"We would love to attend.....The corgis would have fun, we are hoping to find a new addition, we are searching for a red female to come to our great home,
Do you pictures to share, and could we google where the next meet is,,,
Love you all…"
"We adopted our rescue (Tenby) when he was 6 months. He is the most loving, sweet and crazy corgi, we love him. But all rescues come with baggage and it takes awhile to over come the issues. Tenby is now 8 and has over come so…"
"We're hoping to get out up into the Sierras maybe this week.Our town of Napa Ca has been digging out after the quake.A lot of broken glass,electronics,heavy furniture,but all that's only stuff.Need to head out into beautiful country and…"
"My husband lived in the UK for 35 years and never remembers seeing any corgis except the royal ones. Our boys were named after Welsh towns. The town of Chepstow has a lovely castle, and Tenby is a beautiful seaside village."
"Thank you for the welcome. We are already enjoying a great response on a question on the debate pages :-)I thought they were more common in the UK; after all, it is the country where the breed has gone royal ;-) We live in the second biggest city in…"
We live in beautiful Seven Lakes which is a few miles west of Pinehurst, NC. (yes, there are 7 lakes) Roger is retired Air Force. He lived in England and Wales for 35 years. Laurie is a retired health care administrator. We have 3 children and 2 grandkids. Of course now that the children are all gone our "boys" are our babies. We love our Corgi's
and are the perfect example of......you just can't have one potato chip or corgi!"
We spend the winter in Fort Myers Beach, Florida.
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
About My Corgi(s):
We have 2 Corgi's, Chepstow (RW) and Tenby (RHT). Both of the boys love to ride in the golf cart and swim in the lake and ocean. Chasing the seagulls at the beach is almost as fun as eating. Chepstow is the "perfect" child and gets very frustrated with his brothers antics. Tenby is a free spirted wild child, that loves life.
Thank you for the welcome. We are already enjoying a great response on a question on the debate pages :-) I thought they were more common in the UK; after all, it is the country where the breed has gone royal ;-) We live in the second biggest city in DK with lots of dogs in the parks, but we have only seen 1 corgi (cardigan) besides our own so far.
Hi Laurie.. you've probably seen this toy,but I'll post just in case. I bought one of these for my kids this past Xmas.. it's almost like a custom stuffed animal for our Tenby's! Even has a bit of black mixed in the red head.