Is there any place in Bucks County or the Philadelphia area where I can take my corgi to have his herding instinct tested?
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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
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
Noodles went to heaven yesterday, New Year's Eve. I was able to hold him in my arms until he went to see Jesus. Our hearts are broken. He was the light of our lives for 13.5 years. We will see you again baby boy!