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Male corgi needs a home!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jane Christensen Mar 25, 2011. 4 Replies

Breeder near Los Angeles?

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Hometown:
Los Angeles
About Me:
We're foodies from Los Angeles that enjoy live music and watching corgi run =]
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
No
About My Corgi(s):
Wally was born March 10, 2008. He's a sable colored Pembroke and just too cute for his own good! He loves sleeping under ANYTHING, or creating a little den for himself where you least expect, like in the closet in your hamper... He finds much joy in anything that squeaks, chasing or being chased, the laser pointer, ice chips, removing caps off water bottles, and rolling around in the grass. Wally LOVES the ladies and is very much the neighborhood Casanova. Wally has graduated from obedience school, passed his CGC exam and is now a certified Canine Good Citizen! Mama and Papa are VERY proud!!

Oliver came into our lives on August 20, 2010, so that's his new given birth date. He's approximately 9 1/2 (approx. 7 when we got him) and is a tri-colored Pembroke. We don't know too much about his history other than he was a stray in Riverside...and he's husky and adorable! He was quite sick when we first brought him home, but he's nice and healthy and running around now, although he does suffer from severe allergies. Oliver is a very calm and mellow dog...he loves to just lay around and be petted all day or mouth at a soft ball. He gets excited about the dog park and seems to have an affinity for Boston Terriers and large black dogs. He's a HEAVY snorer and sleeps with his tongue sticking out about 90% of the time...sometimes I wonder if he has doggy sleep apnea? He's graduated from obedience school and has his CGC as well. Oliver has the most amazing ability to detect when someone is in emotional distress. As soon as he does, he's right by the person's side, rests his chin on their lap and gives you these eyes that say "everything will be okay." Mike and I are so lucky to have a dog that is so emotionally therapeutic.

Our newest addition is Eva! She was adopted on Sept. 17th, 2012 from a family in Agoura Hills that surrendered her to the shelter. Long story so I'll try to make it short. The shelter refused to adopt her out because she was described as extremely aggressive and a biter. Had the owners not came back for her, she would have been euthanized. The volunteers informed me that the owner was coming that evening, so I waited around to see if they would release her to me. Thankfully they did! Turns out Eva nipped the the son when he went for her bowl(didn't break skin), mom freaked out and took her to the shelter that afternoon. I was able to get some history and learned that she was a backyard dog that was never allowed inside the house so she never became part of the family pack. Everything was new to her, the sound of cars whizzing by, buses, cars honking, she was even freaked out by the feeling of carpet under her paws! Fast forward 3 1/2 months. She's now housebroken, has lost 4lbs (came to us at 42lbs!) and finding her place in the pack, slowly challenging Wally for alpha position. She is the BIGGEST sweetheart that was just dying for love and affection. She LOVES belly rubs, to cuddle, and has to say hi to EVERYONE she meets. Her eyes compel you to pet her! She's a little piggy! EXTREMELY food motivated, too bad she's on a diet and exercise regimen, for her own good of course! She's very playful, loves fetch, and is constantly scouring the skies for birds. We're still learning more about our little missy, but we couldn't have asked for a sweeter, loving, more affectionate dog. She's brought a new, joyful energy into the home and we love her to pieces! BTW, we haven't experienced a single sign of aggression in our girl =)
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Pembroke

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Healing nicely =] behaving badly =[

Posted on September 17, 2008 at 2:18pm 2 Comments

Wally got his draining tube and stitches removed which means he's all better and collar free! His wound is healing very neatly and Dr. Beltran said he could go back to regular activity which is wonderful news. Wally's been able to play with the big dogs at daycare again so he's having a blast. My only concern now is that he's been behaving badly on his walks. He keeps tugging so hard that he chokes himself and continues to keep pulling and choking. When I stop he stops beside me but as soon as… Continue

Followup

Posted on September 4, 2008 at 3:44pm 4 Comments

As a followup to this post
http://www.mycorgi.com/xn/detail/1150197:BlogPost:177789

Wally's got an infection :( He's currently with the doctor for a few hours. They had to put him under anesthesia for a bit so they could drain the pus and whatnot from the infection.

He's gonna be walking around with some tube in his arm for the next few days so that the pus can drain. Boo :(

'Tis but a flesh wound.

Posted on September 1, 2008 at 1:08pm 11 Comments

Poor Wally got bit by a pitbull yesterday. Good news is that he's fine. Bad news is that he has to wear this ridiculous collar for 2!! weeks.

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At 4:50pm on January 3, 2016, Lucy & Ricky-Rafa (Wendy/Jack ) said…

I'm rarely on this page & maybe you're not hear often either. You can email me at wgflorin@gmail.com.

I'm on FB (Wendy Geiger). But, I barely check in on FB. Hope to hear from you one way or another.

