"When we adopted Mowgli, our male Cardigan, he was around a year old. Pixie, our Border Collie/Blue Heeler mix was 11 yrs. old. We live on 10 acres and Pixie, for a couple of years already, just stayed close to the house when let out and was…"
" Walt the Greyhound came to live with us when Anna the German Shepherd was about 7 or 8. He was the same age. "Play" was not what they did, since they were past the puppyish age. They coexisted happily, though.
Anna refused to eat…"
"Deepest sympathies... I have been in your shoes. In 2011 We lost Payton in August and Lexus in Oct, leaving Zinfindel alone for the first time in his life. After a month of overzealous greetings and strange howlings we realized He needed a…"
"Of course I will encourage you to open your heart and home to another four legged friend, whether Corgi or not. Even if Linus does not play, they still love the companionship of another buddy if they have been used to being part of a…"
"It is so hard to lose them and two so close together is really tough. If you could find a very mild mannered pup or another corgi it may really help him and you get over this lose. A very rambunctious puppy at this time might be unwelcome. Really…"
"I am so very sorry...it is hard enough to lose one but both of them in such a short time has to be just devastating for both of you.
How is Linus around other dogs...does he seems to want to play or get close to them? Dogs do grieve and most…"
Within the past six months, I have lost two of my three corgis (aged 14 and 13). Aside from my personal grief, Linus, aged 8 is now left alone with me. Please talk to me about whether I should consider another "adult" female corgi to help fill the playmate gap. We shall move forward, but the space Bear and Tasha have left behind is so terribly deep. Thank you so very much. NancySee More
To Roscoe P. Coltrane; Max of MiddlePond and Llandian's Storm Catcher: You were "corgi daddy's" to my three wonderful corgis, I shall always remember the special role you have played in my life. Thank you! Nancy (Bear, Tasha and Linus)
Executive Chef...sounds like a wonderful job. I LOVE food and had my own small Catering service years ago...helped pay my kids way through college and weddings:) If I was 20 years younger I would be a personal chef! On my days off...I cook!
That sounds like fun! I am planing a corgi meet-up in this winter. Maybe in December when the parking is free and the weather is good. I will let you know! Thanks for the reply and join Corgis of Virginia Beach for any updates on Beach walks.
I know it is kind of last minute, but I am inviting all VA Corgis to come play on Oct. 15th at at 2pm. Meeting at Neptune statue at 31st street bordwalk VA Beach. There is available parking in the lot between 30th and 31st at the starbux parking lot for free 2 hours. Or available all day parking at any of the parking lots, normally 10 dollars. Hope to see you all there!
Haha! I would think the contrary: A woman who is an executive chef (aka: cooks wonderful food), obsessed with dogs means more time for man to watch sports all the time and not be asked any questions -- lol
I hear it was quite a scare with the earthquakes. I'm very glad it was more scare than damage.
I was in VA once white water rafting. Absolutely gorgeous country.
My Tri, Truman use to attempt to herd our Jack Russell, Stuart. Not pretty. They respect each others boundaries now.
If you're ever in Michigan, you are more than welcome to stop for the harvest and show a fancy dish or two.
It has been my dream to go to culinary school but it wasn't my reality. I think I'm better and growing the food.
OK that is funny.........JACK RUSSELS.......where did those dog lovers ever get that idea.....I will be happy to let you know what I hear further about herding.....I am excited that we may be able to get some training closer to home. We are trying to walk around 3 miles a day.....but sometimes can't manage to get that all in.....boy do the pups ever sleep well.....I want to keep them as active as I can.....