I love the Corgi heart love I don’t need a Valentine I have got my dog 365 days a year shirt idea of cafes that promote adoption. I would like to open one for hound breed dogs. My two hounds are loyal and sweet. So many hounds do not have a home and end up in shelters. I agree with the posts saying dogs are being bought cos it’s the fashion. This is not good. They go to unsuitable homes and end up in rescue shelters. All our native breeds are in decline owing to the fashion for foreign dogs. Get a lovable healthy crossbreed from a shelter. In high school, we had a beautiful Pembroke Corgi. People would laugh and say mocking things when we walked her because they were so rare in our area. When she would be in the show ring she would always win unless competing against her brother. Her favorite thing was to ride on my lap right behind the saddle horn as I gave trail rides in the mountains. I’d set her down and she’d bring up the horses in the rear. An awesome little girl. We raised Corgi’s and have loved them for years, My wife and friends got me my present female Corgi ( MEGGIE) as a gift before she passed away 6vyears ago. What a comfort she has been and travels with me pretty well everywhere. Love her companionship. Great dog, friendly loves children, and adults. I grew up with a corgi called Candy.
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She was very cute, although never trained on a lead and pulled when out on a walk so had to Corgi heart love I don’t need a Valentine I have got my dog 365 days a year shirt wear the body harness. As we turned the corner to our road, we could let her lead and she would happily run a few yards to the house and sit and wait until we joined her. A beautiful, good-tempered dog she was.
Paving the way for over breeding and puppy mills. Please instead rescue animals who have been abandoned after the cuteness or the fad has worn off. My sister and I had a Corgi when we were children. Great family dogs. I’m rather ashamed to say she used to get dressed up in dolls clothes including a baby’s bonnet and sat up in our dolls’ pram which she endured with appropriate Welsh stoicism!