Kasey, Max, & Zoey
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Fundraising for local Humane Society

Started Mar 10, 2012 0 Replies

Hello friends! im writing to ask for your help. Our local humane society is raising money for their "raise the roof" campaign. This fundraiser will help them replace their old out dated building.…Continue

Things That Make Corgis Happy!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Teresa Gilpin Feb 19, 2012. 8 Replies

Hello Everyone!,A friend sent me this link on facebook because it reminded her of our fur babies and I just had to share it! I laughed so hard the entire thing, not only because the pictures are…Continue

Can corgis go into heat immediately after the previous one?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Melissa and Franklin! Jan 2, 2012. 2 Replies

My little Zoey(9 months old) completely finished her first heat 2 weeks ago (that includes the week after bleeding stops). That is also the time that our male lost interest in her. She was NOT…Continue

Corgi Mixes Need Adopted in Washington

Started Aug 25, 2011 0 Replies

These corgi/dachshund mixes need good homes! They are at the Wenatchee Humane Society. http://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/20690658 …Continue

 

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About Me:
My name is Kasey. I live for the outdoors. I like hiking, camping, boating, and hunting. I live with my boyfriend Brayden who is responsible for my corgi obession.
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
No
About My Corgi(s):
We have two corgis. Our first is a 3 year old male. His name is Max. He is the best dog in the world. He loves fetch and being outside. He goes everywhere and does anything. He is so well mannered people often think he doesn't exist.
Then there is our female we got at the beginning of May. Her name is Zoey. She is a tri and has a one of a kind personality. She is my princess and brightens my world. Couldn't imagine how we lived life without her. She fits perfectly in our little corgi family.
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Pembroke

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Our Good News!

Posted on November 22, 2011 at 3:39am 11 Comments

Well its official! Max and Zoey's mommy and daddy are getting married! We dont have a date yet but we are excited. Brayden proposed on my birthday last week. Can't wait to make our little family official! While I'm here, we all wanted to say:

 

 

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!…

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High Mountain Corgis

Posted on September 18, 2011 at 8:51pm 8 Comments

We Finally Made It To Spider Meadows!!!

5.5 miles up and another 5.5 down! They had a… Continue

Another Corgi Adventure!

Posted on August 16, 2011 at 9:08pm 9 Comments

Just thought I would share some pictures from Max and Zoey's latest adventure. We went beach camping on Banks Lake Washington. They had a blast!

 

My favorite of zoey enjoying the beach

 

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Corgis on the move!!!

Posted on July 22, 2011 at 1:51am 10 Comments

Well here is for some very exciting news. Max and Zoey (with mom and dad of course) will be moving. We are upgrading from our little apartment to a 3 bedroom 2 bath duplex with a fenced yard. When we started looking I refused to get anything without a yard. Nothing but the best for our pups! Max and Zoey are going to love it and I can see their bordum going straight down the drain. Lots of room to FRAP!!!! So wish us luck on our big move tomorrow! I'll post some… Continue

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At 12:24pm on January 4, 2012, John Wolff said…

http://www.wta.org/go-hiking/hikes/umtanum-ridge-crest

google it.   Umtanum Ridge, south of Ellensburg on SR 821.  I've heard that ticks can be heavy there at certain seasons (spring?).  There's a trailhead with a pedestrian suspension bridge.  Occasionally closed at lambing time for bighorn sheep?  Stiff uphill hike, to maybe 3500' at the microwave relay.  Road-accessible up top, so expect hunters.

At 11:42pm on January 3, 2012, John Wolff said…

Just hiked Umtanum ridge with a pal.  Great dog hike.  Saw several hunters (it is road-accessible) and heard a lot of shooting in the distance. So wear safety hunter-orange colors.  I flag the dogs with day-glo magenta survey ribbon, I only trust 99% of the hunters, and a corgi can look lie a fox in tall grass.  It was cold, snow.  I'm told the tiocks can be heavy there in warmer weather.  Wide-open up on top, 3500'. 

At 3:17am on September 20, 2011, John Wolff said…

This is one of the last of the 1400 pics I took on our 5-day Labor Day trip;  I'm so glad you got to see this magic place:

At 7:19pm on September 14, 2011, Gail & Ashton said…

Sorry so long to reply! This summer has been beyond busy! I really hope we can meet up one of these days for some corgi fun. This coming weekend is the Wenatchee Dog Show but we got so behind on stuff we missed the cut off for entries, shoot! So we are headed to Fall City instead for some Coursing. But we will be entering the agility trial in Wenatchee next month! If you can come out you should check it out. Ashton is still in the Novice class but hopefully he'll get a couple of titles in Wenatchee! (keep your fingers crossed!)

I am so happy you guys are getting into obedience and got to meet Jeff. He is such a sweet guy and does tons and tons of stuff with his dogs. Maybe you'll be ready for competition by the time the Moses Lake show rolls around this spring! (hint, hint) As extra incentive John and I donate a corgi specific prizes in Rally and we'll probably add prizes for obedience too. :D

Hope all is well and the corgi kids aren't melting in this heat! Definitely keep in touch and hopefully we'll cross paths soon! Take care!!

 

At 7:14pm on September 2, 2011, Cindi & Twinkie said…
I forgot to tell you thank you for the series of Twinkie! Now she's a pop icon too! Thanks again!
At 9:36pm on August 19, 2011, Cody Jones said…
Thanks so much for the info and the contact! Much appreciated. For a long time we had our hearts set on a puppy but we would absolutely consider 5 months old. We've contacted breeders all over Washington and Oregon, no place is too far if they have our puppy! Thanks again, we look forward to hearing from you.
At 4:33pm on August 19, 2011, Cody Jones said…

Thanks for the information.  We've been through just about every type of classified we can come across to try and find a tri male pup.  If you would be willing to give your breeder a call and see if they have any knowledge of anyone with pups or having them soon that would be a tremendous help.

Really appreciate it.  Thanks in advance.

At 2:21pm on August 17, 2011, John Wolff said…

What your breeder's name?  Ours (Carrie Hale) likely knows her.

Did you ever get up to Spider Meadows?  It's a very popular place -- there were lots of cars at the trailhead when Al & I spent the night on Mt. Maude and Al passed his Porcupine Test.

http://www.mycorgi.com/profiles/blogs/our-masterpiece

Get over to Ancient Lakes, there's a big loop hike you can do, great in winter when it's cooler.

At 12:26pm on July 22, 2011, John Wolff said…
Hey, who'd you get Zoey from?
At 1:14am on July 12, 2011, John Wolff said…
Do you get a lot of ticks on the east side? Al brought one home in mid-June, when we went to the Teanaway, even though I'd put Advantix on hime the night before we left. The wood/dog ticks are supposedly on the east side of the Cascades, but I sort of recall seeing a range map showing that deer ticks (which vector Lyme disease) are on the wet west side. They're smaller, harder to spot. Don't know if I've ever seen one.
 
 
 

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