Incorgiable
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  • Palmetto, FL
  • United States
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About Me:
We have 4 corgis in the house, and we're crazy about each one!
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
No
About My Corgi(s):
Roxy - was the first and is the Queen Bee. She is smart, smart and competes in agility events.

Chewy - is my baby boy. He is funny, loyal and super mellow.

Charlis - belongs to my daughter Alissa. She is bright-eyed and always ready to play.

Bella - is the baby of the group. She is soooo sweet and has beautiful expressions. She is going to be smart too.
I have:
Pembroke

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At 6:24pm on August 15, 2009, Natalie, Lance &Tucker said…
Hello and Welcome!

At 12:53pm on June 25, 2009, Melisse Fowler said…
We are competing AKC so far - but the end of July will be our first time. We practice / belong to a local dog club in Illinois, and it is one price no matter how many dogs you have, to be a member and practice with their equipment. It is the lessons where the money starts to add up. We pay $80 for 6 group lessons (1 hour) per dog. Private lessons run 3 (half hour) sessions for $80. We have been to a couple of competitions at different venues (CPE and NADAC, and AKC) and people have seemed generally nice. I do know what you mean about the stuffiness though.....but that's anywhere you go - some people just aren't much fun. Maybe go to a couple events at different venues to get a feel before committing. It's free to be a spectator, and we have taken Coco on leash just for the exposure so he can get used to the atmoshere and distractions.
At 7:01pm on June 22, 2009, Melisse Fowler said…
I agree, it's so much fun. We've made a lot of our own back yard equipment too. Coco is a smaller dog - somewhere around 11 inches, but if he's slightly over 11 he will have to jump 12 and I've only trained him at 8. I worked with him some this weekend, and although he can jump 12's, he knocks some of the bars off and just generally tires out faster. He's not a very big Corgi. I'll just keep my fingers crossed for the measurement to come out at 11" or under.
The pic you attached was really nice......the Corgi's coat takes on the appearance of a Husky even....neat.
At 2:53pm on June 19, 2009, Melisse Fowler said…
I see that at least one of your dogs is into agility. Have you competed? Coco - the cool one in sunglasses - competes in his first trial at the end of July in Illinois. I am HOPING really hard that he will only have to jump 8" but I fear that he will not set still to get measured and they will measure him over 11" tall and make him jump 12". All of our training has been at 8" but I don't want to run preferred if I don't have to. I'm trying to get a feel for what height most other corgi's are jumping.
At 4:16pm on June 14, 2009, Dawn Kellogg said…
I do take a lot of pics : ) so feel free to check back and I will try and post soem from time to time
At 11:27pm on June 12, 2009, Bev Levy said…
Thanks! I will keep that info to myself. Although sometimes when trying to control the dobe and the two corgis I realize one more corgi might be too much!
At 3:37pm on June 12, 2009, Wendt Worth Corgi's said…

At 11:59pm on June 10, 2009, Geri & Sidney said…
Hello to the "Incorgiable crew"! Your pictures are SO good!
At 11:07pm on June 10, 2009, Melisse Fowler said…
Welcome! Your corgi's sound adorable. I love the pictures.
At 6:09pm on June 10, 2009, Sunni A. said…
Welcome
 
 
 

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