Chelsey's Comments

Comment Wall (21 comments)

You need to be a member of to add comments!


At 5:48pm on October 14, 2011, Michelle, Blake & Luna :3 said…

Come join us for a Corgi Halloween Fest! R.S.V.P.!~
At 1:26pm on April 4, 2010, Corgi Mak & Buster McFatty Bear said…
Take a look at my Pembroke Welsh Corgi Buster's compendium of tricks all in a row!

At 7:44pm on November 05, 2009, Chelsey added a gift to their profile…
Spikes favorite
At 3:31pm on October 15, 2009, Corgi lover! (Misty) said…
What ever happened with that tri colored corgi in Idaho that you were considering adopting?
At 10:23pm on May 2, 2009, Fagin, Dodger and Poppy McFuzz said…
Yes, there are a few good parks. I'm including a web address to give you some info and addresses. I usually take Fagin to the Tanner Park area since it's so close to our home, but the Herman Frank's park is good too. Millcreek Canyon is a fun place to go for a hike as well!
At 3:47pm on April 8, 2009, Fagin, Dodger and Poppy McFuzz said…
Your Corgis as SO cute! I wish we lived closer...we could have a play date!
At 2:55pm on January 9, 2009, Marion and Vern said…
Your Corgis are adorable. I really enjoy looking at all the pictures everyone has. your new one looks like a thinker in some of her pictures, and your guy looks like wants to love everything in sight.
At 8:38am on January 7, 2009, Corgibyassociation said…
Oh, I was hoping to get a sable but looking at your pups when they were younger leads me to believe that Freya will definitely be a red and white despite the amount of black she has in her coat. Hope all is well!
At 6:20pm on January 4, 2009, Stanley & Charlotte said…
Hey Chelsey! Cute corgis!
At 11:55am on January 2, 2009, Amanda W said…
Wow she is so cute!!
At 11:53am on December 26, 2008, Amanda W said…
I hope Santa brought you a big jacket. In the 20's doesnt sound good to me. I might go to the dog park on Sunday. We havent been at all this month. I gave up both my meetups. I dont want to deal with it anymore.
At 11:17pm on December 25, 2008, Wendt Worth Corgi's said…
The penn hip test can be done at 3 mo. of does not have to be done couple of months til the age of 2. This sounds more like a scam to make some real good money. To OFA certify hips they can not be a day shy of 2 yrs old. I like to have my dogs hips radiographed at 1 yr old. Here is a link that might be some good information to you as well.
Abnormality of the hip joint, may affect one or both sides.
Clinically may range from changes visible only on x-rays to
crippling arthritis. From 1974 to 1991 over 1500 Pembrokes were
evaluated by OFA (Orthopedic Foundation for Animals, a registry
for skeletal disease). Of these, 20.1% were considered to be
dysplastic based upon their x-rays. The inheritance is complex,
believed to involve several genes and likely environmental
influences (diet, rapid growth).

Hip dysplasia (HD) can vary in its effect on individual dogs.
Some dogs may fail OFA evaluation and never be lame or in pain
a day in their lives. Other dogs may have disease so severe
that the hip joint falls apart and live in chronic pain if
surgery is not performed. Controversy exists when relying on
OFA assessment of Pembrokes for HD as many dogs with excellent
movement (even some at 10 years of age or older) cannot pass
OFA. Young dogs may have preliminary xrays done before 2 years
old but cannot receive a permanent evaluation number before the
age of 2. Dogs may not pass OFA evaluation at 2 years of age
but receive numbers when they are 4-5 years old since if there
is no progression of disease on the x-ray (only in the case of
borderline or mild cases).

The Pembroke is a dwarf breed, which may explain the difference
from larger breeds. Some inherent joint laxity may be necessary
for proper rear extension during gaiting which is not
recognized as "normal" by OFA. A newer evaluation system
(PennHip) has been established. This system measures joint
laxity and when enough specimens of one breed have been
evaluated, compares dogs only to others of the same breed, not
to one standard as OFA does. For dogs suffering from clinical
degenerative arthritis caused by hip dysplasia, there are
several options available (both medical and surgical). Although
it is recommended that dogs not rated by OFA should not be used
for breeding, Pembrokes (along with the other dwarf breeds)are
unique and must be considered on an individual case basis by
knowledgeable breeders. Dogs with a familial history of
clinical hip dysplasia (arthritis in the hip joint which
affects the animal's health) should not be used for breeding.
At 5:27pm on December 24, 2008, Amanda W said…
Oh well. Jesse keeps looking at blue merle cardigan pups so I am sure we will get one soon. I guess he is over having a big dog finally! Add new pictures of Ms Anne so I can be jealous. Is it cold there? LOL
At 10:29am on December 17, 2008, Amanda W said…
Are you there and moved in yet? Give me the puppy and no one will get hurt! LOL
At 10:27am on December 4, 2008, Amanda W said…
I am in the air about that meetup. I want to go but I am in the middle of painting a room. When I am done, I have to move all Pates stuff in there. Then I am moving my home office into her old room. See I am moving too! I have to get 4 walls and a door before she is off school for 3 weeks. She bothers me too much in this loft area. =(
At 11:40pm on December 3, 2008, Amanda W said…
I dont know if I will keep my Corgi meetup going. You guys were it the last time. People check the site all the time but they dont RSVP or show up. Maybe I will just go to the Inland Valley one.
At 11:27pm on December 3, 2008, Amanda W said…
Yep I found it! Thanks!!
At 8:47pm on October 23, 2008, Sam Tsang said…
Welcome Chelsey and Spike!
At 4:28pm on October 22, 2008, Cheryl said…
Welcome to naughty Corgis!
At 10:40am on October 22, 2008, Jenni & Dave Fields said…
Welcome Spike and Chelsey!

Rescue Store

Stay Connected


FDA Recall

Canadian Food Inspection Agency Recall

We support...



© 2024   Created by Sam Tsang.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report a boo boo  |  Terms of Service