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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My poor corgi girl is missing her daddy (Air Force and has been gone for a year)! She has been sleeping in his spot/on his pillows since he left!
This is Cooper, he’s my silly corg mix!
I took the dogs to a local park today. I let Fidet go off the leash for a bit, and she was super happy about that and rolled around in the grass and made a mess out of herself. Only there for like 20-30 minutes because it’s so sticky-nasty-hot in North Carolina. Yuck.
Fidet, 7 year old rescued Pembroke Welsh Corgi.
Lola, 15 year old rescued Corgi/Dachshund/JRT mix.
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Submitted by Compton the husky corgi mix: @myhuskycorgi on Tumblr & Instagram
flynn, the zany half-corgi, posing for tongue out tuesday (submitted by gr8ful-dad)
This is Petey! He’s a mix of half Corgi, quarter Black Lab, and quarter Springer Spaniel. He loves to hang out with his sister Kinka (though her non-corgi legs make games of tag rather unfair).
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Hector Half-Corg, rolling in a field of dandelions!
Sydney the Borgi. Part Corgi, part Border Collie, 100% herding dog, 99% goofy.
The beast, proudly showing off his new walking harness. Makes walking MUCH easier for the old guy!
Enjoying the nice weather on a walk with Mom. Spring is here!
I got some cool macro filters for my camera so I took some close up pictures of Chester aka Mr. Big Brown Eyes aka Mr. Big Ears aka Mr. Happy. I lied to him and told him there was dog outside in order to get him up to the window so there would be enough light. You can see the reflection of the window and the outdoors in his eye. Needless to say he was unimpressed with my new lense filters and my questionable tactics in order to get this photo.
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Casey’s smile makes the world a better place
This is Daisy Petunia, half Corgi half American Eskimo and completely awesome.