Wow when I saw picture #4 I thought I was looking at my girl. I have a picture similar to that on my page. Was she fearful when you got her or does she just like tight spaces? We got Le-Le who is 2 just 5 months ago. She is settling into our life well and a sweet heart.
I asked my Husband if he had someone in the family named Elisabeth, (Hartshorn is my married name), he says not as far as he knows, but it is an uncommon name. Thanks for the commit about my cardis they seem to think that they are cute too. I was unable to stop with just one! Your girl is quite cute herself; I like the pic in the snow.
Tuck is a pretty name. I like the picture of her looking into the "corner".
Time out? He he. I would LOVE to get another corgi, a little girl for company for Roscoe. I try not to think about the day he leaves us. The neurological vet said these cases don't usually live past 2 years. He's l l/2 yrs now. Just have to be careful that he doesn't fall or hurt his head cuz that could be fatal for him. I'm stressed because of this, but.....do the best I can. Take care.
Hi! Multiple corgis can be a handful. First suggestion, when you get the new addition, introduce the two of them on neutral ground. Have someone bring Tuck and you bring the new dog and meet at a park or something. That way they can play and create their little pack and go home together. No one is enroaching on another's territory! And be sure to train separately and together. You must be pack leader to keep from having tiffs. If you get into difficulty, drop me a line and I'll help you through!