hi stephan, sandy sent me pictures of the babies, but i can't forward them to you because i don't have an addy to forward to. almost all have full collars. love it. there are a couple with very small blazes on their faces. on my pic of the three corg's. far left is jack, my 11 year old and middle is joker and far right, jinx, joker's brother. if you notice, they each have different amounts of white on the faces. jack's mom was almost a plain face (no blaze or white on her face) but i can assure you her big brown eyes made up for lack of chrome. hope your weekend is going great. take care. let me know where to send the pictures.
thank you for inviting me to be a friend. love your pic's on your site. i see some of yours have tails and then there seems to be a tail missing. sorry to say i missed watching the wedding. saw parts here and there. what a handsome couple they make. i believe diana would have been proud. when people ask me what a corgi is i respond by telling them the Queen has had them for years and if you ever see a pic of her with low riding dogs, that is your corgi. well, you all take care. it's supper time and then i am going to stick my nose in the telly for the rest of the night and watch the food channel. love Iron Chef. later...
Thank you for the comment. There is a large community of corgis here in Taiwan, also Corgis are popular in Hong Kong, and Japan. They have great personality and the right size for apartment here in Asia! Great to see your pack. What is it like to live with so many corgis!?
Many of your pics show the tails carried high. Do they always do this, or is it just a photographic artifact? I see many pics of other tailed Pems abroad with the held tail low.
This tail-docking thing seems practically a religious issue here in USA; some people really like it, so we don't see many Pems with tails, but I think the tails look great. Good for keeping the nose warm at night, too.
Gwynnie & Al say hi from West Pembrokeshire.
I met a Swedish vallhund the other day -- rare here in USA -- the spitz ancestry was obvious especially when it curled its tail up over the back, but sometimes it lowered the tail too. I guess they don't dock vallhunds, but many are born naturally bobtailed; this one had a full otter-tail.
Stephen, thanks for the friend request and picture of your girl Angel. Yes, she does have some similarity to Gromit in her color and coat. Spectacular tail on her too! Here in the USA we still normally receive our Pems docked and probably will until the breed standard here is changed, but we do enjoy seeing the lovely tails that Pems would normally have. I'll look forward to seeing more pictures of your Corgis.
Stephen you sure keep busy! I don't know of any working corgis, but I always like looking at pictures! My babies are just part of the family, Bucher is 9 1/2 and he is scheduled for surgery on Friday to remove a tumor on his spleen & Sally just turned 4 and is a rescue who had been abused so is shy, but getting better.