"Hi Patricia... depends how much you want to pay... There is a place in Drummondvile.. St Constant and they Quebec City Area... unfortunately I did not find any rescue group for Corgi in Montreal Region... some in Ontario
"Well I had to buy a chain leash for Winston... he ate the othersssssssssss I had... while he waits while I chat when outside...he chews his leash... bummer... I never though I would have to buy a chain leash for such a small dog!!!..."
"well there he is Wisky now Winston. in the car.. on July 30. 2012 wondering where he is going.. Happy to report that he is doing well and so am I... He does not like the flash but more pictures to come
"Wisky was born on January2nd,2012 in Victoriaville from a breeder Les Royaumes des petits Anges and was adopted by Ariane and her monther Marie-Josée Maltais in Amqui, Québec... He was raise with a female Newfoundland name Bella,…"
"Wisky weights right now is 13lbs... and he will be 7 months tomorrow... Happy Bday little guys,
From speaking with his other mom... he was put in a cage when he was left alone.. when the family was at home he would not be put in the cage…"
"I will post some pictures over the weekend,.. What a drive 14hours to go and get him.. What a wonderful little guy.. Only 2 days with him and I am in love... My first boy.. always had female before... .. Have to go to the vet and get him up to date…"
Well, I love dogs, and I recently had to put my dog to rest and I miss her a lot. I need a new companion. She was not a Corgi, and I just saw a video about them and they are what I am looking for for my next compagnion
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Welcome: There is a lot of good information about corgis on this site, what to look for in a breeder, what to be aware of for this breed, what the difference is between a pemmie and a cardi (pembroke and cardigan), etc. If you haven't already, check out the FAQ's, and you can do key word searches for areas that interest you by hovering your mouse over "members" at the top of the page then clicking on forum. You can also join groups. Honorary Corgis is a group where people share pictures and stories about thier pets who are not corgis. There is probably more than one group for people who live in your area. Do not miss the Awkward Little Sleepers group- the pictures are priceless.
A tailed corgi means he was not docked and has his full tail. Most Pembrokes are born with tails, but here in the US the breeders have the tails removed when the puppies are a few days old. This is now illegal in many other countries but is still practiced here in the US. Sidney has the "natural" look, the look that many Pembrokes around the world now have.
We brought Sidney home when he was 6 months old. It was wonderful, he was already trained and housebroken. Tri-colored corgis have colors like Rotties, sable corgis look like German SHepherds in color. They are herding dogs, they are very smart and easy to train! They will try to herd small children, cats and other dogs. Being herders they are more apt to wander than stay by your side, and they don't bark often, but when they do it is a surprisingly loud bark!