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About Me:
New to the corgi breed, with a "Corgi Poo" named Sally, and 7 young Corgi/Corgi Poo puppies, and Dexter, a 2 mo. old Border Collie mix.
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
About My Corgi(s):
Sally is a Corgi Poo, half Cardigan Welsh(rather than Pembroke - I think) Corgi and half poodle. I also now have 7 Cardigan Welsh/Corgi Poo puppies about 2 weeks old. And, I have Dexter, a two month old border collie cross.
I have:
Corgi mix

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Need Help, Please!

Posted on July 28, 2012 at 8:33am 10 Comments

Hi all,

The pups are 5 weeks old now and nearly ready to go to their forever homes and I'm hoping that all you Corgi lovers out there can help me. For my own penance I will tell you what I had been thinking... and why I now need some help from all of you.

I had planned on having them go to a local breeder who has avenues to pet shops in the Denver area (I'm in SW Nebraska) - this based on the recommendation of my local veterinarian (which is why my thoughts even went down this…


Homemade Dog Food

Posted on July 17, 2012 at 11:21pm 2 Comments

Does anyone in this community have any experience or advice about making home made dog food... you know with meat/rice and supplements.  I'd love to be able to make something like that for the puppies now that they've got little teeth (and I fear mom is having a harder time keeping up with their voracious appetites).

I saw one recipe that used ground beef, white rice, and whole eggs (shell included for calcium) and vitamin supplements.  I'd be more interested ones that included some…


Corgi's ears...

Posted on July 17, 2012 at 7:55pm 5 Comments

Since I'm completely new to all of this, can someone please tell me if the ears on a corgi stand up naturally? I'm wondering if my pups' ears will eventually stand up.  I ask because I noticed a corgi cross with the ears "done" and since mine are 3/4 corgi, I'm hoping their ears stand on their own.

(we are now at the puppy teething stage, sharp little buggers :) )


Transition to solid food

Posted on July 13, 2012 at 3:17pm 0 Comments

So the puppies are 3 weeks old today and for the last 3 days or so I've been giving them ebsilac on plates.  They are able to lap now but I'm concerned that they aren't getting enough milk from mom and am thinking it's time to move to puppy mush.

Does anyone have experience at this? (I'm much better with kittens and homemade "glop") I've read such a variety of things from baby food (such as rice or oatmeal dry mixes) with esbilac to soggy/mushy puppy chow and water.  I don't know if…


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At 6:27pm on July 04, 2012, WhiteDove gave Jennifer a gift
Have a happy and safe 4th. . . . .
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