Since little Enzo arrived, he and Otto have become the best of friends. “I wasn’t sure my senior Pembroke would like him” writes Tammy W.
She needn’t have worried. These two have bonded like brothers!
“He’s even brought back a bit of Otto’s youth.” Ahhhh, two pairs of puppy peepers — irresistible!
All in a day’s work for a frisky young Cardigan Welsh Corgi. “Enzo has been such an easy puppy to train, sometimes I am amazed how smart he is. He’s quite the character and has brought so much joy to our family.”
“About six months ago, I was talking to my sister about getting a new puppy when she suggested I look for a Cardigan. I’d never seen one, but when I spotted Cardigan Welsh Corgis Gwen and Saphira on facebook I knew I had to find one of my own. A friend with connections in the show dog world put me in touch with a friend who breeds Cardigans, and as luck would have it, she had a recent litter. When I saw Enzo’s picture, it was instant love.”
“My son and I drove the three hours to Kansas. and when I saw Enzo’s face at the end of our journey, my heart melted. He was such a good boy on the ride home, sitting in his tiny kennel just staring out at us.”
“Enzo’s littermate lives nearby. His Mommy and I talk about how both the puppies are very vocal. Sometimes it almost sounds like he’s trying to talk. Enzo loves to play with his squeaky tennis balls. When he can’t get one of us to play catch with him, he holds one tennis ball in his mouth and finds another to kick around the house, soccer style. It’s the funniest thing to watch.”
Snow. Best thing EVER?!
“Enzo likes to get on the dishwasher if we walk away and leave it open.”
“He can be stubborn on a walk. He just stops and then starts again when he decides he’s ready.”
“Enzo loves to cuddle. When I’ve had a stressful day, all I have to do is look at his sweet little face for all the cares of the day to simply melt away.”