One thing that Sammy loves is his AM and PM walks. So much so that when it's harness/leash time he is SO wound up with barking and bouncing that he can become dangerous to hands hooking him up. The hands could be collateral damage LOL.
It's obviously total excitement about the walk---or is it pooping? Within just a minute of so on the walk we have pooping. How do I calm him down without raining on his excitement or delaying his pooping?
After a year of rescuing him he's…Continue
Added by Sammy on February 4, 2021 at 11:07am — No Comments
Hi everyone! I'm (re)joining the site after many years. Previously, I was here as "Copper" but he left to join St. Peter's Pearly Gates Frisbee Chasing team in September 2019. Mom and Dad and my brother brought me home last summer and we have very quickly fallen in love with each other. :-)
Added by Samantha on January 30, 2021 at 10:44am — 1 Comment
Hi Everyone, and Happy 2021 to you all! It has been a VERY long time since I have been on this page, either to update or even to look at it, but both of our beloved Pembroke Welsh Corgis are getting on in years. I can't believe that the last time I was here, they were both, essentially, puppies. Griffin will be turning 11yo in February, and Violet turned 8 this past November. Griffin is acting every bit the Senior Corgi these days, sleeping most of the day each day, and has a very hard time…Continue
Added by Curt, Griffin and Violet on January 2, 2021 at 12:30am — 1 Comment
Added by alan m jenkins sr. on December 19, 2020 at 2:52pm — No Comments
I was really disappointed there was nobody on here that had any knowledge about rectal hernia surgeries. Especially seeing most people on here breed or get dogs through breeders. Just wanted to post that I finally had to go through with my dog's surgery. I never had him neutered because I was certain I would eventually have him mate and have babies, but that never happened and the Vet saw that he was struggling to defecate and blood was in his urine. The vet actually caught all this in time…Continue
Added by Chili on October 31, 2020 at 12:14am — No Comments
Hello, everyone - back on MyCorgi after a hiatus.
I've got a 10 yo male eskimo/corgi mix, and a 11 yo female Pemmi with advancing DM. I'm casually looking for a younger Pemmi or Cardigan to help fill in when my little female fur girl has to cross the Bridge. I live just outside of Dallas, years of experience with Corgis and a large fenced yard to play in.
Getting back on board with MyCorgi in order to reconnect with all my Corgi owner friends.
Connect or message - would…Continue
Added by Sandy StJohn-Yewbee's 4ever mom on July 30, 2020 at 5:42pm — No Comments
I have a profile of a pet I recently had to "let go" to doggie heaven. I have a new corgi and would like to start a profile for her does anyone know if its possible to have two pets on one account? If so how do I go about adding my new pet? My new tri, Olive, 13 weeks old, below. Thank you.…Continue
Added by LB's Page on March 24, 2020 at 1:14am — 3 Comments
Sadly I have sad news I found out last night my beloved 17 year old darling Oscar had to be put to sleep in Sydney Australia. His hind legs had failed him and his quality of life had deteriorated to the point he could no longer walk. I never got to say goodbye to my darling boy which is really hard!. I have 16 years and 6 months of fond memories that I will cherish forever.
I believe God brought Oscar into my life for a reason and I will always be eternally grateful for that. He has…Continue
Added by Brian D Graham on March 14, 2020 at 7:15pm — 6 Comments
Does anyone know of a corgi needing a new home in the Madison, WI area or eastern IA? A friend of my daughter in law just lost her 14 yr old corgi to cancer and my DIL asked if I knew of any in rescue/needing rehomed. Thanks for any leads.
Added by Carol on November 20, 2019 at 11:39am — No Comments
After 13 wonderful years we will be sending across the Rainbow Bridge. His hind legs are failing him and it's all he can do to get from his pillow to outside. He's had gradually decrease in his mobility, but the past month it has really accelerated. He has been a wonderful companion and I know the Lilly (11) is really going to miss him as well as Lucy (3). It breaks my heart to see him this way, so we need to do what responsible pet parents do. We will always remember him with much…Continue
Added by Becky S on July 20, 2019 at 4:58pm — 3 Comments
Added by Leah Radecki on April 12, 2019 at 12:21am — No Comments
Our 7 year old Riley has been taking meds for seizures, and recently diagnosed with diabetes. Two shots insulin per day such an improvement. Any shared experiences most appreciated
Added by bob wroe on April 6, 2019 at 11:54pm — 2 Comments
Has anyone heard of tongue atrophy in a dog? Sassy has been having panting issues and her tongue is flacid and rolled up in her mouth. The vet is going to put her on prednisone to help slow the progression of the atrophy. She is 11.5 years old.
Added by Margie Wilkinson on March 13, 2019 at 8:04pm — No Comments
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November 17, 2008 - February 5, 2019
Ashton left us far too soon. Sunday he was playing with Alphonse and Pinoko, Monday morning he was sick. Tuesday night he was gone. And gone with him a big piece of our…
Added by Gail and Ashton on February 7, 2019 at 6:16pm — 7 Comments
Is there any place in Bucks County or the Philadelphia area where I can take my corgi to have his herding instinct tested?
Added by Linda Kells on January 28, 2019 at 5:39pm — 1 Comment
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Added by GPN on January 25, 2019 at 9:27pm — No Comments
Ruby the Corgi did not seem especially perturbed after the disappearance of Cassie the Queen of the Universe, who went to meet her maker on the 15th. Admittedly, I did not sit on the floor and weep for half an hour, the way I did when we had to dispatch Walt the Greyhound -- but that was quite a shock, since Walt did not appear to be sick despite being filled…Continue
Added by Vicky Hay on January 24, 2019 at 12:33pm — 1 Comment
I'm so sorry you have lost such a good Corgi. It is always hard. When ever possible, I find it helps to get another dog if you can. Puppies are great but rescued adults can work out very well. Good luck.Continue
Added by Lois B. Allen on January 23, 2019 at 8:01pm — No Comments
Allison, I spent a lot of time on MyCorgi.com several years ago when I lost my first 2 Corgis and got Baby Randy. I remember reading about Noodles and you kindly shared recipes for dog appropriate goods for birthdays, etc. with me.
I am so sorry you have lost your precious boy. At one time, I felt like I knew him. Randy is 8 now and I hope I have
several more years with him so I am trying to take very good care of him and his mixed-breed hound sister Reese. If you are young…Continue
Added by Lois B. Allen on January 23, 2019 at 12:44pm — No Comments
Cassie the Corgi left this world the day before yesterday. She was almost 13 years old and had suffered from adrenal cancer (we think: there's some confusion about that) for the past four and a half months. She lived about as long as corgis can be expected to…Continue
Added by Vicky Hay on January 16, 2019 at 11:55am — 3 Comments