6 month old Cardigan Welsh Corgi named Nimbus
Hello, Corgi Addicts! A corgi rescue near & dear to the CA heart has hit a bit of a bump in the road and needs corgi addicts to step up and lend a hand!
Corgi & Critters North East Texas Rescue, Inc. (http://www.corgisncritters.org/) is losing their regular foster setup due to changes in employment and there’s about a dozen dogs that need to be placed right now. They’re looking for fosters (and potentially future adopters) in the northeast Texas region. C&CNET will only place fosters that fit into the offered homes, for both the safety of the dogs and the families fostering.
To apply to foster one of these cuties, e-mail bluebb (at) yahoo.com or contact C&CNET here: http://www.corgisncritters.org/get-in-touch.html
You can also follow them on Facebook, here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Corgis-Critters-NET-Rescue-Inc-501c3/337688916301
Look at these adorable corgs, wouldn’t you love to foster one? Or better yet, offer them a furever home? Please, Corgi Addicts, let’s get the word out and help some corgis in need!
Additional info from Corgis & Critters NET:
Sweet Pea is a low key girl, Basset Corgi. She has epilepsy, controlled by medication. 9 yrs old. Crate trained.
Amber loves all dogs and all people. she is 5 yrs old. we really don’t know what mix she is. she is about 30 lbs, she is crate trained
Swiper - Golden-corgi 5 yr old, house trained, crate trained, a true gentleman. He is a lover.
Sillie Millie terrier-corgi mix. crate trained, appears house trained, about 12 lbs and loving. 2 yrs old
Mickey 3 yr male Pembroke, needs daily eyedrops, house trained, crate trained, gets along with others.
Micah, 3 yr old male Pembroke. Awesome awesome awesome. the only thing that he flinches at is if he thinks a person is going to grab him by the scruff.
We have several others who soon be fully vaccinated and temperament assessed, most are Pems. Have three Pem girls who are laid back and easy with even other’s puppies.
We believe Micah and Mickey will soon be placed in forever homes the dogs listed are the easy going dogs that I have. I have a couple more that I wouldn’t ask for a foster due to some of their issues. Mostly they need to be in an only dog home.
If you have adopted from us in the past, if you are another rescue, if you are corgi knowledgeable, and can take even one on a temporary basis, please contact us through a message. We will continue to be careful about our temporary foster homes, so this is not an open door for getting a free dog. I need experienced help.
Tegan the White Corgi aka Fluffy Butt Tegan
Wow. Those white stump hammers.
Our little artiste!
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Last week, some funny readers helped caption this photo. Thanks for all your responses! Here are some of Otis’s favorites:
neligahn answered your post:
LISTEN! …..do you smell something?
wwpjetpacks answered your post:
Yes sidewalk, I will steal his chicken leg.
sonsofsauron answered your post:
"Wait. I hear cheese being unwrapped… about five hundred feet north of here."
crysred answered your post:
They can never understand our love, Sidewalk.
corgisandboobs answered your post:
"The earth warns of a squirrel invasion. To the ships!"
Watching for wildlife while on vacation in Rocky Mountain National Park.
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Excuse us, but we’d like to be on the side with the snacks.
(Jon Farleigh and Dewi with guest appearance by Ya-Ya.)
Hubby worked on his puppy pictures tonight! I’ll be posting a bunch over the next few days (trying not to spam all of you). And, my sister is visiting this weekend so we’re going to go see these cardi puppies again tomorrow! New pictures coming :D
Cardigan puppy butts. Ridiculous
corgis are awesome, ladycorgs are a handful (for some).
and no, round these parts we think ladies named watson are just fine
Here is a picture of Chester shaking after taking a bath. He is not a fan of water so he was glad it was over.
I have a question for owners who’s corgi’s have developed Degenerative Myelopathy. Did any of your Corgi’s have vibrating back legs before things got worse with DM? About a year ago we noticed Chesters back legs would vibrate really rapidly, like they were shivering. The vet said it was likely just his muscles getting older (he is now 13.5 years old). Last night he had some real trouble walking, it was almost like his back end was drunk out of its mind. He was tripping on his own legs and his behind would sort of fall down like his back legs were collapsing. We had him at the vet this morning and he said it could be a number of things (including DM). I was just wondering if the vibrating leg thing was common among Corg’s with DM.
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