Hi! It's Laika in the avatar (I'm still learning how to use this site!). Well, actually I didn't know too much about corgis when I bought mine, I just knew I wanted a corgi! But, indeed, her marks are very cute! Your corgi has some awesome marks as well. Ah, BTW, Maple Leaf has this name because he's redhead (and looks like pretty much the color of Maple Tree). Anyway, I'll put some pics of them both, as soon I learn who to deal with mycorgi.com!
Thanks so much for your kind words. We were lucky to get him and he definitely brings us happiness! He was a little behind in his socialization skills, but he's always gentle with children who want to pet him (or adults for that matter) -- loooooves attention!
Ritz is absolutely adorable :)
That's too bad. I suppose if you have to get them from Australia, that is part of the scarcity. We live on a small island and everyone thinks ours is a "sausage dog". We have to do a lot of explaining. What part of England did you live in? My sister is married to a Brit and they live in London; we went to visit a few years ago. Actually the countryside of England looks a lot like where I live (my brother-in-law thinks so too). We loved the Cotswold and Bath; much more than London.
Hello! The name decision was thought out a lot. General Zod is a supervillian in the Superman comics and just happens to be a really interesting name as well. I really wanted an original name, and I have yet to meet another pet named Zod. When I went to get Zod from his littermates, he was the feisty little boss of the litter. At that moment it was settled; he had the personality of a Zod.