When Dover Lin joined Sharon F.’s family, her Cardigan tail looked strange. Perfectly normal for a Cardi, of course, but for a family used to a tail-less Pem, getting used to that question-mark curled posterior plumage took some time.
“We were at Niagara Falls when we found out that Chewy, our Pem, was seriously ill. After losing him, Dover became our angel dog! Her name comes from Dover, England and the Welsh word for waterfall, lin.”
“I never thought I could love a dog as much as I loved Chewy, but then we got Dover and we love her just as much, if not more. Our three year-old Cardi is so cute, funny, and playful; she cheers up every single day for us. Dover Lin is always the dog of my day, but it would be nice if she could add a little happiness to other peoples’ days too.”
“I am working with Kiara O. and Evie The Tooth Fairy on the Smiles For Corgis fundraiser, frantically knitting items to put up for auction (a pawprint blanket, Corgi hats, doggie doorbells for asking to go out to potty — which Dover has perfected and does sooooo well).”
I just love hearing about the success stories from CorgiAid, CorgiPals and the Corgi Connection of Kansas and am so happy to be able to help our favorite furry friends. I wish we could save all of them!”
Me too, Sharon! Not just Corgis, but all the deserving dogs everywhere.
Molly The Wally says
Lovely Dover. We so enjoy meeting all the Corgis. My corgi post is the most popular I have ever done and it is still at number 1. Show just how great the corgi owner is. Happy Tuesday to you all.
Best wishes Molly
what a face! I think it would be impossible to ever say no to that face
Dover Lin looks a lot like my Tessa, who is strong yet gentle. She lives with two Pembroke boys who fully respect her, though she's junior. Dover looks like a sweetheart!