We meet every 3rd Saturday of the Month at the Mountain View Shoreline Dog Park @ 10am. Please come if you want to party with other Corgi's we usually have around 10 corgi's and owners show up. Hope to see you there!!
"Thanks for the suggestions, right now on top of the vet wrapping, i have her wear baby socks around the house with the grip on the bottom since we have hard wood floors, don't need to add hip issues on top on her paws! and for out side i bought…"
"I had this with Sparty when he had a cancerous toe removed and the baby socks with athletic tape around the top worked the best, However, he still needed to wear the cone of shame when I couldn't watch him closely. I found the soft cone worked…"
Mochi has some torn up paws due to her escape tatctics at my sister-in-law's back yard on Sunday. She is fine and wasn't hit by any cars but the vet we took her told us since Corgi's legs are so sort that it's hard to keep the dressings on the front paws. Which we have had experience already. They keep falling off. I need to keep them sterile and wrapped for 3-5 days according to the vet but no matter how we try to wrap I can't keep the dressing on. Has anyone had experience with this or have…See More
Come to the eleventh annual Bark in the ParkTM canine celebration in downtown San Jose, California. It's a unique festival for the whole family, including your dog and his best friend.Bark in the Park 2008 - Dogs Take the LeadSaturday, September 20, 2008 - 10 AM to 5 PMWilliam Street Park - William and South 16th Streets, San JoseBark in the ParkTM is a fundraising event hosted by the Naglee Park neighborhood's Campus Community Association. All proceeds benefit the CCA, Humane Society Silicon…See More
So you should hold a treat that is easy to take nibbles off of (like cheese or a small piece of hot dog) in the angle at the base of your fingers between your thumb and your index finger. Then have Mochi sit, hold your hand up in front of her face so she can smell the treat. Then gradually move your hand backwards toward her head until she's sitting upright. In the beginning she will likely need to lean on you to do this. If she's on her tippy toes, this doesn't count. Once she sits on her butt, THEN allow her to start licking/nibbling the treat. Hold her there for as long as she can sit up, and then let her down. Repeat this a few times until she is tired. If you do this each day her tummy muscles will get nice and strong, and hopefully she'll get the idea! I hope you can decipher that....if I get a chance I'll try to post a video showing it. :)