Judith Andre's Blog (9)

Re homing Corgis

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…

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Added by Judith Andre on May 13, 2015 at 12:39am — 14 Comments

Great dog loving friends to the rescue

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…

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Added by Judith Andre on January 15, 2015 at 12:10am — 5 Comments

My solution for Corgi who hates being combed

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…

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Added by Judith Andre on February 19, 2014 at 1:08am — 5 Comments

Last agility pix

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 3:14am — 3 Comments

CPE agility trial.

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…

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Added by Judith Andre on November 28, 2011 at 1:01am — 4 Comments

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