Sharon H. of San Antonio, Texas is one PROUD Corgi Mom!
“Bear and Sweet P are our second “set” of Corgis” she writes. “We like them in multiples! Our first set, Clint and Sammy-Girl, blessed us for 13 years, travelling the globe with our military family. When we sadly lost our little angels within a year of each other, it didn’t take us long to realize that life without Corgis just wasn’t the same. There was a big void!”
“We were blessed to find Bear through North Texas Corgi Rescue. It was like love at first sight when Bear saw my husband Robert. He ran right to him, they played and wrestled, and we took Bear home right there and then!”
“Surprisingly, Bear is more of a mama’s boy … which his Mama LOVES!”
“He is quite a character. An adorable, loving, funny character! Bear loves to play tug and fetch, and chase the hose or sprinkler. He’s also our protector from all things noisy, like vacuums and lawn mowers.”
On the way to Grandma’s and Grandpa’s place … Bear enjoys the open road!
“Our boy has been a wonderful big brother to Sweet P.”
“We got Sweet P as an eight week-old from a “breeder”, but it was more like we paid to rescue her! She was in a barn with her mother, her five litter mates, a sheep and a cow — in March! She had ten ticks on her tiny body! But Sweet P thrived once we got her home.”
“She was a joy and still is. Sweet P was truly the perfect puppy. With the exception of a couple, REALLY only a couple of accidents and a few chewed baseboards, she was the easiest puppy ever!”
“I think her big brother Bear did a great job showing her the ropes, and Sweet P LOVES him.”
“They make quite a pair!”
“Our two are typical Corgis: social, sensitive, smart, funny love bugs! They give us endless hours of love and amusement. Their individual personalities really complement each other. Bear is every bit a boy, and Sweet P is a petite princess (with a very bossy side).”
“We believe that Bear either has ESP or super-sensitive hearing. Any time we turn on a ceiling fan or a Kindle, or even plug in the blow dryer, he runs, barks and spins in circles like a crazy dog, while Sweet P just stands there and looks at him. It is funny!
“They love their walks. Even when the word “walk” is used out of context, their ears perk right up.”
“I am most proud of Bear and Sweet P, as they have become excellent canine citizens! When we moved from Dallas to San Antonio, we became very involved with the city’s Animal Care Services.”
Bear with foster Eli …
“We’ve had a steady stream of foster dogs since we began bringing them home in February, and our two are VERY tolerant of the constant flow of new dogs in and out of the house.”
Sweet P with fosters Rascal and Midge …
“I genuinely believe they’ve have been instrumental in helping these less fortunate dogs become socialized, obedient, and well-adjusted.”
“It’s a delight to watch!”
Bear shows Leo the finer points of attacking a stuffie …
“Bear is the leader of the pack. He shows them the ropes of squirrel and cat chasing in the backyard.”
“He and Sweet P share their toys without much fuss, and more importantly they share Mama and Daddy, so we can give love to all the doggies.”
“When everyone is gone, however, Bear and Sweet P make it clear that it’s THEIR turn to have all of our attention, and we couldn’t be happier to give it.”
“We are so proud of them!”
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Welcome to The Daily Corgi, Bear and Sweet P!
You guys are SO cool!
What lucky dogs….and lucky owners. Thanks for the smile as I have my morning coffee. My first Corgi puppy is 4 weeks old now and I am waiting for her to come home. These kinds of stories make the wait almost unbearable. 😉
Wonderful story. What a great way to start the day, reading about so much hope given…