I am looking at our little pup, Hazel. He is 4.5 months going on 5 months next week and weights about 20lbs. I do not have the measurements for his mom and dad but mom is definitely a bigger corgi and dad is medium sized. I've included some photos below for reference. The reason for my post is I am concerned with his growth rate. Is he growing too quickly for the breed? If he is, what stress is being put on his little joints that could lead to spine and joint problems including hip dysplasia…Continue
About a 3 or so months ago, we started noticing a decline in Bella's sweetness and maturity around other dogs - and even some people.
Both off leash and on leash she has become very disturbed by any dog's presence and growls and barks in a threatening manor. We are new to this kind of behavior. She's never been this way before, and was always very social and even a bit submissive at times toward others. But now she stands assertive and bold, almost as a challenge to…Continue
I don't know what the rules are for posting a much needed rescue, but this little guy really deserves it! http://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/28931416/
He's a Welsh corgi mix. I filled out an application the other day and I just checked my mail and got the reply that they couldn't consider my application because I wasn't in the Washington DC area! He's the cutest…
I fail at keeping up here. Full time work and school and Ein have kept me busy.
I am NOT asking for donations from here, but I am asking you read and think good thoughts for him.…Continue
I saw this on pinterest and it had me laughing so hard. Baby corgi and lamb reverse roles and have a good time.
What's even better than a corgi shirt?? Supporting a small animal shelter!!Continue
Okay, it's prob'ly too early to worry about this.
Last week, M'hijito boarded his ridiculously overbred Golden Retriever, Charley, at my house because he had the doggywobbles.
This was attributed to his having eaten a paper towel whilst counter-surfing. (Please...do NOT get me started!). Since said G.R. showed no serious signs of doggy diarrhea (maybe a little loose u-no-whats but no galloping urgency), I figured the kid was right about the paper-towel…Continue
M'jihito drove me out to Wittman yesterday for Puppy-Picking Day, his car being younger and more reliable than mine. We have a pup, a little girl. A slew of Phone Photos are here:
Wittman is an hour's drive from central Phoenix. This factoid made for an…Continue
Well, as the infamous groundhog predicted, we have 6 more weeks of this cold bitter winter. As I type this, Westchester County NY has about 8 inches coming down. Bella is ecstatic about the snow, but me, not so much. Here are some tips to keep your corgi, and/or other dogs, safe in this snowy weather. (Some of these depend on the temperature of your area and how cold it…Continue
Lost or Stolen Corgi
REWARD FOR SAFE RETURN, NO QUESTIONS…Continue
Long time no see I suppose? Yes, well, I am glad to say Bella is doing very well and has recently shed a few pounds. Our New Year was great, and so were our holidays. I am hoping the same went well for you and your furry children, and I wish the best possible this 2014.
Much fuzzy love,
~Madeline and Bella <3
Added by Madeline and Bella on January 28, 2014 at 5:46pm — No Comments
It's been a long, long time since I've visited mycorgi.com, and even longer still since I posted about starting my search for a puppy back in May 2013. I never did hear back from that breeder, but long story short, we now have an eight week old red & white PWC named Shanks.
We picked him up last…Continue
Added by Cheetah & Shippo on January 1, 2014 at 1:24am — No Comments
So, my little miss Bandit has been home for two days now. When is the other shoe going to drop? When is she going to become a troublesome puppy? I honestly just can't get over how perfect of a puppy she is!
She has been completely accident free.
She doesn't really bark in the house (unless she sees the cat running away from her).
She only whines for a few minutes before settling down in her crate during the day.
At night, she falls asleep within minutes of…Continue
So, really quick...this is my first dog since I was a teenager. His name is Shankly and he is 6 weeks old this week. He is a Pembroke Corgi and I have to say, my wife and I are so in love with this little guy.
We created an Instagram for him, for me to get used to Corgi owners, and the Corgi's themselves. They say "a picture speaks a thousand words" and they do, and the videos on there as well.
We get to bring the little boy home on Nov. 25th. I am so excited.…Continue
It was time for our corgi costume parade around Green Lake in Seattle, on Saturday, October 26. We had a record turnout. Over 130 people and too many corgis to county. This event grows in size every year and is highly anticipated. We even have our own news reporter that comes out to cover our events.…Continue
Trying to spread the word too all corgi-lovers! I'm an illustrator and recently created some new corgi-themed art. Prints and stickers are now up for sale!…Continue
Added by Colonel and Kristine on October 14, 2013 at 1:24pm — No Comments
I came across this on OCD and I immediately thought of all our sweet corgis here. I'm sorry I can't remember who it was but they posted about their dog with DM and the need for wheels. You can get thru CorgiAid.
Added by Linda on September 29, 2013 at 10:46pm — No Comments
Well, we did it. We scheduled the surgery for this upcoming Friday. Last night Bella seemed fine, played a bit and ran around with the neighbor's dog, ate all her dinner, and slept on the couch like her normal self. She is completely in good heath other than her current problems and being a tad overweight, but hey, her pudge is what makes her squeezable! Anyways, hopefully the removal will be successful and she won't have problems urinating anymore. She is on a strong antibiotic for…Continue
Bladder Stones. Many Bladder Stones. *sighs* we all didn't see this coming. I am sad to announce Bella may be undergoing a surgery to remove the dozens of ping-pong ball sized stones from her bladder, that caused horrid inflammation in her (lady-part) and on the outside of it. It has caused us both a lot of pain. It is heartbreaking to see her go from a happy dog yesterday where she was playing with little kids at the park, to a mess of a dog. Our hearts and prayers are with her, as she goes…Continue