Pembroke cousins Max and Elsie are as different as night and day, but they wouldn’t know what to do without one another. Their toddler-like energy keeps things pretty lively in the Michigan home of Mary N. and her hubby.
They are opposites who complement one another.
Attention loving Elsie will go to anyone or anything, but Max holds back until he’s sure, and is selective about who he lets touch him. Two year-old Elsie is the vivacious talker and singer, while three year-old Max “huffs” when spoken to. She adores her stuffed animal “babies”, he goes Mr. Destructo on them.
Elsie initiates most of the hijinx.
She gives resident cat Cali the business, which means chasing her back over the baby gate separating her half of the house. A headstrong Corgi who grabs and chews anything within reach, Mom and Dad have to keep things safely out of the way. Elsie once hauled a 10-pound bag of potatoes from the pantry (one by one!) and relocated them to the den, where she and Max promptly tucked into them.
From pupper size, Max (a.k.a. “Tank”) has grown to thirty-six pounds of lap-loving dog. He is one handsome beast with the most soulful eyes.
At 13 weeks.
“Sissy” Elsie more than holds her own. Look at that profile. Sweetness.
This dynamic duo proves that Corgis are like Lays chips: it’s hard to stop at just one.
(Note how many entries feature at least two Corgis!)
Twice the fun, twice the love, twice the laughter, twice the joy.
Who can argue with that?
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CORGIS SEMPER FI!