Corgi Connection of Kansas is looking for a loving, slower paced home where nine year-old rescue Effy will get the
extra love and care Corgis deserve.
Her previous owner was elderly and unable to provide more than routine care. She wasn’t very well groomed, but her rescuers got that taken care of — and just look at her now! Effy will be receiving some much-needed dental care in the next few weeks.
She has been in a foster home with three other Corgis; her foster mother reports no issues. Miss Effy is ready to roll … if you’re interested in adopting her, please contact the Corgi Connection of Kansas through their web site.
Corgi On, Effy!
since I last weighed him, but Barry checked in at 37 pounds! (I think 36.8
to be exact). He went through two
obedience classes with the Greater Kansas City Dog Training Club and at
the end of his second class in April (advanced beginner) he received
his Canine Good Citizen certificate from the AKC.”
started agility right around that time, and Barry’s been through three agility
foundations classes. Just last week I got an email from his
instructor that she wants to move him up to Skills and Drills with the
series of classes starting October 9th. This is the class offered for
competition level dogs!”
“We go to Northland Agility, and indoor facility Parkville, Missouri. Our instructor Mickey Rabeneck is one of the top agility trainers and instructors in the midwest. Her
students do very well, as they should; teaching is definitely a forte
about six weeks ago. He can easily do a set of six and on a few
occasions has done a set of 12! He loves chutes, tunnels, the dog walk and
especially the A-frame, and is working the latter two at competition
height. We are working on the teeter hard in class right now. He is
him registered with NADAC and getting his Purebred Alternative Listing
with AKC so we can compete. I’ve spectated at a couple of AKC trials in the
past few weeks and am headed to a NADAC trial in November to
watch. Our goal is completing the first competition in December or
January, either the NADAC trial in Lawrence, Kansas on December 14-16 or
the AKC trial in Lawrence on January 19 and 20.”
go to agility?” and he starts jumping all over. We have class on Tuesday
nights, and practice either at home or at Northland Agility the rest of the week. He’s as spoiled as ever, still does daily walks, and has worked his way
onto the bed with us at night.”
Atta boy, Barry. Atta boy.