I grew up in SoCal but now live in No. Calif. as a stay at home mom to two daughters. When I'm not helping with homework, doing chores or other mom duties, I love to play the piano (for my ears only!), ride my Quarter horse, and cuddle with my pooches (a Corgi and a Schipperke).
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
About My Corgi(s):
I have the privilege of owning a sable female Corgi, Lilly, that we adopted as a puppy in June 2008. She is my second Corgi, though I acquired her under unexpected and sad circumstances. My first corgi, Sammy, was a black headed tri that went missing when a construction worker left our gate open in my absence. We were blessed to have Sammy for 9 great years and, though it has been awhile, I still have a shred of hope for our reunion. Back when I got my first, I read elsewhere that Corgis are either "worriers" or "party-ers". Sammy fit the worrier personality. Well, Lilly is definitely a "party-er"! I love to watch her bunny butt run and play. She is very confident, smart and loving. I am having so much fun and my family is just nuts about her.
Thanks for the add! And your Lilly....WHAT A CATCH! She is beautiful! Francis is my first Corgi, and I am thoroughly enjoying him. He's a bit of a partier too, but I finally got him off the bottle last week. I'll tell you, two things that definitely don't go together are Corgis and vodka! Kidding.... He is SO much fun. Have a great week!
You have good looking kiddos (both canine and human)! That last picture taken in the car is cute! But I also have to say that your corgi sleeping is pretty cute too! I am very sorry to hear about Sammy - I can't imagine something like that happening. Algy was once left outside in the yard for a few hours when he was a puppy but he just sat out front until a neighbor saw him and put him in our garage. Lilly is just adorable and I hope you have a long, happy and healthy life together with the fam!!!