Ages five and six respectively, Pembroke Welsh Corgis Indy and Panzer play fight all the time, but at the end of the day they’re best friends. Says Keary M. of her low riders: “Sometimes I can even catch them kissing each other. They’re so full of love and happiness that it is impossible to have a bad time around them.”
“Panzer is the squirrel catcher and Indy the duck hunter, although I think both would rather be friends than foe with whatever they could catch. They love to swim and fetch sticks when we’re out hiking and exploring. They’ll take a long walk on a trail over a short walk around the block any day.”
“These two love to play ball and will often bring me one to throw. They know what to grab if I say “go get your ball!” and always enjoy a vigorous game of tug-of-war.”
“They both know a ton of tricks, beg and speak between themselves. My Corgis know where I move the treats, and more words than I realize. Panzer is too smart for her own good and Indy is my little shadow. He never strays far from Mom, and Panzer listens almost as well. Unless there might be squirrels around!”
“Panzer tends to stay vigilant as the window watcher. They’ll bark at passersby but wag their nubs and hope for a pet.”
“No matter where they are in the house they know the sound of the treat box or bag being opened and they come running! It seems like they’ve always been well behaved but of course they’ve had their moments. Panzer was sprayed by a skunk, and Indy has taken too many leaps off high ledges! He must not realize how short his legs are.”
“People ask me all the time how I tell them apart. Isn’t it obvious?”
“Panzer has more personality than most people I’ve met. Indy will do anything for a belly rub. If you approach him, most of the time he just rolls over. Panzer loves a good Nylabone, Indy loves to dig into a stuffed toy with a squeaker. They usually last about a day. These two know they can sit by me for a few seconds and I’ll have to pet them.”
“As soon as my alarm clock goes off in the morning they’re usually in my face telling me to get up, even though I don’t let them on the bed.”
No dogs on the bed, eh? Then again, Corgis aren’t just dogs …
… they’re CORGIS!
I have never had a dog that has as much personality wrapped up in a little, short-legged package. I have had Guinness almost two months and he is my shadow. I walk from one side of the room to the other and he is there! I just MIGHT do something fun! Will never have a different breed of dog! Panzer and Indy and all their kin: Corgi on!
Handsome dogs! Look like a ton of fun, too.I have two, and I am sure each would be lonely without the other
Andrea Orlando says
Love them already! I have two corgis as well (Daisy and Lilly from the same liter) and it's so amazing to watch them interact. They too will play fight, but then lick each other all over and cuddle. Not only are they best friends and sisters, but amazing with their new human sister. Watching my 3 girls interact is a gift every day.
Your pups are beautiful. I have two, Oliver and Nicholas. They are stately gentlemen of nine years of age. Their personalities are as different as day and night. However, they don't just play fight. They really fight. I was told that it is because they are litter mates. There's no love like Corgi love. Thanks for sharing. Corgi On!!!!
What a darling pair !
Wow, they are the best. You must love them alot, as they love you.
Everyday must be fun for them! Now I only have one puppy who is 4 months, but I am thinking of having another one for him.