Dreamboat Pem Sir Ralter Wally (that’s “Wally” to you and me) is a regular at the Meadow Lakes Senior Community in East Windsor, where he loves to visit his “Nana” and the other residents.
His Mom Peghi says Wally has a “loving and patient personality, which makes him a wonderful Pet Therapy dog.”
And he’s pretty easy on the eyes, too. (Wait, did I already say that?)
OK, I’m crushin’ … you have to admit, he IS handsome.
Peghi and Wally spend a lot of time together in the woods, where they take long walks, play ball and Wally rolls in the snow.
“Wally and Rob picked each other out. We had planned to get a female, but it was “love at first sight” and Wally spent the next eleven hours in a car with four total strangers.”
“He’s enjoyed riding in the car ever since!”
“Once we found a wounded baby bluejay in the yard, and Wally watched it in awe. He never did try to catch it.”
“Where’s Wally?” On a trip to Tennessee.
Corgi with modern art fountain. Somehow it just works!
Wally in the memorial garden for his “Daddy”, Peghi’s late husband. “Wally misses him terribly. My sister-in-law made the memorial, so it’s really special.”
“I’m telling you, my ears are NOT bigger than that amaryllis.”
“Anybody who has a Corgi can appreciate this pose — we call it “flipping”. When we wake in the morning (and yes, of course he sleeps with me), Wally slithers up to the head of the bed next to me. I’ll ask “are you going to flip?” and 90% of the time he’ll do just that. It kind of depends on what the cats are up to.”
“I even have a really silly song I made up about it for him.”
(Yep, Corgis inspire silly love songs!)
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Welcome to The Daily Corgi, Sir Ralter Wally!
There will always be plenty of noms for you at my place, gorgeous!