Cassie the Corgi, Queen of the Universe and Empress of All Time, Space, and Eternity, has (as you can imagine with a title like that) some magical qualities. Among them is the ability to cure aches and pains.
Now that I'm old, I hurt all over my bodeh. About two years ago I managed to hurt my back -- ignominiously, by perching in a stupid position in front of a computer…Continue
I'm hoping this post will help out those who are flying with their Corgis in-cabin since I really didn't know what to expect. However, please note that my experience and circumstances may differ than others.
My now fiancé (I just got engaged!) and I recently traveled from Maryland to Maine and back with our puppy, Casey. He was 18 weeks old weighing in at about 16lbs. We flew non-stop on US Airways, and their pet policy is that they accept one small dog, cat or bird per…Continue
*Fair warning, this is an issue I am extremely passionate about. This is just a vent at the various comments that I saw while researching pet restraint laws.*
I am fully against animals being allowed loose in a vehicle. I feel it should be illegal to have your dog roaming freely about, especially your lap - no matter the size. I'm annoyed when others…Continue
I finally did it! I searched long and hard and patience paid off. I brought home Arrow the 22nd of December. He is one of the puppies from Willa's Angels - you can find them on facebook. My world has already changed so much. I am so so so grateful. …Continue
Check out Buzzfeed today. The report says that Corgis are close to becoming an extinct breed! No Way!!!
May your holiday season be filled with corgi…Continue
Added by Paisley "Vaquita" on December 23, 2013 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Our proposed new pup's breeder e-mails to report that one of her two pregnant dams has been to the vet, who believes she's carrying "at least"(!) five pups.
These little guys are due shortly after Christmas. The other litter…Continue
Added by Vicky Hay on December 21, 2013 at 12:13pm — No Comments
I had to let my darling Misty go this morning unexpectedly. Sudden and aggressive onset of Wobbler's Syndrome. She went peacefully after many treats in my arms. We are sad but know that she is at peace over the Bridge. She was ten and lived a life full of love as all dogs should.…Continue
Added by Sheamus & Carlo on December 18, 2013 at 8:18am — No Comments
Has anybody heard of Ocu - Glo Rx or know anybody who has used it for their mature aged male Corgis with an eye condition known as PRA read my earlier blog post known as Shine.
Added by Brian Graham & Oscar & Sam on December 14, 2013 at 3:19am — No Comments
I googled eyes problems in Pembroke Corgi's they came up with 2.
1) Progressive Retinal Atrophy ( PRA) Also known as Progressive Retinal Degeneration ( PRD). Look for change in dogs personality i.e. wont walk down a dark hallway or go downstairs suggesting night blindness. Vision improves during daylight hours!. Pupils dilate as the disease progresses!.
2) Shine condition. Corgi's develop a cloudy look in their eyes known as shine!. I need to schedule a…Continue
Added by Brian Graham & Oscar & Sam on December 14, 2013 at 2:37am — No Comments
This question is for all owners of mature aged Corgi's. I wont say the old word because Oscar would never forgive me!. Jan 4th Oscar will turn 11 every year @ his annual health check one thing my vet would always check Oscar's eyes and would always comment they were good and no sign of problems!. I would ask as any pet owner would ask what problems were these and I was told corgis sometimes have problems with their eyes which can led to blindness. I cannot…Continue
Hello everyone! Bandit is doing fantastic (can't believe she is already 13 weeks old!), but I have had some issues the past few days with her while we have her outside to go potty.
The area outside my apartment where I take her to do her business has some mulch around the bushes, which was fine, but when the landscaping people came this past week they somehow managed to get little bits of mulch all over Bandit's usual potty area. The problem stems from this. She…