Twelve and a half year-old Tri Pem Clover is still spry enough to more than hold her own in Frisbee frolics. Word is she has some serious disc catching talent in her lineage. She has an independent spirit and will often do the opposite of what her folks expect. Clover is a sweetheart but mostly prefers to keep to herself.
Southern gentleman Farley is a seven year-old Cardigan with the typical clown-like Corgi disposition and a singular coat of colors. He does his best to keep up with still-quick Clover during Frisbee games, but really excels in demonstrating the Art of Lounging on the overstuffed furniture. Note that fine form! Farley has been known to let out extraordinarily long howls, particularly when greeting a visitor.
Eight year-old Pem Mia is Clover’s first niece. A small dog (twenty pounds), Mia has adjusted to life in the home after having known a different kind of life at the kennel. She’s smart and sly (see it in her face?) but sometimes needs the solace of her comforting “happy suit” when troubled by thunder, fireworks or flashing lights. I’m sure the extra TLC from Mom and Dad doesn’t hurt, either.
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Matt and Kristine got their first Corgi, Winslow, in 1995. As their first pet and Corgi, he captivated them and captured their hearts. His premature passing at the age of six was a difficult loss, but the memory of this sweet and gentle boy lives on.
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Welcome to The Daily Corgi, guys and remember …
CORGIS SEMPER FI!