At 4:32pm on January 3, 2016, Lucy & Ricky-Rafa (Wendy/Jack ) said…

Hello Susan from Wendy, Jack, Lucy and Ricky.

I just wanted to let you know that I finally "met" Ricky's father Cody Front and Center's owner, Stacey. We chatted online and then on the phone. She also is friends with the owner of Ricky's mom, Opals Sweet Pickles, who sadly died in an accident. Apparently both Cody and Pickles had very hard lives until they found their forever homes. I'm hoping to meet Cody and wish I could have met Pickles. Stacey shared a video of Pickles. Ricky looks a lot like her. Hope all's going well with you and that you enjoyed the holidays. Happy, healthy 2016!

At 4:55pm on October 24, 2015, Lucy & Ricky-Rafa (Wendy/Jack ) said…

It's been so long since we communicated. I went off mycorgi for a few years as life got too busy. But, I was just looking at some of your photos and wondered how you're all doing. I can't believe Wally was bit by a pit bull. Last summer, Lucy 9 yrs young, who never needed a leash when hanging out on the porch w/ us (unlike Ricky-Rafa, who can't be trusted one minute off-leash) charged a pit bull that was was just taking a walk w/ her owner. Lucy aggressively got in her face. We were so lucky that the pit bull was very sweet natured and not at all aggressive. We were stunned. While Lucy has never been one to want to go to dog parks or corgi beach meet-ups :( , we had never seen her behave this way. Needless to say, she has permanently lost her off-leash privileges!

Ricky-Rafa has matured into a Romeo. He's sweet-natured and always up for having fun. You once mentioned that you know where his father, Cody Front and Center is, but you never told me where. Do you still know? Do you have any photos of him. Hope that Wally recovered well. I can't believe that it was back in 2008!! Hope all's well w/ you and your crew. Please keep in touch. Wendy, Lucy and Ricky-Rafa

At 8:05pm on December 16, 2013, Lucy & Ricky-Rafa (Wendy/Jack ) said…

PS

We're corgi fanatics and also foodies. We live in N Orange County but one of our kids lives in W Hollywood. Maybe our we can meet up at a pooch-friendly restaurant some day.

At 7:49pm on December 3, 2013, Lucy & Ricky-Rafa (Wendy/Jack ) said…

I just saw your friend request and am so excited that you know Ricky-Rafa's father. i can't wait to hear more! We love RR so much and any information on his fur-family would be so wonderful. We did get to meet one of Lucy's litter mates last year and it was so much fun. Thanks for "friend-ing" us. Sorry it took me so long to see your note. I haven't had as much time as I would like to spend on mycorgi. I do love this site. Happy holidays!

At 10:25pm on February 12, 2013, Natalie, Lance &Tucker said…

Thanks Susan!  It is amazing how in tuned they can be.  And I am biased too with corgis :)

They are the best!!!   How are you doing with your auto immune issues, if you don't mind me asking? 

Awww, poor guy, that is nice of his brother to wait up for him when he starts getting sore.  I was talking with a lady at work and she was telling me about her daughters dog that has a tumor near its heart and wasnt doing well at all, only 7 years old...lance is 7 as well, hate to  hear such sad stories like this.  Hearing more and more stories of young dogs getting ill.  :( 

At 9:56pm on February 12, 2013, Natalie, Lance &Tucker said…

Hi Susan,

Lance has Inflammatory auto immune disease.  His ears basically started getting hematomas in his ears, started with one ear and then got it in the other ear. The hematomas got pretty big, looked like mini balloons in his ears.  He was diagnosed with this almost two years ago, we had Tucker only for a few months before Lance got sick.  Tuckers been so great for Lance, you would have thought they were long lost brothers when we brought him into our house.  Unfortuanately  Lance just doesnt have the energy to play much with Tucker these days.  When Lance does think he has the energy Tucker is going right for Lances ears as that is how they have always played, but Lance is now very careful with his ears, since this is what has been affected through his auto immune issues. It was so fun watching them interact and play.

At 9:28pm on February 12, 2013, Natalie, Lance &Tucker said…

Hello, Thanks for the comments on my page!  :)  We sure do enjoy them.  I think you were referring to Lance (blue merle cardigan) as looking like an aussie for Halloween, yes he sure could pass as one...who would have thought you we would get two dogs for the price of one.. :P  lol..    Lances ears flopped two years ago after being diagnosed with an auto immune issue.  I so enjoy looking at pics of him with his ears up, but have come to enjoy him with his ears down the last couple of years.  I read on your page on both Eva and Wally you rescued, thats awesome, they are so lucky to have you guys!  We got Tucker (red and white pem) from our local shelter almost two years ago, and he is such a sweetheart.  Love all the pics on your page!!

At 1:37am on September 18, 2011, Corgi Mak & Buster McFatty Bear said…
=D
At 10:07pm on October 4, 2010, wasabi said…
Cute corgi!
 
 
 

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