A much missed corgi boy (corgi-Australian shepherd mix). He climbed tables, ate bumble bees, herded anything he could find and laughed all the way. Dewey, 1997-2013
Emma says: I have to watch you all the time. Every waking minute. You humans can not be trusted unless I am watching you.
Hey guys, gals, and corgi pals! We’re em-BARK-ing on a new adventure (get it), children’s books!! We’re starting a beginners line of children’s books featuring our Corgi, Harley and her friends! A Kickstarter campaign will be launched in about a month to fund the first 3! We hope you’ll give us a chance and support this awesome journey! :D
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Dexter is 4 months old this week, and after putting all four paws in his food bowl and chewing on my shoes, he’s doing what puppies do best.
3 days left for Corgi parent shirts! We have met the goal so they will definitely be printed, paw-sitively amazing! Please share!
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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