Linsey & Grissom
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  • Orem, UT
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San Diego, CA
About Me:
My name is Linsey. I've loved Pembroke Welsh Corgis for many years and finally was able to get one of my own on New Year's 2009.
I grew up in San Diego, but have lived in a few places in the last two years and an currently settled in Orem, UT... but will be moving to Vegas soon!
I have two dogs, my Corgi Grissom, and my Shepherd/ Golden mix, Champ.
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
About My Corgi(s):
Right now I only have one Corgi, a Pembroke named Grissom born November 6th, 2008. We were going to do agility with him, but when I moved out of Denver to Utah that dream died a little. Utah isn't very dog friendly. :-(
Grissom loves to go to the doggy daycare I work at and play with all his friends. He's most attached to his big brother, Champ, my Shepherd/ Golden mix.
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ME?! UNFIT?! Boy did I have a few words for that breeder.

Posted on September 24, 2009 at 11:49pm 12 Comments

Okay, so totally off the topic of Corgis, but dang it this is my blog and I shall post whatever I want.

In all of our wedding planning, Jon and I have decided to boycott the traditional honeymoon plans, and take a week off work, set up our new house, and get a puppy. While I want another Corgi (can't have just one, right?) I have wanted a Boxer for as long as I can remember. We decided to search for a great breeder from which to add a Boxer female to our family.

Boxers are notorious… Continue

Doesn't Anyone Care About What Their Dogs Eat? Holy Cow...

Posted on September 10, 2009 at 4:52pm 9 Comments

It's pretty well known that I can get pretty fired up about canine nutrition. I will admit perhaps too fired up, but tha's what happens when you've dedicated about 30 hours a week for the past year researching the commercial pet food industry, contacting manufacturers, discussing business practices. That's my story. Canine nutrition is a hobby for me, as well as my job. I take it serious as my dogs are my absolute life and if anything were to happen to them, I couldn't live with myself unless i… Continue

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At 1:39pm on April 20, 2010, Samantha, Daxter and Seeka! said…
your grissom looks like my Dax did when he came to daycare with me 5 days a a skinny torpedo....haha he's adorable!
At 9:05am on November 6, 2009, Corgibyassociation said…
Happy Birthday Grissom!!!! Freya just had hers on the 1st of November and she's 1 years old too:D.

I read in another discussion that Grissom is on the small side too. How much does he weigh?
At 2:25pm on October 15, 2009, Alice said…
I love Grissoms name! Reminds me of CSI. :)
At 7:57am on October 2, 2009, Deanna said…
At 10:24am on October 1, 2009, Chris said…

At 7:51am on September 25, 2009, Beauty and the Beast said…
Naughty you with your Christmas Puppy. LOL
I wanted mine for my birthday actually, but didn't have enough money at the time and didn't want my fiance to bring me one from a puppy mill. So we waited and waited and waited (for 3 months).
What I meant by "getting puppy for Christmas" was buying on a whim. People are more prone to make bad decisions about purchases on Christmas in general and all this holiday rush in not good for a puppy in a new home.
My friend works at a pet store and every year there are people bringing back small animals that they got for their kids.
At 11:33pm on September 24, 2009, Sky and Lyla said…
Thanks! I will definitely have to check out that forum and see if I can gain some more info.
At 10:10pm on September 24, 2009, King Koby of the Treasure Coast said…
Thanks for your input. I have had bad experiences with pitts in the past. I try to keep an open mind but I am afraid of that breed. I never knew goldens could be aggressive! Thanks again for sharing
At 5:34pm on August 21, 2009, Britney Piercy said…
I was not aware that she fed them a low quality food. Purina wasn't it? We switched Syd to Iams as soon as we got her, just because that is the kind all of our other animals eat. And an unbilical hernia???? She really shipped him to you like that? I thought there was some type of contract where she is responsible for those sort of things. If that were Syd, there is no way my dad would of let that happen. Sydnei's temperment is perfect also, i could not ask for a more perfect dog! :) AND Syd is also perfectly alright alone in a quite cage. I hope i can describe this alright for ya. Well, all of the dogs, and puppies, the first time i went out there, were in this extremely small shed. Actualy if you go here: you can see the small cages that they were in. You will have to scroll down the page, it was the crates that were two and three stacked high. It WAS NOT air conditioned in there in the middle of july, there was just a fan running. Like i said, the first time i went there all of the puppies and their mother were in the cages since they were still nursing. I can almost guarantee that the puppies were never taken inside and played with often. I hate to say this but, she was not the friendliest to me either. Possibly, it could be due to the fact that i am only 20 years old walking in there wanting a puppy, but i dont know. Anyway, in the shed like every cage was filled up with puppies and their mother. It amost looked like something you would see on TV. So i left thatday and went back like the next month to pick Syd up. This time i took my boyfriend at the time with me because ho offered to help me pay for her. Within 2 minutes of him walking into the shed, he walked out and went and sat in the car because he was so upset about them being caged like that.There was WAY too many dogs in such a little place. I felt they should of had way more room to play and stretch their legs.I hope this gives you a little better of an idea. :)
At 11:12pm on August 19, 2009, Britney Piercy said…
Yea, i seen it was the last litter of pups last time. I didnt exactly like how the dogs were caged when i went there, but just like you, as soon as i held her she was mine :) Did you know she is also selling Harris??

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