I'm slugging my way through graduate school with my loyal Pembrokes at my side...
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
About My Corgi(s):
My first Pemboke, Dooley, is a vivacious and beautiful young adult corgi. His favorite activities include playing ball, playing tug-of-war, playing keep away....basically any type of playful activity.
Dooley knows about 20 commands, including all of the basics and a few frivolous ones just to be fun.
The origin of Dooley's name is Gaelic, and translates to "brown hero."
The newest member of the Frap Attack Happy Pack is Duncan Darcy, Dooley's half-brother. I had gone to see the litter with the idea of selecting a female tri, but Duncan was so sweet that I got him as the best fit for our pack.
Duncan is naturally less bold than his older brother, especially around other dogs (both are similarly enthusiastic about greeting every human being). He likes to cuddle and aside from getting overwhelmed by too many giant dogs at the dog park, is just pretty chill. Training: both are crate, house, and leash-trained. Duncan is harder to train tricks, but can sit and shake.
What are darling Dooley is. I have a r/w male 2 years old that weighs in at 45 pounds. He is a handful to hold, but he thinks he is still just a baby. He too wants to eat everything in sight...lol.
He does great even though its so hot. (right now he is making funny corgi noises with another dog that he is playing with.) I love it here in Austin and im from San Antonio. I wish Ein would get bigger (read fill out) but I know that it will not happen for another year or so. Ein has been through intermediate dog training at pets mart and will be going back for advance training. Once he is done there i plan to get him CGC certified and then make him a service dog. Lots of training to do, but it will be all worth it! :)