At her house, Tegan is either the family security officer, with a very loud bark announcing potential intruders …
… or she is fast asleep.
“She has a ton of energy, but ironically does not like to get out of bed in the morning” writes Mom Susan S. “As my boyfriend says, Tegan is not a morning Corgi. She’ll try to go back to bed after breakfast instead of going outside to use the bathroom, and often requires serious encouragement even to get up to have breakfast.”
First day home: pooped out! “We bolstered her with pillows because we didn’t want her to roll off the couch.”
“Tegan is nearly two, and we’ve been lucky enough to have her with us since she was 11 weeks old. I’d wanted a Corgi for so long and was able to get Tegan from a breeder locally here in the Bay Area.”
“She is a happy, sweet little girl who is absolutely excited to meet everyone and loves people and other dogs — particularly other Corgis. I know it sounds weird, but I’m pretty sure she knows they’re Corgis too, and in groups of dogs she always focuses on them.”
“Last October, on her first birthday, she passed her Herding Instinct Test, sponsored by the Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club. She had a great time learning to herd the sheep and playing with about 30 other Corgis that day. Like all Corgis, anything involving treat-based training is FUN”
“Tegan goes to daycare while her Dad and I are at work, and she loves to play in the splash pool and run around with the other little dogs. Her obsession is playing fetch, and she will work her way through her various fetch toys during the day.”
“She thoroughly enjoys going for her walks and to the huge dog park by the beach.”
“We are absolutely in love with Tegan!”
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Tegan, you are TOPS!
Welcome to The Daily Corgi!