When Brenda spied Einstein as a giveaway on Craigslist, she knew right away he was going through a gawky stage and just needed TLC.
“After experience with two Corgis before him, I knew that with a better diet and lots of love, Ein would be gorgeous. When a beloved pet passes over the Rainbow Bridge, you think you just don’t have the heart to do it again, but when I saw his face staring at me, I knew Ein was special and destined to be mine.”
“At four years old, he’s blossomed into the best Corgi yet. I realize not everyone loves Corgis the way I do, but Einstein’s a gem.”
“He’s fast, bright and needs an agility course of his own! Ein’s favorite sport is catching ball. Like most Corgis, he’s very active and needs plenty of walks, runs and ball games. When the weather is bad, I throw the ball up and down the steps to keep us both in shape.”
The change of season to cooler weather has re-charged Ein. He’s a GO CORGI, always full speed but now even faster. That’s grass in his mouth from catching the ball.”
“He loves everyone except the Australian Shepherd up the street. They have some kind of dog squabble going on.”
“Einstein has a great spirit and his face says it all. He’s my buddy, and the way he smiles at me I think he knows it.”
“He’s my crown jewel for certain!”
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Ein, you are some kind of extra wonderful-ness.
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What a dog!
Nancy P. says
Nia would have a blast with Ein. The pictures of Ein with grass in his mouth is a familiar site here. What a gorgeous, funny boy!
Ein is just precious. I wonder what it is about corgis and Australian Shepherds…we have two Australian Shepherds at our end of the court and Noodles isn't a huge fan of them. They are both rather arfy and they nip at his ears (which he obviously doesn't like).