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Antigo, WI and Louisville, KY
About Me:
We have a farm in Southern Indiana - Seven Oaks -and raise quarter horses. We have had several rescue dogs, horses and cats over the past 20 years, but Hillary is our first Corgle.

In the real world we are a gerontologist who works for a national non-profit and a second career music therapist working at a senior wellness center while finishing a music therapy program and a Master's degree in Exeptionalities - working with pre-k children.
About My Corgi(s):
Our Corgi is a recent rescue - actually a Corgle (Cardigan Corgi and Beagle) and just an amazing little character. We named her Hillary because she has spunk and a never say never attitude.

When we met her at the rescue center we were told she was low energy, very quiet and shy with other dogs. Right! That was Hilary's incarcerated personality. After less than 6 hours at Seven Oaks she came out of her shell and showed us her true spritely personality.

She runs and circles and displays affection and looks for affirmation that she is loved. We think she must know she is home.

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She fraps and herds...

Posted on September 5, 2008 at 3:00pm 3 Comments

I apprecaite being introducted to the concept of frapping - how well that describes what had previously been difficult to share.

Last night we had Hillary out with Peanut, our cocker-maltese and Hillary herded her from one end of the front year to the other! (Of course Peanut was not at all happy that Hillary was being so pushy!)

She seems to have a good share of Corgi genes for a Corgle.

Hillary our Corgle

Posted on August 31, 2008 at 11:00pm 6 Comments

I have been looking at all of the photos posted on the site and these are some beautiful Corgis. Our is a Corgi mix and I hope it is okay to be part of this site. We thought we wanted another golden - until we saw Hillary. Except for lazy ears, Hillary looks and acts like a tri-color. It is fun to see her characteristics reflected in the stories you all tell.

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At 9:17am on October 7, 2008, Erika M & Clyde the Wonderdog said…
Yeah, Clyde can be stubborn sometimes... until I whip a treat out of my pocket then he'll comply with just about anything. Herding the big dogs at the park is his fave activity along with barking at them. Loudly. But he doesn't bark at all at home which is nice.

I'm curious. What is frapping?
At 8:46am on September 6, 2008, Erika M & Clyde the Wonderdog said…
Hi there,

I do have more pics of Clyde, but have been having some computer issues that I hope will be solved by the time the weekend is over by switching to Mac once and for all! As soon as I am able to be online without wanting to throw the laptop out the window, I will happily post more ;-)
At 8:17am on September 3, 2008, Brodey's Mom said…
Brodey hates the weather down here in the summer. He does not want to be outside at all. He is pretty spoiled so he stays in the AC all day. If we have to leave him for more than 6 hours, we have it setup to where he has a doggie door outside to an exterior air conditioned storage area.

Are you moving the whole farm down here? I grew up around quarter horses. That is where I met my first Corgi. She worked at the boarding stable. Her job was to bring in the horses when it was time to feed. Does Hillary herd?
At 10:02pm on September 2, 2008, Katie said…
I am glad you found the group!
At 6:37pm on September 2, 2008, Katie said…
Hi Quinn,

Please join the Horse Show Corgis group...It is for lovers of corgis and horses!
At 6:33pm on September 2, 2008, Katie said…
she is totally corgle!

She's adorable.
At 12:34pm on September 2, 2008, Sylvia & Timmy said…
Timmy and I both love the work we do with Delta. We visit about every 4-6 weeks (bath requirements). We do a visit to a large skilled nursing facility and the next day, go to the local hospital and visit patients there. Truly rewarding and for "the love of a smile".
At 10:43am on September 2, 2008, Tammey & Caven said…
Hi there, Hillary is so cute, we too have a corgi mix and have been very happy to be part of my corgi family. You'll have a great time!
At 9:13pm on September 1, 2008, Lucy Hicks said…
welcome!! This website has wonderful information.
At 8:22pm on September 1, 2008, Sylvia & Timmy said…
Frapping-Frantic random acts of play. Generally it is a frantic running around pieces of furniture in a figure eight pattern or just circular. They have a possessed look and when done will look for applause or compliments! LOL There are a couple of videos on this site illustrating a good frap session. (Most corgis will do this, some only as puppies but alot will continue into their older years. Timmy is 5 and he still does.)

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