Rebecca, CorgiAid had carts to loan! Our Lucky has one and it has been a lifesaver as he is on it fulltime now. He was able to walk for a couple years post surgery for IVDD, I guess that is unusual. Lucky's disc did "blow", he was totally paralyzed when the neighbor found him, called me at work and suggested having him put down - not on her life! Moving on, you may want to join the yahoo group wheelcorgis. It has been a lifesaver for us, that is where I spend most of my "corgi time" as these people know so much. This is terribly disjointed, sorry about that, I need my coffee (it is 4 AM and I was awakened by my able bodied corgi) Bobbie, the woman who runs the corgiaid cart program is also the moderator of wheelcorgis, she is great and knows so much about IVDD having had IVDD corgis herself. Good luck to you. Carol, Lucky and Sonny
We adopted Lilo from Lost Arrow Ranch in Marseilles, Il. The breeder was very easy to work with and Lilo has the most easiest going attitude ever. She still has her Corgi moments, but not as bad as our last little guy. Last I looked, this breeder still had one puppy left from her last litter.
What kind of training are you looking for? Most of the trainers I know in this area are dressage trainers, so I'm not familiar with the trainers of other disciplines (though I know there are many here!). I have a friend who has a Rocky - I might be able to find out where she works/trains.
Thank you so much! We got clutch from a breeder in Decatur Illinois. I am drawing a blank as to the couples names but they also have show horses too. We were actually able to pick clutch up at a horse show closer toward chicago so we had a shorter drive bringing him home. Where did you get your pup from?
I wanted to say thank u for your wonderful comments:') that was so sweet and it really touched my heart. I got the urn from caring hearts here in Arkansas. I can get u the info from them on how to order the urn if you would like?