We are a small home breeder with corgi's and longhaired dachshunds. I have been in love with the corgi's ever since seeing one on one of the dog shows on TV. We will be entering the show ring with our new boy this summer and can't wait
I have Muffin my first. She is a high engery girl on the go. My wife just loves her face even if she is not great in her comformation. Our next was Ted E a male. What's not to love. He is a fun loving little guy who knows when to slow down and give you a hug or kiss......and if he sees you getting attention from someone else he might butt in. Buttercup is alittle sweet heart. Layed back..for the most part...and love her hugs, can't get enough of them. She has awsome comformation and a pedigree to match. We will be getting anther male named Snowy soon just for Buttercup. He also has the comformation and pedigree to die for and he will be starting his show career in the summer of 08. Can't wait to see their babies
Shannon, wow I haven't logged on in forever to update my page I've just been checking in from my blackberry. I saw the new puppies sooo cute. Wanted to tell you that I posted new pictures of Einstein, he certainly does look like his parents :) Thought you might want to take a peek just to see how well he's doing out here in Southern California. He really is the sweetest little guy and quite the Momma's boy, his personality certainly takes after his Dad Ted E. too!
Hi and thanks for your reply Shannon - I go in spurts on here too. Fortunately, Leo has taken a turn for the better and right now our trip is on hold. Can't explain it, but I'm just thankful he doesn't seem to be having the back leg/rear end pain issues right now. If they could only talk! Or maybe not, I've got one sassy mouth little lady whom I might not want to hear what she has to say. Shelby
Hi - not sure if you'll remember me but I work with Dr. Jack Anderson, Renee's husband, they got "gris" from you. I am looking into the possibly bringing my corgi, Leo, down to Ames to the vet hospital for a diagnosis on his rear leg/hind end lameness that's been going on quite awhile now. I was wondering if you have had any experience with the small animal hospital there. I'm only 45 minutes from the Univ. of MN Vet school but I've heard that Ames is much better/nicer than the U of M and also less expensive which would help to offset gas/hotel expenses. I'm just trying to reach out to a few people on MyCorgi that might be able to offer some opinions/insight. Thanks for anything you might be able to tell me. Shelby
Shannon, it has been a while. I wanted to let you know that we are hosting a Corgi meet-up at our Farm next Sunday (November 15). I would love to have you and your family join us. Fergie's puppies will be two weeks old. Needless to say they will remain in the house, but the rest of the pack will be outside playing! There is more informaion in the events page on MyCorgi. Let me know if you think you might come. Hope all is well with you and your family.
I will keep my fingers crossed that the tie worked. Kola just went through her heet cycle but we never saw her or Teddy tie. I guess we will see in a few weeks if things worked out or not. I am sorry to hear about Buttercup maybe next time.
Teddy is full of energy! He loves to boss Kola around. Kola now she loves to walk and run. She would do great in agility classes, if we had them here. I wish we did for her sake. She listens well whereas Teddy is still working on the word come. I think I will celebrate when he finally get that command!