I definitely hope that they get another chance to play together, so it would be awesome if you guys come back. The red-winged corgi is named Liberty - she's a little sweetheart. Have a great Halloween!
I haven't noticed any particular aggression issues with females. And my two have gotten along beautifully, though with some small issues of jealousy with Luna when I pay attention to Twinkie. As for when we are at our corgi meetups: Luna is a particular favorite of the males in the group, she usually has 2-3 males following her around and wanting to play. In fact, she has a regular "boyfriend" a few weeks her senior that finds her at every event we have.
I noticed that both you and Zoe's mom, Courtney, have mentioned allergies. I guess I've been lucky with Luna - we haven't had any incidences. I feed her a high protein diet (Merrick) and when she gets baths we use Green Tea shampoo. When I got Twinkie she had been shaved and was sunburned - I used the same Green Tea shampoo on her, it soothed her and she healed nicely - along with her fur growing in nice and soft. I also don't use topical flea treatments on them - I use comfortis instead, a chewable tablet they take once a month.
Here's Theo's dad's tumblr, specifically the post that made me realize he was a sibling of Luna's. I contacted him and had it confirmed.
Poor Taro! I'm glad he's so responsive to the shampoo! Zoe hasn't had any rashes or hot spots, but she gets these episodes that sound like reverse sneezes. They last for a few seconds up to a minute of her nasally heaving. I noticed them start when she was about 7 months old, but they were so infrequent I figured them to just be reverse sneezes. However, they've since increased in frequency to several times a week. We're going to her vet in a few days to get her checked out.
Thanks! It's nice to hear from you! Time really has flown by this past year! Taro is such a cutie- and big too! Zoe is actually pretty small. She only weighs a little over 20lbs. and is just starting to fill out. She has a big personality though and loves to meet and play with new dogs. :)
Yes, I got another! I hadn't been planning on it, but she desperately needed a new home - she was in a bad situation. I felt like I had enough room and love to spare. Luna appears to like having a second dog in the home - and they're getting along remarkably well.
I found Luna and Taro's brother here in San Diego. He is named Theo!
Taro has grown into a handsome little guy! It's funny how similar he and Luna look like each other - I thought she was looking more like Banjo every day too! I hope you are enjoying him as much as I am enjoying Luna.