It's all about him from the moment I brought him home at 8 weeks, and if I slip up the bark bark bark pulls me back in! Does Wilf play tricks on you? Bruties does, he'll hide his head and truly thinks I can't see him, it's so funny, but I play along ofcourse. Corgi's are so quick to learn wish I was 10 years younger he'd make a great jumper, but alas, we settle for runs in the yard and fetch. It's always a good morning with a Corgi, that look, tilt of the head and cutting those eyes back at you, and ofcourse the bore. I'm sure he knows everything I'm thinking before I think it! Have a great day and a long life with Wilf!
Oh NO NO NO he looks PERFECT, know what you mean about "being in for it!" Does Wilf "talk" to you? Brutis does, and he finally has me going in the right direction=his way. I laugh all the time with this guy, there is NEVER a dull moment as you well know! Just when you think you've seen it all, here comes something new. Brutis is 1 1/2 years old and I hope the puppy stage never goes away. I can see why your boy is the apple of your eye, he looks like so much fun and love. Mary and Brutis
Funny how close their names are; let's not tell the AKC lest they ban any "Wi..." names so they don't go above 30lbs! I'm sure when he'll grow a bit out of his rebellious years as Will has. The only thing insisted upon now-a-days is frequent belly rubs. And a jog if we are away for a long while helps too!
hee hee ..YES!! everyone said she look like a fox ..every time we take her out to the park ,people call : look!! that dog looks like a fox!!! .hahaaa your corgi is cute ,he looks like a panda when he was young , now is a happy handsome men , i love the pic he sleep on the sofa with the black & white cat !!!what a nice photo !! bubu never can stay cool with any cat ...
Hi there, you have really brought up a good subject, though I have no good answer, I assure you, Wilf will eventually find his places in your home as you travel. It is important that you immediatly let him know what his boundries are, (husbands feet etc...) and at the same time give him alternatives as to where you feel he should lie, sit or stand as you move on down the road.....Corgis like people, love to travel, need to pee (and poop) want water and snacks, and more than one area that is specifically their own to do their own version of coping with the excitment (and monotomy) of travel. Keep your baby on a leash at all times where ever you go!! Even if he is the best behaved dog ever, stray dogs may attack him (out of nowhere) predators such as hawks may attack, cougars, etc......in desert regions, there may be snakes, cacti etc.... many things your baby just isn't expecting..... bottom line, your baby must be educated about travel, what is and is not acceptable and what his boundries are.....you're future (wonderful) travels and his Life....... depend on you....... Been there Still there Tammey Marsh