Bonni is a 6 year old Corgi Pembroke. Bonni is the spunkiest of all the puppies at the pet shop when I picked her out. Truly a wonderful companion and my best friend. She loves belly rub, and gives you kisses right on your lips! Extremely intelligent too!! Truly a joy in my life!
Faye is the most cuddly Corgi ever. She is a 4 year old and is growing to be a very expressive and spunky character. I wanted to give Bonni a playmate while I study, so finally she has a sister! They got off on a rough start, but now the two of them will play together and miss each other when the other is not around. Faye can be quite feisty and stubborn. But she is truly a sweetheart. Will follow me everywhere I go and always sit right by my side.
Bonni and Faye have been a true joy in my life and I am happy to have shared them with my family and friends. My sister has fallen in love with Faye, and I will be giving Faye to her when she goes off to college so she, too, can have a companion for all those long studying days! After graduation, I plan to have a 3-Corgis family!
Hi, Welcome to our page. My name is Bonni! I'm a Taurus. I have a little sister named Faye. and she is a trouble-maker! She plays with all my toys, and tries to eat my food AND my treats. As for me, I love to chase squirrels bc they taunted me when I was a pup. I like to be the "Top Dog" and I don't like it if you sniff my butt for too long. I like to eat earthworms, do the "chinchilla roll", play hide-and-seek, give you kisses right smack on your lips, AND most of all, I'll do anything you want for peanut butter! I love to play chase, so if you think you can keep up, let's play!
That fur is warm.
We rarely get snow in Seattle, but once we had an unusually heavy snowfall, so much fun I walked the dogs in it for over an hour. Their backs got covered repeatedly; they just shook it off. In summer weather in the mountain snow, they'll curl up and rest on the snow. I'll sleep in a sleeping bag; they just sleep on a pad beside me, sometimes with my jacket over them.
Cascade mountain weather is often rainy, wet, cold, soaking. Doesn't seem to bother them.
How do you ski with a dog:
1. Stay away from groomed nordic ski tracks (dog tracks do wreck ski tracks)
2. Choose conditions with firm crust so the dog doesn't break through (even so, a corgi may need to walk in the ski tracks).
3. I now carry the Pawz(TM) booties in case of sore feet (snow chafing between pads).
4. Bring lots of treats.
5. Don't get ski wax in their fur.
Your Bonni and Fay are so sweet I can feel the sweetness
jump off the page! I love your site, too. You describe them
well, helps me to pay attention to my 3 1/2 months with me (about 16 months old at least rescue) corgi, Court.
I found you by searching conjunctivitis. Court has something similar, and he didn't have it except very rarely before he started going to a doggie day care place about 1 month ago (he loves it so, he loves water and they have baby pools and play games with the hose water stream (hard to stop!...anyway, his eyes get red and sometimes watery, occasionally a colored discharge but that stopped. I'll treat him (i have a cream for conjunctivitis, can I ask what they gave you?), after a couple days they get lighter,
and then sometimes really light, or sometimes back to red...
his spirits seem okay, i mean it's been hot and we've had a lot of thunderstorms and after trying many herbal remedies for his
barking out his fear even all night storm behavior, he gets
ACE occasionally, and then his mood gets more mellow.
that's just background as his eyes may be watery or even colored
a little green...but it's wierd that they will clear up and go back to red...would you mind sharing what you ended up doing and if it is still recurring?
As far as my camera- I shoot with a Canon xti, and in most of the shots of kiki on here and my flickr, I used a f4 70-200L IS USM canon lens.. but I also use a 17-40L IS USM canon as well when we're out and about.