I really intended to keep up with our Lola Bear's progress from the start, but I am admittedly really bad at finding time to sit and type. Bear in mind, that most of this is just a yearly update, but I do have a legitimate question for those who have a multi-corgi home.
In April, Lola had a Grand Mal seizure. That, I believe, was the scariest part of our year thankfully. It seems to have been an isolated event that didn't seem to have any stimuli (no toxins were around and there were no signs really leading up to it). Other than that it's been a pretty calm year for her.The vet keeps and eye on her at the kennel, just in case.
My husband and I were having a discussing regarding her stairs to our bed this evening (she did have a minor neck episode a few weeks ago where she apparently threw her neck out while dry coughing. A few laser therapies and some pain meds and she's back to new) when in a break in the conversation (while my husband was holding her) she farted the funniest Corgi fart I have ever heard her make! I think it even startled her a bit!
We definitely have always wanted to have a multi-Corgi house (especially after researching the breed) and we definitely wanted to make sure we had the time to adjust to Lola before bringing in a new dog. Lola was rescued out of a bad situation so we wanted to give her time to get used to "new" normal before going forward. I would say the same for us. Lola is a Spayed female and I've definitely heard stories about bringing in another female into our little pack, but what about a male (we have a breeder a few hours away that we have watched since before getting Lola and researched that we are going to go through) puppy? What is your experience with a two Corgi house? Is it better to go with two females or one of each? Seeing as they like to eat (Lola seems to be a-typical there), how do you feed two corgis, at the same time or different times?
Let me also just say I love this little family where these questions can be asked without feeling dumb or under prepared :)
Megan and Brian (and Lola)