• Female
  • Cabool, MO
  • United States

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  • Bill Davis and Tucker!
  • Pat M.
  • Samantha B.
  • Zigward & Kimberly
  • Heidi and Ruby
  • Tina Striegl
  • Stephanie & Brian the Dog
  • Melinda & Bentley
  • Kara with Dasiy & Scout
  • Stephen Bale
  • Jayden (Nicole)
  • Priscilla, CARLY, and Frankie
  • Rebecca
  • Amy Freed
  • Angela Kau-Forsberg

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About Me:
I'm an avid "Corgi" lover and absolutely enjoy the love and joy the "low-riders" bring to my everyday life. We have a small hobby farm in the Ozarks. With our jobs and our hobbies; we keep ourselves extremely busy training horses and dogs alike for the joy and fulfillment of sharing the love with others. We take pride in the energy, color, and extreme intelligence of our dogs and the smiles they bring.
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
About My Corgi(s):
Our Corgis are full of life and color; along with a nice medium build and slim line confirmation. We strive for the "betterment" of the breed in; intelligence of the Corgi, their willingness to please in the herding industry, as a family pet, and also in the show ring. We enjoy the loyalty, love, and devotion they bring to our hearts, home, and farm.

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Posted on February 10, 2011 at 9:20pm 1 Comment

I haven't been on here much, but hope to be more and more. I absolutely am amazed by others' profile page etc.. would like to learn more of how I can get my page up to speed and get a little more professional in design and so forth in "MyCorgi" ... Open for suggestions. Thank you everyone.

Sharing the love of Corgis!

Posted on February 10, 2011 at 7:26pm 1 Comment

I just wanted to thank everyone for becoming my friends in advance, It's great to meet other fellow Corgi lovers.  To share something we all so much enjoy as our beloved family member and pet.  I absolutely love to help in anyway I can in regards to the Corgi breed.  Whether it be; swapping knowledge, sharing photos, stories, and or the chance to just learn more.  Thank you again, and I look forward to hearing from you and being your new friend. 




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At 12:06am on December 30, 2011, Rachael & Waffle said…

I thought about supplementing glucosamine and chondrotin, but I decided it wasn't worth it because the problem isn't with cartilage or lack thereof, and I was under the impression that once you start supplementing that stuff, you can't stop. My breeder suggested supplementing with MSM but I haven't looked into it enough yet.  

At 12:41pm on December 29, 2011, Rachael & Waffle said…

Thank you, I love him also, lol!  Your dogs are all very pretty too.  :3

We changed how we do agility with him--we do a running contact now instead of making him stop for the contact--so limping isn't an issue after class anymore.  We haven't gone on a big hike since he was diagnosed, so I'm not sure if the prescribed anti-inflammatories help very much or not.  None of our regular activities (less strenuous hikes, 4-5 mile walks on the beach, running and fetching, etc) make him limp so all is well. :]  

At 3:55pm on December 25, 2011, Rebecca said…

Tracy- Merry Christmas to you and your family, humans and fur kids. Wishing you a very safe , healthy Happy New Year.

Is there some nice riding around your area, it looks beautiful. I've always wanted to bring my horse that way to ride sometime.

At 11:31am on December 24, 2011, Teresa Gilpin said…

Your family is just beautiful!  Both the furry and the nonfurry.  Keep posting  your great pictures!

At 12:20pm on December 23, 2011, Mal Schaal said…
I use a Nikon D3000, but I haven't gotten it out much since the baby came. :(. I've using my phone lately.
I see that you have posted more pictures! :) can't wait to look thru them when I have more time!
At 10:42am on December 23, 2011, Tina Striegl said…

I so enjoyed perusing your pictures! They are such a beautiful brood~Thanks for sharing them

Do have a Corgi-licious holiday~

At 9:05am on December 23, 2011, Mal Schaal said…
I loved all of your pictures! I kept thinking I would quit liking and just tell you I liked all of them, then another picture would pop up that was too cute to not push the like button, lol. What kind of camera do you use?
At 12:51am on February 12, 2011, John Wolff said…

You might consider leaving all the tails undocked... I can't imagine anybody docking a tail after they've seen these cardis welcoming their vet home... Jane Christensen has left her last litter undocked, and those wagging tails are adorable.

When my wife decided she wanted a corgi, I decided I wanted an undocked corgi, and we tried but gave up.  It all worked out for the best, but every day our dogs aggravate my ego problem when I come home, and I see those nubs trying to wag....

At 1:13pm on February 11, 2011, Rebecca said…
Their all so cute and with the tails.I wish i could have more. I have 3.  So what kind of horses do you have.
At 12:37am on February 11, 2011, Jane Christensen said…

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