I just turned a year old and am being a very good "big" brother to my sister Gita (she's a Great Dane), who is 6 months younger than I am. I love going to Red Bud Isle where I swim like a champ (mamma and daddy got me a life jacket so Gita would stop dunking me).
The dogs seldom wander far away. A corgi is not the kind of animal hunters are accustomed to seeing. I trust 99% of hunters, but I've also encountered people shooting marmots, apparently for fun, and a corgi in tall grass looks a lot like a fox, and our tris could be taken for skunks (black & white). We had a couple of rare but ugly non-hunter shooting fatalities out here a coupla years back, so I'm wearing brighter clothing myself.
Yeah, I'll bet a fluff would get warm in Texas. Ours visibly wilt in heat that's barely in the 80's, up above timberline with no shade. They start seeking any little bit of shade. Dunno why it took me so long to learn this: late summer snow is too hard for them to eat, but if I scrape some loose and hand-feed it to them, they gobble it up and it seems to cool them effectively. If there's water and you don't mind getting grossly muddy/wet, you can turn 'em upside-down and wet the belly fur.
Roger looks a bit like Shippo.
The Corgi Meet-Up/Ein's Party has been cancelled due to weather once again. Our apologies for any inconveniences. Please refer back to Ein's page or the South Texas group for more information when it becomes available.
hey roger! how are things going? thanks for the friend request :) oh for sure you can come to my party! that would be great!! mum's gonna send out more info (address) via private message this weekend :)
aww happy b-day roger! i hope you have a great time at your b-day party! if you're ever in san antonio, give us a holler! we just love to meet up. speaking of which, my mum is throwing me a little shin-dig the 1st weekend in october. if you're interested be sure to read up on it in the south texas corgi group. so if you haven't already joined, you should :)