Many thanks to those of you who offered condolences about the passing of our beloved Snoopy. Some of you may have noticed that that post ended as if I was mid thought and there was more to be written. There probably was.
As I was writing (and…Continue
The land is Corginnea! With the unifier of the Pembrokes and Cardigans, Atticus!!!!
oh my gosh the dog chewed through his harness, i normally take it off but this time i forgot! aaarrggg!!!!!!
Yarrrrrr! Did ye all remember to Talk Like A Pirate today? Corgi pirates came ashore to loot yer treats and plunder yer cuddles!! Ye must join our corgi crew for stumpy adventures on the high seas!!…Continue
Hi everyone! This is my first time writting on here. I have a 14 week old Pem. His name is Gizmo. I wanted to ask. How was everyones pup at 14 weeks? Mine is loveable at times and then crazy and hyper during other times LOL i love him to death either way :)
my corgi just chased one of our chickens, i was calling his name and it was like he had gone deaf. i am very frustrated. he bolted out the door. i dont know what to do, i want to keep him and our other animals safe.
we have a corgi mix, he is absolutely crazy!!! i need some go ways to train him, i love him and want him to be a less stressful part of our family.
Here are some very normal sounding ones from petfinder.Continue
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Welp, I have to admit it: I seriously did not think a corgi could rise to the level of a German shepherd, the dogs of my dreams (okay, okay: and nightmares). But by golly: Cassie the Corgi just did it.
After the Adventures in Medical Science (that would be 6 surgeries in 12 months), I fell into a kind of lassitude in which I let everything, business and personal, go to pot. But lately a small recovery has occurred.
Yesterday I happened to notice that I haven't cleaned…Continue
You'd never know it.
This afternoon while scanning through some old blog posts by way of gathering stuff for a blog-based bookoid, I came across a post dated June 14, 2008, announcing the arrival of Cassie the Corgi at the Funny Farm. In it, I remarked that the Humane Society said her former humans told them she was two years old.
That would make her ten years old now!
Who would think…Continue
Quite a lot of dog hair. :-D
So does your human.
It's been past time for Cassie and Ruby's doggy baths for quite awhile. I try to put off bathing them until the weather is warm, because I'm afraid of getting them chilled. Ruby has normal fur, but Cassie's hair is like a lion's mane, only all over her body. It's so thick and lush that it takes all day long to get dry, even in Arizona's parched climate.
My sweet Lily started dragging her right rear leg a couple months ago. I took her to the vet and they poked and prodded and put her on bed rest, anti-inflammatory meds and gabapentin. She has never exhibited pain and still is able to run around the house and takes great joy in chasing the boys while they play ball in the yard. If this were a slipped disc I would think that she would be in pain or cry with exertion of any kind...Am I wrong?
She used to sit on her rear feet, but now…Continue
Yesterday we lost our Snoopy. Well past age 14, he finally slowed to a stop. He collapsed in the front yard and passed away an hour later at the vets. No sickness really, just a slow down to a finish. Looking back over the last few weeks I…Continue
Luna is 4 months old tomorrow (7/6) and she has been pawing at her mouth a lot. I know she is teething and just want to be sure that this is a reaction to that and not something more. Today I thought she was scratching at her collar like usual, but she was definitely itching at her mouth.
Also, she's been on antibiotics for a UTI and I am noticing that the greenish discharge isn't going away after she…Continue
Poor Lexi broke her toe! She was just running in the yard and suddenly was limping. I am supposed to keep her from running around for 2 weeks to a month. Not going to be easy. Watson can't understand why his playmate can't play and Lexi doesn't get it either. Going to be a long couple…
Dogs bite: some 4.7 million times a year, leading 800,000 humans to seek medical attention, of whom 386,000 will need emergency treatment. A third of all homeowner’s liability claims result from dog bites, at an average cost per claim of $32,072. Every year, the insurance industry shells out over a billion dollars for dog-bite claims.
My son, a claims adjuster for a major US insurance company,…Continue
Today is Noodles 11th birthday. We had a party for him the other night at the dog park. In the 2nd picture, he's waiting patiently for his Grammy to cut his birthday cake. I can't believe my baby is 11...…Continue