Hi guys, sorry haven't been around for awhile, Bobby has been sick this with one thing or another. When we decide to book holidays Bobby has his own ideas. He won't eat and sulks when he sees suitcases come out of the wardrobe.
Just saw your question in chat now. Would you describe these fits almost like an asthma attack, seems like they are having a hard time breathing? That would be reverse sneezing, it sounds scarier than it really is. When it happened to Lance for the first time I was horrified!! But it was reverse sneezing, I even brought a video to the vets so he could know exactly what I was talking about, lol. Hope this helps you, any more questiions, you can click on my photo icon and leave a message on my page. :)
Hi Geri and Sidney, first of all I'm in Australia, it may help. In 2005 the laws here were changed so that you were not aloud to dock tails of any breed of dog. Bobby was in the first litter of pembroke corgis to be born in Australia and not have their tails docked. He was born on the 10th of jan 2005. Bobby carries his tail with pride and joy. Does that help any. Thanks for the welcome, the site is very informative as Bobby is our first corgi, so as we grow together we are learning alot.