update 9/28 : Wynn's sutures are open...waiting for the vet to get back and then we are going in...NOT an emergency but can't wait till the AM:(
Vet visit: Super sedated for the next 4-5 days...huge cone head too:( After he tore out several of the staples right after the vet had put them in the vet decided that to put him on a major med and more pain pills as he had just finished his last one…Continue
Hope this doesn't continue...lost 2 cats due to rat poison which we NEVER use and the closest neighbor is about 3 miles away. This included my baby cat KK that found us...this also happened about 20 miles from here and we think someone is trying to poison coyotes and maybe something ate it and wandered onto the property and died. The one was an outside shed cat and until KK got sick and we took him to the vet we had NO idea.
Cougar sighting are rare around here BUT 2…Continue
I have all these plans detailed and thought out...well I'm at my daughters babysitting the grand kids with Wynn. This AM I let their Bull Terrier out with Wynn and I hear a bit of a warning growl from Wynn. He came back on 3 legs:( Not sure what happened. My 1st thought was take him to the vet BUT I have 2 kids under 5 and NO car seats. He is doing better after an hour and putting weight on his leg but I think I will call my vet and see what they have to say as my husband could pick up…Continue
We have the chance to help out some Corgi rescue Groups plus have a daily dose of Corginess:) People have been waiting all year for this and we need to sell 600 calendars. Buy for yourself and a gift for another Corgi lover. We have over 10,000 members lets's make this happen:) Please send info to your MyCorgi "friends that may not get on here often as we only have 12 more days.
I'm as proud as I can be with Livvy today:) She helped move our 2 goats over a mile from one farmsite to the other. She thinks she owns the goats in the yard BUT she truelly did her job today as we walked from one place to the other with only one goat…Continue
We just got home from a last minute trip to the vet. I had called Wynn in from outside where he had been for several hours enjoying the 70 degree temps and the sun. He couldn't get up and his leg was looking funny so I knew it was his back or leg. Somehow he made it to the car when I went in to get something and I lifted him in. After several times of checking his spine and legs the vet told me it was his back and to "hold his head and upper body tight. The vet moved his legs and hips every…Continue
Please...we have 9000 plus members and not enough pictures for a 365 day calender??? Even if you don't think the pic is not good enough let MyCorgi decide.They need to be in today. Send more than 1...it's ok to do so!
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Well Ottis is doing very well except for his dog aggression issues, we are working on this but I would not trust him in a home with other dogs. He is okay when greeting dogs when both are on leashes.…Continue
He is a very nice BIG(I am guessing 35+ pounds) boy but also a very BIG challenge. He is scared yet although has warmed up to the people and the cats....he is dog aggressive at this point:( I only haveTank my sweet Corgi mix here with him and he growls and wants to go after him so I either have to seperate or crate Ottis. I know things will get better each day but for now I'm "on guard". Ottis lived with other dogs and his previous owner had him since a pup...wish us "luck"…Continue
I just got this tonight from our local humane society and thought I needed to pass this on. Even if a few write letters it may help some corgis live better lives!Cheryl,
decades, unscrupulous pet dealers have imported thousands of young, often
unweaned and unvaccinated puppies…
I spent 3 hours yesterday looking for Livvy. Now, she never leaves the yard and can be trusted to stay home! Well, I couldn't find her and thought the worst so I walked in the fields,drove all over and squeaked her favorite toys plus played ball with the others to get her to "come". Right before I left again I laid…Continue