I've wanted a Pembroke corgi for years now! I finally found my little girl and brought her home about a month ago. Thought it would be fun to coorespond with others in who have corgis.
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
About My Corgi(s):
Welcomed Zoe into our house about 4 weeks ago. What a sweetheart! Now we just need to get the hang of potty training! :) The vet said that she is 'petite' so she'll be on the smaller side. He asked if she was the runt but since I rescued her from another family who didn't want her, I wasn't sure. She was born in July 2009 and is about four months old now. Love her!!!
Hey Lorie! I am so sorry about the fact that I never check my corgi account. I am always on facebook. I am bad. You come by for as many Rhino fries as you want. I personaly couldn't eat another one. We have been quite busy with Wookie. He has been deamed as phsycho by a third level animal behaviorist in MD. It has been a mess with my new samoyed puppy and Wookie. The Wookster ripped the nostril clean off my puppy! The puppy is fine...he does have a missing nostril crook though. The new training for Wookie has been successful so far. Tomorrow I am going to see a Dog Whisperer seminar at the Penn State York Campus. I am excited! I wish I could take Wookie and have Cesar take him to the center. LOL. If you are ever in the area for fries, ask for me! I have had one other member of the mycorgi.com member look me up at Rockwell's. Oh, what a small world!
Hi Lorie! Thanks for the friend invite. Zoe is sure cute, maybe she and Midnight will get along better as time goes by. It took Rosie about 4 months before she realized that the cats were not mini sheep that needed direction. =)
Hello Lorie, I would love to get together with you. We have added a new addition to our pack today. He is a little samoyed pup. We lost our 11 year old samoyed in April and I was devastated and needed to have the samoyed smile back in my life. I also have an 8 year old Australian sheperd and Wookie that is a year and half. Wookie has nervous issues with other dogs and has a tendoncy to lash out. He also has issues with tagging things that are his and is not sharing. He is a work in progress!!!! Keeping the puppy close for now is my gameplan. Keep in touch...I would love to swap stories and good luck with your new pup.
No advice at all, really, because I'm a first time corgi owner myself! My Eddy is really smart and polite in general, but cannot stop eating our house up at this point (9 months old). Bringing your puppy to places/on walks around dog-frequented areas helped me with potty training, because he started (around 4-5 months) only wanting to "go" where other dogs have! -Sunni