on Battlestar Galatica too!! And she was almost all red and sable too!!!! But sadly, our Boomer was killed in a tragic car accident. She was only about 16 months old. We still think of her and recount her funny moments and antics everyday. Your Boomer really reminds us of ours... =)
It is not uncommon to have a setback in housebreaking at about 5-6 months even without the surgery. I would expect that it is temporary and she will get back on track very soon! Nice pictures. Boomer is very cute! If you figure out how to get her to stop chasing cats let me know. With ours it is a pafk mentality and the barn cats egg it on.