Corgi lover! I also love to go geocaching and Daisy is my official Caching Corgi! Scout is in training. ;)
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
About My Corgi(s):
Daisy is a red and white female born on 12/20/09 and our new pup, Scout is a tri male born November 14, 2011. I didn't know what I was getting into with these corgis and have completely fallen for them!! I definitely have Obsessive Corgi Disorder and I am proud of it! Daisy and I have been doing agility since April 2011 and LOVE IT!!!
Our old dog Jessie died October 2011 and we still miss her terribly. :'( She was a true Heinz 57 but I think she had some corgi in her somewhere. She was such a sweet dog and the reason I wanted to get a corgi.
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4 Paws Kingdom was a lot of fun. Everything there is set up for the safety and comfort of the dogs. The owners have 2 Corgis, so we got the royal treatment. My husband and I don't own an RV, so we drove there in our car and rented the RV. They also have cabins, but they are smaller than the RVs. The 8 dog parks include one with a pond, one with agility, another with rally, small dog park, etc.
Asheville is a little over an hour away. Very dog friendly, but you can't take them into the Biltmore Mansion. Luckily, my husband and I had been there about 5 years ago, so we didn't go there this time. 4 Paws also will walk your dog (for a fee) if you are going to be gone all day, so you could check out the Biltmore. Well worth it.
That would be a LONG drive for you, however. Texas to NC... about 16 hours!
We drove 10 1/2 hours. We did it in 2 days and planned stops at dog parks along the way. We planned the whole vacation around the dogs!