Inspirational Corgis


Inspirational Corgis

Let's share what keeps us motivated, living in the present & cultivates an attitude of gratitude. This could be through Corgi/dog stories, poems, artwork, pics, humour, music, quotes, musings, etc. How can we be are best selves for our Corgis?

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Comment by Butter on February 15, 2011 at 7:29pm
Hi everyone...I've been away for awhile but back now...just wanted to touch base and say "hi".  Joy and Butter
Comment by Liz Hart on April 16, 2010 at 12:59am
Joy, I haven't been on in awhile and I'm sorry for all your going through. I didn't have a blood clot but all kinds of other things going on. I still can't believe it happened to me. Your right about germs. Today I had to go up to my HMO to PT and it brought back all my memories of chemo. I skipped PT and took Tia to a park and lay down in the sun with her. I thought to myself....every minute with my animal is precious. I am aware of every day that life will never be the same and I take nothing for granted. Especially my pets. My heart is with you. Are you going 8 rounds? I think that's what I did. Wiped me out like no one's business.

I can't take pulling....Double spinal fusion just months ago. That halti harness makes all the difference in the world. I slept through most of my chemo. I hear people walk but not me...just couldn't muster up the energy.
Comment by Butter on March 25, 2010 at 8:47am
Hi and welcome to Liz and Tia. I am undergoing chemo right now. Had #4 yesterday. When I came home I went to bed, now that I have cancer I no longer let Butter on the bed to protect me from germs, etc. He has found it hard to get used to (me too). Even though he wanted to go outside and play (I wasn't well enough to take him). He lay on the floor right next to the bed and wouldn't leave me until his "Daddy" got home. So sweet, they are such a comfort aren't they.

Glad to know about the halti harness. I can't walk Butter easily because I have a blood clot in one arm and the other is recovering from surgery. I can't use a regular leash because I want to scream when he pulls. I have been able to use a leash that expands (don't know what you call it) and I just let it out all the way. We have been able to do this so far.

Butter is a Cardigan too. Nice to meet you, Joy and Butter
Comment by Liz Hart on March 25, 2010 at 4:37am
My corgi saved my sanity and helped me heal twice. I'm a cancer survivor and during chemo Tia my corgi lay next to me for months of chemo in the summer when she would have rather been outside I'm sure. Without her, I'm not sure I would have made it.

Then four months ago I had a three level spinal fusion. Same wonderful companionship. I finally found a halti harness which makes it possible for me to walk her without her pulling me. I have to walk everyday to rehab so she keeps me going. Being a single person, she is my everything.
Comment by Amanda on April 11, 2009 at 1:50pm
Happy Easter everyone!!
Comment by Butter on January 21, 2009 at 7:33pm
How is everyone's January going? If ever we needed inspiration...tis the time of year? Joy and Butter
Comment by Wendt Worth Corgi's on December 17, 2008 at 1:50am

Comment by Wendt Worth Corgi's on December 4, 2008 at 11:48am
That is wonderful and very kind of you. The dogs do know. 3 kudos for Brodey.
Comment by Brodey's Mom on December 4, 2008 at 11:06am
I thought I would share an Inspirational Corgi story.

One of my closest friends just had major back surgery. At 27 he his discs had degenerated so badly that they were pinching a nerve causing constant and sometimes debilitating pain from his back to his toes. He had a three level fusion performed and was in the hospital for almost a week for recovery. He is a young single guy so my husband and I forced him to stay with us for at least a week while he convalesced. He agreed to stay with us mainly so he could have Brodey around while we was feeling down. I was afraid my little man would jump on his Uncle Tad like he always does when he comes over. He just loves him so much.

Brodey was amazing. He never left Tad's side for the week he was with us. He would get in the bed with him and never jumped on him. He tried a couple times to bite the tennis balls that were on Tad's walker, but he stopped when we told them those balls weren't for him. Tad said that having Brodey around was the best medicine. The doctor's have been very impressed with his recovery. We think that Corgi love had a lot to do with it.
Comment by Wendt Worth Corgi's on October 25, 2008 at 5:48pm
No credit to me..found them somewhere.

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