I really enjoyed your picture on the calendar!
I have your page separated from the calendar and hope you are willing to do a SWOP.
I can send you your page, if you could send me the the page of my pup - Radar, Portsmouth, RI (February).
Please note: I do have a hang hole punched into the top center edge.
If you would like to swap then send me an email so we can trade mailing addresses to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks and have a CORGI DAY!
Greetings from Wenatchee!
Tell Owen he can find find a ball just like Laverne's at Petco. I had one for my kids years ago but now they make a smaller version for dogs. She loves it!
Owen is absolutely PERFECT! What a handsome boy! I love your pictures. You are a beautiful family.
Owen looks alot like our Yogi.. And Yogi is teething. he is like a little pirrana... Don't be mad at the baby.. he was only doing what comes naturally.. Everyone has a story like that.. I didn't realize that Gizmo was CHEWING OFF the front of the rockers of my Grandmothers rocker that I have. He was so good around me.. and I thought he was being such a good boy at 12-13 months. Oh know.. secretly he was turning into super beaver on that rocker. Oh well.. I will change them one day. Owen is so cute.. and very smart looking. Gail.
This is the hardest thing I have ever been through. He was like my child. I spent every moment I could with him. I know he was spoiled and had a great life...but i want him back. I wish I could turn back time. I thought this would be easier to get over but it is so hard. Everyones nice comments help but I hope you have many more years than me with your pup
Aw-Owen sounds so cute! He looks a lot like my Gus. Gus still won't do stairs (he's 4!) except the four stairs he has to do to get outside, but they are really wide. That may be the key. Actually, I wish his sister, Pearl, wouldn't do the inside stairs either-it would make life simpler!
Thanks for joining the Inspirational Corgis group!! So sad to hear their is that much cancer in your family. Little corigs do put smiled on people's faces and distract them from their suffering, that is for sure. Joy and Baby Butter
Actually these are ducks. They are a breed specifically used for herding dogs. They are called Indian Runner Ducks. They are much taller and more slender then traditional ducks. I think quite a bit faster too!
He sure is a handsome little fella! Congrats on the little addition to the family and join us the corgi slaves :)
I say be patient with him coz he's only really small (10wks).
We didn't start leash and obedience training until Truffle and Bailey were 12 weeks. (Both went to puppy school at 12 weeks).
Dunno bout US, but in OZ, the VET advised not to go for walkies until they had their 3 vaccinations at around 16 weeks in fear of parvo.
When we first had Bailey (9weeks), he also refused to walk a lot and only like to lie down so I think Owen will be alrite as Bailey is now very active and all over the place.