I had some wonderful German Shepherds in the years before I discovered Corgis. You will find that there are many similarities in the personality of the two breeds. I'm sure when the time is right you will get your Corgi and Rusty will have a new pal to play with and together they will make a handsome pair.
Well thank you! He is VERY smart and crazy. I got my first German Shepherd when I was like 6 I think.HE was a white shepherd and he was all mine and a GREAT protector. Since then I have had 7. We always had two at a time and at one point, 2 females and a male. The females got pregnant a week apart and we had 17 puppies! lol that was fun and if I had my way, we wouldn't have gotten rid of any of them. If I've learned anything in all my animals is: When the time is right, you'll know. I think this is also for the fact that you get to pick your perfect match. Everything happens for a reason. The one time I rushed and getting a pet, my heart wasn't in it and we weren't meant for each other. You'll see a little face and not only will AWW come out but so will "That's the one!" Good luck!
If timing is good for you I have a perfect little female pup ready named Cupid. You are northern CA, you could split air shipping to OR for only $125 on Dec 2nd, though I dont know how far that is. Look on my page for a live video of her name "you have a friend in me". The black pup sydney is who is going to OR!
I loved your music on you page. I need to add some to mine but I havent checked into how... a little behind i know :)
How fun! Are you excited? Yes. Max and Yoshi are both males. First we put them on each side of a gate so they can sniff each other. Once we saw that Max (GS) was excited and happy with no aggression, we put them in the same yard. Yoshi was two months old. I think Max just knew he was a puppy and he did very well. I think the sooner you can put them together, it will be much better. We also knew Max didnt do well with females. We learned from a traniner that females seem to be a little more dominated. Max just didnt like it. :) So we knew we had to get another male.
Awww... Thanks for the welcome! suggestions... just watch them until you feel comfortable that they are comfortable with each other. I know our German Shepherd was a little distrubed at first but now theyre bestest of buddies! We still keep them away from each other when it's time to eat. German Shepherd is still very protective of his food and other belonging. Our Corgi had no problem. It's been about a month and it just keeps getting better. :) Enjoy!!!! It is a BEAUTIFUL combination! :) Let me know how it works out!