Recently every human in the house goes out into the big white truck (with me, of course) and start going on a long drive. they are going way out the road, and to places where the snow hasn't quite melted yet. I am very suspicious of this behavior, I hope my humans are healthy! I don't want to take them to the doctors! In other news, it's been about 60 degrees and actually sunny! Theres no rain! and boy, am I getting hot!
Added by Baylee and Jake on May 2, 2009 at 7:47pm —
So, we did some preliminary corgi shopping today. We go to pick up junior next week when he'll be about 9 weeks old. We purchased all kind of dog necessities - shirts, jackets, booties - just kidding. Really we got the cool refilling water bowl, some toys, puppy shampoo, a collar and leash, a brush, a frisbee, etc. The big debate is what size crate is best - 30 or 36 inches? So, what do you all think? Advice needed. BTW, we still don't have a name for the little guy. We've been researching… Continue
Added by Amy & Miles on May 2, 2009 at 7:06pm —
Nothing was wrong with Eddy! The doctor was really sweet -though the front desk ladies seemed to think he was pompous- and he gave us a free trial of Sentinel, informing us that he was just at a flea conference and that fleas around this area are developing a tolerance to Advantix. He said Eddy's red-rimmed eyes are probably caused by allergy season here in Portland, and the fact that he's always dragging his stubby corgi body through tall grass. Eddy still had some scabs leftover from his… Continue
Added by Sunni A. on May 2, 2009 at 2:25pm —
It has been a long sad ride to recovery. I look for Myles almost every day. I know he is in a better place, but it does not make things easier. Our Papillon, Madison, is having a really hard time. She still looks for him all the time. She is not resting well. She hops from daddy's lap to mommy's lap and back. Or turns circles trying to find something to do. Her appitite has decreaase. She surely misses her big brother... even those extra walks and visits to the spa (groomer) don't… Continue
Added by Sheldon's Mom aka Myles Mom on May 1, 2009 at 9:41pm —
Yes they are! Trying that is,he mounts her, she has a seat, then they do a little dance.
Added by Queenie and Chico on May 1, 2009 at 3:23pm —
Milo received all of his heartworm treatments and is doing really well. I think he is actually starting to feel better because that boy can jump! I didn't even realize he could jump as high as my shoulders (I'm 5'4) and he definitely did when I let him out of his crate. I try my best to keep him calm but I do understand how he feels.
He has to go back in on the 15th for a health check to make sure the heartworms are gone--I guess? I hate his vet's office. I would rather use mine. I… Continue
Added by Corgibyassociation on May 1, 2009 at 2:50pm —
Thought I would share this website with you all. I am always looking for unusual dog things and this is pretty cool. You send in a photo of your dog and they make a charm for you that you can wear on a necklace, bracelet or put on a keychain. Its expensive but would make a great gift.
Added by Amy on May 1, 2009 at 1:50pm —
This is a bit late (she got her stitches out 4 days ago), but I wanted to share Pooka's story of getting spayed. Just wanted to give a real good detailed account for those about to go through the same thing cuz I still felt I didn't know what to expect.
I had bought Pooka one of those inflatable collars off ebay. Her neck was 13" around. The medium said 10"-13" and the large was 13"-whatever inches and you should always go with the bigger one, and we also figured we could use it as… Continue
Added by GoGoRainbow on May 1, 2009 at 1:30pm —
Some of you commented on my last post about if any of you have noticed any changes with Wellness food. This company is so awesome I just have to say that first of all. I called them and they told me that they have not had any formulation changes at all and don't plan to in the future. They are very satisified with their product and know that there is no room for change. Great to know. They also told me that since their food is all natural that the flavor, odor, and color will be different from… Continue
Added by Amy on May 1, 2009 at 1:28pm —
Puppy Post natal depression?
Sounds like a load of hoohaa, but I am serious.
I think I may have a bout of it. My breeder said that she noticed since we brought her home, I haven't quite been the same and she is right. We keep in touch on an almost daily basis... because we work together.
I suppose the onset of cleaning, occasional yelling buzz yelling "no, stop, or enough", and her talking back to me is getting to me but I know its not all of that, which is… Continue
Added by The Mau on May 1, 2009 at 1:28pm —
So, Hannah's spay is scheduled for the 18th of this month. I know it'll be fine, but I can't help but be nervous! I took a couple days off work so I could be here with her. It may not be necessary, but it will at least make me feel better. On the 16th, I'm going to a dog event in St. Louis. I'm not sure what to expect, but I think it'll be fun. Hopefully the weather is nice and all this rain is gone by then. And then, in June, Hannah starts her puppy training classes! I'm super excited for… Continue
Added by Jamie on May 1, 2009 at 1:09pm —
It has been a while since I have been on, but I just thougt I would give a little update and maybe help someone else out who may be facing the same delima I did. My Sweet Sophie ended up having surgery to repair her torn ACL. It has been a little over a month now and she is doing great! She no longer has stitces or a bandage, and she would probably tell you the best part is that she does not have to wear that silly cone any more. Before she had the surgery I wondered if I would be doing the… Continue
Added by Jenn & Sophie on May 1, 2009 at 2:42am —
Dear friends of MyCorgi.com,
We're excited to announce a brand new way that you can support Corgi Rescue!
A rewarding choice for everyone.
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Added by Sam Tsang on May 1, 2009 at 12:00am —