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Started this discussion. Last reply by steve smith Feb 26, 2012. 7 Replies 0 Likes
Hey everyone. I am planning to take our 7 year old corgi Roslyn to the vet tomorrow morning. I notice some odd behaviors that I was hoping you might help me understand better.She tries to get…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Melvin Brock Oct 7, 2011. 1 Reply 0 Likes
http://saginaw.craigslist.org/pet/2629700981.htmlFemale pemmy. Spayed, UTD shots. Rehoming fee.I would love to foster her, but we are…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Lois B. Allen Oct 15, 2011. 4 Replies 3 Likes
I wasn't sure which category to put this in, so feel free to move it!Grooming is a big project around my house these days.With 2 kitties (American short hair)1 fluffy corgi1 crazy course hair corgi…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Bev Levy Jul 12, 2011. 5 Replies 0 Likes
Ok, this post has nothing to do with corgis, but I figure my fellow dog lovers could help me. Recently I have been fostering male corgis, but recently I was asked to foster a male Alaskan…Continue
Posted on February 24, 2012 at 10:27am 5 Comments 6 Likes
Remember the Malamute we were going to foster? Probably not as it has been a while since I have posted anything... Well my husband fell in love, and he became part of our pack.
Here's a pic of him when we first got him. Shaved and smelling of skunk, with a few Porcupine quill in his muzzle working themselves out. He was pretty ugly and stinky.…
Posted on September 16, 2011 at 5:37pm 9 Comments 4 Likes
So my poor little corgi mix Oona get cold very easily. Anything below 65F and she starts shivering and cuddling up to the other dogs... which sometimes they are not in the mood for. Knowing this will be her first true Michigan winter (she was born last Nov, but winter puppies don't spend too much time outside during those months), I decided she needed a sweater.
I was not about to pay $15-25 on a stupid dog sweater!
So without a pattern I decided to crochet a basic sweater…
Posted on August 30, 2011 at 10:48am 13 Comments 0 Likes
A few days ago Roslyn wa
s playing with Oona and let out a huge yelp and hid. I checked her out thinking she probably got snagged by a tooth or something, but didn't find any marks. Since then she had been limping a bit, and very snippy with the other dogs. She has been super clingy to me and distant to everyone else.
I figured she had pulled a muscle or something as there was nothing external and she wasn't having any other symptoms beside being grumpy and clingy.
Posted on August 6, 2011 at 12:00pm 5 Comments 2 Likes
Every summer seems the same for me. A friend or family member is in need of help and I drop everything to try and make life easier for them.
During this time my husband and I decided to take in (yet another) foster dog. This time an Alaskan Malamute, and I would only be home on the weekends.
I can't tell you how proud I am of my husband right now. I had to beg him to adopt our first dog Roslyn, and he made me promise I would do everything for her. Now we have our second dog…
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Ha ha! Well, we actually recenly lost our 20-y-o tuxedo, Charlie, so we've only got one of each. (Thanks for prompting me to update my profile.) Do you think you can convince him that you only need to get ONE cat?! It is, after all, adopt a shelter cat month. (smile)
Hope that your trip was safe and uneventful. I am sure that you will be a perfect mom for your new puppy. Puppies are so exciting, they are very resilient (sp), perhaps the best ever time wasters. It is hard to get anything done.......
Best of luck and keep us posted....
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