Happy News Year to all of you!
I hope this year brings you Love and Joy.
Added by Kitty Kirwin on December 31, 2010 at 9:05pm — No Comments
We have had Sally for a year now. She has been through so much, and is really doing great! I would say for the first 9 months we had to keep all squeaky toys away, she didn’t really know how to play. She would get very upset when she heard them squeak.…Continue
Hi y'all! Malaqui now has her own Facebook page. For the last four years the little bunny butt has taken over my page so its time she flies on her own. Not to say she is coming off my page any day soon! I'm just too proud a mama! :0)
I'm not sre how to post the link to her page, so I'm letting y'all know how to find it if you're curious to take a look.....Just look up Malaqui and it should pull her profile among the choices. I'll be adding new photos as I find time. She's…Continue
I'm going to try and document Rowdy's first year (or more, let's see if I can keep this up).
Rowdy is going to be 8 weeks old tomorrow, I got him at 7 weeks from a very loving family breeder in Sacramento. His buddy was a year old Golden Retriever and man did he love to play with him! That's how I was able to choose the name Rowdy, he got feisty with that golden and told him "what for."
When we brought him home, he immediately started playing with his new…Continue
Mauser Marksman aka Little Marker Boy from my Aug 9, 2010 litter by Sian and Marker crossed the bridge Dec. 28, 2010 from Renal complications. This picture was taken during a visit with Mauser and his owner, Bree Babin, the beginning of December. The visit almost got canceled because of snow in my area and I am so thankful Bree was willing to still make the drive, for this is…Continue
Added by Dyllan on December 29, 2010 at 5:35pm — No Comments
I want to let all of you on this site and their Corgis know how much I appreciated your support today. I really needed it. It seems so strange not to have my "little one" with me as I go around my home. I use to talk to him like he was another human. But I am very thankful he was my "guy" for the 3.5 years he lived with me. I adopted him just two days before Mom went into a nursing home and needed his presence greatly. At that time, I wasn't familar with Corgis so didn't know how loyal…Continue
Added by Cheryl Lyons on December 28, 2010 at 2:54pm — No Comments
My Corgi, MaGuire, was put to sleep this morning after about a month of decline. He has been my close buddy/protector/tropper for over 3 years. He was the best!! I want another one similar to him.
I will start the process of looking for another Corgi. Because I am in a rural area, we do not have many options of finding one. That is why I am starting today. I have been grieving MaGuire's decline and talking to him about it. So, I…Continue
One goes to great pains (despite desperately pitiful facial expressions and pleas from one's corgis and close family members) to prevent one's long-backed corgi babies from becoming overindulged during the holidays. (Because one knows that overindulgent corgis turn into chunky corgi monkeys.)
HOWEVER, no matter how hard one tries, one cannot - for the life of oneself - apply the same tough corgi-love logic to one's own overindulgent self. [Chunky monkey junky…Continue
The dogs got one of their Christmas presents early so they could enjoy a good run with their new frisbee (the pink one) in a deserted park.
Jack looks like a puppy in this one.
Please visit The Briese Moon - our very own blog on Blogspot. Follow us if you would like, as I update that blog more often than the one on here and will actually be doing her entries on there from now on.
Here is the link for this week's entry:Continue
I am holding a piece of wood and the dog is near the fire so I poke him.
I find that the strength of anger is the wrong strength.
Next time I see someone hit a dog I will scowl at them twice as hard.
Added by Sarah C. on December 25, 2010 at 6:00pm — No Comments