Hi Ross! I read a reply you wrote on a post about puppy's eyes changing color about your corgi, Atlas (what a great name!), and you called him a Bluie, and described him a little, and it sounds a lot like my new pup. Where did you found out about Bluies? I've never heard that term before, but I'm brand new to the corgi world, and I'm interested in my dog's coloring differences. She (currently, she's almost 10 weeks so still changing) has one pale blue eye and one gray, and pink/black gums and nose, lots of black freckles on her tummy and snout, and looks like her black fur might be turning, at least partly, orange. I'm not sure how far it'll go!
Have we met you before? Have you gone to any of the corgi gatherings at the lake of the isle dog park? Chloe loves to wrestle and is very high energy and muscular. Today we walked 1 mile, did a walkydog run for 1.5 miles and had another walk for a mile. She is still bouncing off the walls.
all of this talk about breeding has made me NOT want to breed Ein.
I was looking on petfinder at corgi/corgi mixes at shelters in my area and its overwhelming how many are in these shelters.
I think in the future, when i get Ein a friend, we'll be looking on petfinder again for the shelter corgis
I look forward to seeing more pics of Atlas. Sidney is still a pup himself (15 months) and he's awesome. He got away from us the other day and he hit a moving car face-first. He knocked out most of one tooth and damaged the other bad enough to have both removed at the vet yesterday. He's still not quite back to his normal self, so I can't wait for the little guy to be fully recovered!