Let's get our Tucson Corgis together on Saturday, April 6th. The Brendi Fenton Memorial Park is located south of Alvernon Way, between the intersections with E. River Road and Dodge Blvd. The Dog Park can most easily be reached by using the access from Dodge Blvd. Here is a link to a map of the park.Here is a link to the…See More
A group for people that own or just Love Cardigan and Pembroke Welsh Corgi. A group where we from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Poland, France, Russia, Germany, Sweden etc. can get to know eachother.See More
"-Your Corgi's name: Dusty
1. Your Corgi's personality is: Mellow2. Your Corgi's bark is: Deep3. Your Corgi's favorite thing to do is: Cuddle4. Your Corgi's best 'trick' is: Dance5. Your Corgi's fur is: Wavy6.…"
I am a young weather forecaster for the United States Air Force. I grew up in a big military family and traveled a lot when I was younger. I wanted a Corgi for the longest time and was able to adopt one when I moved to AZ. I love the outdoors and enjoy AZ, but I can't wait to see where my future takes me!
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
About My Corgi(s):
Dusty is my 4 year old Cardigan. I adopted him right before his third birthday, and it has been the two of us against the world (or at least against the lizards and rabbits in AZ) ever since! He is a big boy and has a big bark and heart to match! He is intimidated by large dogs and children, but we are trying to work on that. I look forward to Dusty making Corgi friends in the future!
Welcome Kelly and Dusty! Sidney is also reactive around big dogs. He'll jump at their heads with a kind a snarly bark, as if to say "back off". He's great with dogs his size and smaller. I try to reward and praise him when he behaves well with others, and other than that we'l just avoid big dogs whenever possible.