Annie is the Cardigan, Mac is the Pembroke, and she is the boss of him.
“I got them three years ago, both within two weeks of each other” says Frank D. “They get along and very rarely disagree over anything. Mac knows Annie is the boss even though he is a bit stronger than her physically”.
Maybe I just let her think she’s boss …
“Mac is the clown, Annie a bit more serious. At five years old, they are very athletic but also enjoy watching TV in the air conditioning during the summer heat, knowing all the commercials that have dogs or cats in them by the musical prelude.”
“The Corgis are so alert to everything that happens here and are the guardians of our rural acreage in North Carolina, whether it’s chasing deer, squirrels, turkeys or foxes from the woods and fields or catching lizards on the rock walls and frogs at the lake.”
“I’ve had Corgis in my life for more than twenty years, every one with slightly different personalities but all in possession of the Corgi charm. I was associated mostly with Pemmies until I got Annie. I was so fortunate to get her. Annie was a show dog with many wins, but the breeder was downsizing and looking for a forever home for her.”
“She can be quite the critic, barking and looking back for concurrence. Annie is extremely vocal and orders up dinner for the both of them with her woo woo voice, while Mac does a pretty good gypsy dance on his back legs while waiting for the food.”
“Mac came from a shelter where he was surrendered because his owners could not afford to care for him any longer. My sister performed spay and neuter services at the shelter, and Mac wasn’t there for long.”
“These two live life to the fullest, providing many laughs and loving snugs to all lucky enough to know them.”
“I want to thank you, for your blog is always a bright spot in my day that I share with many others. Your love and devotion to the breed has given me a cosmic connection with you as I am sure others have also.”
I get back as much as I give, Frank. Corgi On!