Close Encounters of the Watermelon Kind - The GIF!
Sweet, silly Jazz.
Fluffy space alien corgis have landed in my yard? Really? They won’t take my toys, will they? I still get dinner soon, right??
Frankie feels the summer heat even after getting a summer haircut. So, he heads outside and into his pool to keep chill. Check out the shakes and ear floppies and he plays.
Drop a comment about any questions you might have for Frankie! He might answer them in an upcoming video.
Submitted by Daniel Vedamuthu and Frankie the Fluffy Corgi.
Sophie and Freya here wanted to ask some real serious corgi lovers if they could vote for them in a contest for our local news station in NM!!
If you click the picture you can really help them out and you don’t have to sign up or anything! It only takes a minute! You can also click here!!!
(They don’t really know what a contest is but I promised them all the treats if they win so….)
Tegan the White Corgi aka Fluffy Butt Tegan
Wow. Those white stump hammers.
Excuse us, but we’d like to be on the side with the snacks.
(Jon Farleigh and Dewi with guest appearance by Ya-Ya.)
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.
Submitted by Scott