Lesa H. loves her “perfect little Corgis” like a “dork”. Hard to resist all THIS year and-a-half old cuteness, isn’t it?
“Sammie and Tallie are sisters, but they’re worlds apart personality wise. Sammie is more outgoing and excited, but she’s the first one to be scared or snuggle. Tassie seems more timid, but she is stubborn and doesn’t scare easily. She’s very possessive and will lick your face off if you let her.”
“They both act like they’re starving all the time. Of course they love squirrels or kitties or any animal/bird you call a kitty or a squirrel! They’re kennel trained and they love their kennels so much that if I leave them in the house they go to their kennels … it amazes me.”
“They sleep with me every night — all through the night and sleep late on the weekends! Sammy loves to play with her toys, and Tallie likes to chew hers to shreds. Tallie can eat a rawhide bone in one night and will go off alone to do it. Sammie could care less about a bone if there’s something else to do. I love to put them in overdrive by saying youwanagobyebyegoforaridesquirrelkittychickentreatgonitenite all in one breath and see their ears twitching every which way!”
“I had a Corgi growing up: Tiffey was “my” dog. She lived until she was 14 and was extremely special. I never thought another dog could ever take her place. After I had older children I got Tassie Girl, who only lived to 10 (damn lymphoma!) before passing away in December of 2010.”
“As special as I thought Tiffey was, Tassie was ten times more special. She was a precious Corgi who I believe loved me and my family as much as any dog ever could, and we loved her as much in return. It’s not only the love you have for your Corgis that make them so special, it’s how loved they also make you feel.”
They are both so adorable!