I have the sad task of finding a home for 2 Corgis belonging to a dear friend. I have a couple good leads thanks to the Lincoln (NE) Corgi Group. It is a daunting task trying to make sure I do the right thing by them. I have no experience re homing pets so any experience any of you can share would be much appreciated. I have lined up a good home for my baby should something happen to me, but Sandy hasn't...and she won't be coming home from the hospital this time. Her daughter asked for…Continue
My ( grown) son's Corgi got hit by a car Sunday. He will survive but his leg is in bad shape and there a possibility he could lose it or be very lame...time will tell. I'm posting this to reaffirm how great dog people are. I posted on Facebook that we were looking to borrow an XL wire crate or X-pen to put him in as he gets more active....he is in a splint so our crates are not large enough. Within probably 20 minutes I had offers from friends of 3 x-pens and a crate! We compete in…Continue
Murray HATES being combed and sheds the most of any Corgi we've had. Even with lots of treats and threats it was a chore that I didn't do nearly often enough ( if there is such a thing with a Corgi ). About a month ago a light bulb went off. I started with a relatively well groomed Corgi and now keep his comb on the counter right by where I feed him. Before each meal I run the comb through him for maybe 30-60 seconds and then give him his food. He quickly figured out that he has to hold…Continue
We got 4 perfect scores out of 5 runs at our last CPE trial. You can tell by the look on Murray's face how much he loves it. It's a blast...I highly recommend it. Takes a bit to get the hang of it, but once you do it's addictive!
Added by Judith Andre on October 27, 2012 at 2:28am — No Comments
I finally got brave enough to enter Murray in his first agility trial. The main reason I hadn't was that he has a habit of clipping jumps. We have been working on it, but he seldom has a totally clean run. I've come to the conclusion that the very thing that he has gotten praised for is the main problem: he watches me very closely. You wouldn't think that would be a problem, but it takes his attention away from the jump, especially if he gets a little ahead of me. Very frustrating. He…Continue