"I have the same reservations about dog parks, but that is the nice thing about being in this group they lookout for each other and the dogs have an amazing time. I havent been in a while and my little guy is getting older but he absolutely…"
"Thanks, I think you are right. He's a little too big to be a purebred, he's about 36 lbs. and not overweight. I did some searches for Corgi/ Red Heeler mixes and it looks exactly right and his temperament seems to match as well! Thank you!"
"you were wondering what the mix is as far as I can see he looks like a corgi that didnt have his tail docked and maybe his breeding isnt the best, dont get me wrong I think he is adorable and I would have scooped him up too. If you really think…"
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"I was having problems getting the pictures to load so I put them in a kodak gallery online, just send me you regular email and I will send them to you, I know I have gracie, finnegan, warner, dexter, turbo, and I think a few others that I dont know…"
i am involved in law enforcement and is my significant other.
I have a menagarie at my house 5 kids, 4 horses 3 dogs and a cat, and they all get along. In my spare time I teach obedience at a local dog training school in north phx
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
About My Corgi(s):
My little guy is a rescue that I have had about 1 1/2 years now. His name is hold on cause its kinda long, Roscoe P. Coletrain. He is my first Corgi but I am sure not my last. Fun loving athletic, and a very unique personality. He reminds me of my German Shepherd but without the legs
Thanks, I think you are right. He's a little too big to be a purebred, he's about 36 lbs. and not overweight. I did some searches for Corgi/ Red Heeler mixes and it looks exactly right and his temperament seems to match as well! Thank you!
Hi! I have a rescue, Miss Daisy, who spent her first years as a puppy mill momma. Now she's here w/ me and fitting in really well. She, too, has dry eye. I take her to an eye vet specialist and we're exploring a variety of medical treatments to help her eye maybe produce tears. In the meantime I use medicine, clean her eye at least 4 times a day, irrigate it w/ sterile solution, etc. My vet said that very rarely do dogs w/ dry eye lose their sight completely. I'm hoping to make it possible for Daisy to see her new home and free world out of both eyes!!!