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I am a personal trainer and work part time. I am married 22 years with two children, ages 20 and 16. My Daugher is in college and home for the summer, and my son is a junior in high school.
About My Corgi(s):
We rescued him seven years ago, and has been on anxiety medication (prozac) for OCD, and anxiety. It has worked somewhat ok, until a new cat arrived in Nov. (our cat passed away last June) He was here when Freddie arrived. Now Freddie is refusing to walk on various places of the floor, barks nonstop, acting afraid of something that isn't there. The Vet has put him on Zoloft, and says he's using his natural instinct to focus on OCD? If that makes any sense? It's driving my crazy. Today, he refused to walk through the room with a toy, and crawled under a table to bring it to me.

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Posted on June 20, 2008 at 9:00am 2 Comments

Thanks everyone for the invitations, I haven't had the time to do the same, plusfigure out how to go about inviting everyone (because everyone is welcome, of course) . I want to put more photos of my dog on the web page, but with baseball almost every night, I can't find the time. I will get caught up this weekend. Please be patient with me. The dogs look adorable. One thing thatI have noticed is that Fred seems to only be interested in other corgies. He really won't give other dogs the "time… Continue

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At 5:03pm on October 19, 2010, Carol Rea said…
Belated welcome to Freddie and to Luanne too! This is Carol from wheelcorgis! I have a Tri on wheels and a sable couch potato, both rescues. Lucky is our Tri, and a handful - barks, he is the wanderer, I think he is ADHD at times! Good luck with meds - i am a retired dietitian and pharmacy technician also. Medications can be hard. Carol, Lucky and Sonny
At 10:09am on June 20, 2008, FuzzyButt said…
I am a human with OCD, and trust me its probably just as hard for Freddie as it is for you. However dogs live in the moment, humans do not.

I have never been on the same medication as a dog before, so this is new to me. I was on Prozac when I was younger, and am now on 100mg Zoloft. But I was told that human medication was bad for dogs. How is it Freddie is able to take these medications?
At 10:00pm on June 19, 2008, Corgi Mom said…
Welcome to the group! Freddie looks so handsome. That really is an adorable picture of him. Good luck on his behaviour issues.
At 12:49pm on June 18, 2008, Cindi said…
Hi LuAnne! First, welcome. Glad you joined us. Sounds like Freddie has some very serious behavior issues. There are different and new drugs for these issues. When I remember the name I'll pass it along. Until then, if you have access to a canine behaviorist, it would be helpful. It's so difficult for a trainer or vet to address since it is generally out of our field of education. However, a good canine behaviorist can be a god-send. Kokomo isn't really small. There should be someone in the area. You might ask your local PetSmart trainer if he/she knows of someone. Good luck.
At 9:51am on June 18, 2008, Sam Tsang said…
Welcome LuAnne and family!

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