You have two little darlings! I love my girls, but Bucks was in trouble yesterday for chewing on the frame of the new bed (she loves wood). If you come to Centralia stop in at the Centralia Outlets mall office and say hello. Melanie, Lizzie, and Bucks.
haha, Boda (my cat) is just like that. When she wants attention you can hear her meow echoing down the hallway outside of my apartment lol. She likes my dogs now but it took a while for them to grow on her. That's just so weird lol they could be twin cats :P i wonder why i've never seen another one like her.
I know this is random but my cat looks identical to yours. down to the rings on the tail, its really weird lol and i was wondering if you knew anything about the type of cat it is, because we've been trying to figure it out for the longest time and have never seen another cat like her.
Well I was a huge fan of bully breeds and was into the Akitas but I wasn't breeding. I always wanted to get into the dogs but had my horses I was showing and raising. When I needed to be home more I started selling the horses and was given my first Corgi for my daughter. LOL Yeah okay whatever..that became my dog. hehe From there my addiction started. I just started researching and studying the breed and it was about 2 yrs later had my first litter. After that I started to get other dogs and let my 2 original dogs go since I didn't feel they were the best of quality in conformation or minds. Thats how it all got started.
Are you a stalker? LOL Thats my Winston who does the chewie cha bacca imitations and he is my boy. I love that dog to death. You couldn't ask for a better mannered male. He's the father to my pups and up incoming litter. Corgis are known for their Corgiese language and I love it too death. Whenever anyone of them do it..I make the biggest fuss out of it so they end up doing it more. Aren't they the greatest dogs in the World?
I like that name. Its different but not strange. My newest Corgi I got from Colorado and I have been wanting this pedigree for awhile but the dogs are pricey and she doesn't allow just anyone to have open registration so I named her Sian meaning Gods Gift in Welsh. I pronounce it like "sigh Anne"
Your lucky!! Mine love the snow but for some reason Ohio is lacking the white fluffy stuff this year. Mine do the tunnel bit also. You've got to check out my one video on my profile of the Corgi in the snow. It will be a familiar site I'm sure and my all time favorite one is the corgi dancing for his food. Its hysterical. He is such a doll. But if you want to remind yourself of how fortunate you are to have your corgis..check out the video called A guy and his baby girl but get the tissue box ready.
I asked if you were in Washington since I had a girl from Washington travel up here this summer to get one of my pups. Shes a vet assistant or tech.
If you're in Pullman, find some hikers with a dog and go do this loop in the Quincy Wildlife Refuge. Maybe not in snake season; we did it in November. It's corgi-friendly terrain except for parts of the talus slope on the north side of Dusty Lake.
BTW, your photos on Washington State Corgies take a really long time to load. If you make copies of them, compress those down to 100-200 kB or so and repost them, the group will download much faster. Those are gorgeous dogs.