Maddie, Sam, and Ruby
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  • Valdosta, GA
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New pup!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lois B. Allen Sep 9, 2012. 8 Replies

Last week a corgi mix came in to the rescue where I volunteer. Of course her being a corgi mix, corgi/jack russell, I think, I had to at least foster her. But, of course, once she was home, and…Continue

I revamped my Etsy shop! Introducing: The Flying Corgi!

Started Jul 1, 2012 0 Replies

A new name, new banner, and new items! I`m so excited, I hope it`ll boost traffic. e x e;;;; I need to restart my moving fund. Let me know what you think, I want some feedback on how it looks now.…Continue

35 pounds!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Maddie, Sam, and Ruby Jun 20, 2012. 15 Replies

When I got Sam he was a precious 20lbs, but upon today`s vet visit to pick up his heart worm meds I asked the tech working if she could weigh him because I`d suspected he`d gotten bigger. I was…Continue

Corgi possessiveness?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Anna Morelli Apr 23, 2012. 7 Replies

Sam is super possessive of me, and very protective around new people and dogs. Sometimes if I`m sick or not feeling well he doesn`t even like my family coming near me, and will hardly leave my side…Continue

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Maddie, Sam, and Ruby replied to Melissa's discussion Help!! Should I dock my Pembroke puppies tails?
"My dog has a tail and I just love it. I would definitely vote 'no' on docking. "
Sep 16, 2012
Lois B. Allen replied to Maddie, Sam, and Ruby's discussion New pup!
"Wonderful.  I wish you all a good life together.  I have a mix and always enjoy looking at mixes."
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"Thank you everyone! Sam LOVES her, together they`ve nearly taken over my bed. "
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Maddie, Sam, and Ruby posted a discussion

New pup!

Last week a corgi mix came in to the rescue where I volunteer. Of course her being a corgi mix, corgi/jack russell, I think, I had to at least foster her. But, of course, once she was home, and seeing how happy she was and how well she fit in, I couldn`t just give her away. She`s been here for a week now, and she fits right in! http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m9q6u14mdE1r8t7yfo1_500.jpg…See More
Sep 7, 2012

Profile Information

Hometown:
Valdosta
About Me:
Hi! I`m Maddie. I`m 22 years old and from South Georgia. I`ve loved corgis for over a decade and after a very very long wait have finally acquired my first. I run an etsy shop where I sell tote bags decorated with, among other things, all kinds of corgis.
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
No
Website:
http://sammythelowrider.tumblr.com
About My Corgi(s):
Sam Wesson is a Pembroke Welsh corgi with lovely floppy ears and a long waggy tail. He`s a very laid back purebred that was found running as a stray and was recently adopted by me from Lake City Humane Society in Lake City Florida.

Ruby Roux is a Welsh Corgi/Jack Russell mix with loads of energy and personality to spare. She was found running at large in Lowndes Co. GA, then was transferred to ACT of Valdosta, where she was later adopted by me.

Sam and Ruby are the best of friends and enjoy palling around the house, and dragging me down the street on walks. Even though they`re short, they obviously think they`re sled dogs.
I have:
Pembroke

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At 10:48am on May 15, 2012, Anna Morelli said…

Thank you for your friend request :-)   I'm happy to hear Sam is doing better.  When you adopt a dog you really don't know what experiences may have prompted certain behavior patterns to develop, but with love, a stable environment and clear guidance they learn to relax and drop some of their defenses. I'm sure he was looking for someone like you.

At 9:07pm on April 11, 2012, Ellen Andersen said…

Thank you for the friend'ing!  Sam is just adorable.  Thanks so much for adopting him.

At 11:34pm on March 13, 2012, John Wolff said…

The lupine ancestry is apparent only in the kitchen, or in the presence of a moving soccer ball.

At 10:42pm on March 12, 2012, John Wolff said…

then you'll be interested to learn that the expressed Fibroblast Growth Factor 4 retrogene responsible for breed-defining chondrodysplasia in domestic dogs contains a silent point mutation absent from the source gene in domestic dogs, but present in wolves from eastern Europe and the Middle east (see "What happened to your dog's legs" in Corgi Jokes).

At 5:46pm on March 12, 2012, John Wolff said…

I don't really know much (just good at faking it... I should run for office or start a hedge fund...?).

Search this site for "ears" or "taping" -- some breeders tape-up the ears if they're slow to stiffen.  The window of opportunity may be past.  I don't know.  Ask Joanna Kimball?  some of the other breeders here?  I know I've seen this discussed here.

Google "Belyaev experiment" "fox".  Floppy ears is a juvenile (neotenic) trait that does not occur in nature, but it's among the juvenile traits that appear with domestication.  I believe some of Belyaev's foxes showed floppy ears, and all they were selecting for was tameness.  This whole suite of juvenile characteristics appears when you select wild animals just for tameness.

Sam looks killer with the floppies, but might hear better with prick ears, and they way they aim them is very expressive.

At 9:09pm on March 11, 2012, John Wolff said…

Ears are usually up by 2 months.  Sometimes you see a corgi with one floppy ear -- very endearing -- if you ever get videos of the ears going up and down, do post them!

I agree, he looks a lot like a purebred pem except for the rounded, floppy ears, but let's see how he is at 1 y.o.  If he ends up with legs just a bit longer than standard, that's my fantasy dog physique -- like an Australian kelpie -- there's a dog on here somewhere, a "border cardi" -- border collie x cardigan.  

He's a real find, you got lucky.  We always wanted a pem with a tail.

At 12:28am on March 11, 2012, Sidney and Angie said…

your drawings are amazing!

Thats cool that sam has his tail.you don't see that to often

At 12:14am on March 11, 2012, Geri & Sidney said…

Welcome Maddie and Sam! I love your drawings. Sidney has his tail too, so I love seeing the tailed corgis in your drawings.

At 10:39pm on March 9, 2012, John Wolff said…

What a cool dog.  I love to see Pems with tails.  I'd bet on a lab x Pem mix though, because of the ears.   Are the legs a bit longer than Pems'?

Mixes are supposedly healthier than purebreds, averaging 1 year longer lifespan when you control for size and stuff like that.

Sam reminds me of Lady, a Golden x Pem mix, the dog who first got my wife interested in corgies.

At 10:36pm on March 9, 2012, WhiteDove said…
 
 
 

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