Two year-old Ein lives in Kansas with David, Jacquie, Danielle H. and ‘sister’ Miki, a half-Corgi, half-blue heeler mix. “He’s the light of our lives” writes Jacquie, “and we’re sure if Ein could talk he’d tell us a thing or two. He has such a personality!”
“We don’t know what we would have done without him” writes Jacquie. “Oy has the bigest happy smile when we get home at night, and we can’t help but smile back. He’s an emotional cleanser for all of us.”
“Oy is very smart. He can do many tricks and figures things out quickly.”
“Poppi (my husband) is his favorite. David loves him back every bit as much. He took Oy out on the big truck (eighteen wheeler) everyday when he was a puppy. Now he just stays home and runs in the backyard. “
“With Miki around he is geting so much exercise. He acts puppyish, just like her. I’d tell tell anyone — get another dog to keep the first dog company.”
“We’re still in contact with his Oy’s mom and dad’s family. They used to call him Speedy because he used to be the first for walking, eating and everything else. We named him Oy after the canine/raccoon character in Stephen King’s Dark Tower books, who defended his master until the end.”
“Oy adores the snow, water, and baths. If it has to do with water, he is there!”
“Oy has a smile all the time. We love him so much.”
Looks like Santa Paws geta a big Corgi grin too!
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Welcome to The Daily Corgi, Oy!
You’re a shining example of Corgi Power!