"A professor at my college had a Pembroke that often accompanied him to classes. He was a familiar sight on campus, running alongside as the professor rode his bike. He was so cute with those little legs and big ears, and so sweet with…"
"Put them in their crates and then feed them. If that isn't feasible, put them in separate rooms (with doors) to make sure they can't see each other or get to each other's food. Don't let anyone out until everyone is…"
"First, try to figure out what sets off the biting frenzy. Is it a certain toy or game, does it happen right after he wakes up, etc. Then try to stay away from those triggers. If he gets into a biting frenzy, telling him…"
"We have the same thing with Emma (random vomiting and bloody diarrhea). Our vet diagnosed a grain allergy so we switched her to grain-free food. That helped some, but she has still had a few episodes, and we can't figure out…"
"I jog with my corgi often and she loves it. One thing that helped a lot with getting her to like it was putting her in a harness instead of just using a collar. She was more comfortable with the leash attached to her back rather than her…"
"Emma is almost 4 and hasn't had any issues. She is on the small side (17.5 lbs) and at her last vet appointment they told me her body weight/condition was "perfect". She gets exercise every day (ball chasing or…"
"Oh that is nice! Izzy is very sweet and mild mannered compared to my other corgis. She is only fond of other dogs for the first sniff and after that only wants people to pay attention to her. Hopefully we will manage another meet up this year."
"Does she like to chase balls? My Emma does, and I use that to exercise her in the winter. If there's snow, I make snowballs with a Chuck-It and throw them for her to chase. She loves it, and I love watching her bunny hop…"
"I agree with all the advice already given - I would just add that either check the internet or ask people who live at your destination for vet recommendations, so you know where to go in case of emergency while you're there. Also take…"
"My (spayed) female corgi does not like other female dogs. She usually tolerates them if she meets them outside, but inside is another story. She never actually bites them, but she does snarl and snap at them. She loves to play with…"
Oh that is nice! Izzy is very sweet and mild mannered compared to my other corgis. She is only fond of other dogs for the first sniff and after that only wants people to pay attention to her. Hopefully we will manage another meet up this year.