Do you know the difference between a spoiled rotten Corgi and a Corgi who expresses her opinions with style?
And no small amount of charm?
… but sometimes they get squirrely. A firm paw puts impudent toys in their place, and a sharp bark never hurts.
Speaking of squirrels, my yard o’ trees is full of them. I share my acreage with three Koi in a pond, who insist that fish don’t need herding.
I’m partial to squeak toys, tug toys, and totally down with the rubs: back, belly and neck. Take your pick. I’m not hard to please. I’m all about the options! I am a regular Mr. iRub.
I spend my days herding my family outside to play, greeting other dogs at the fence line, picking just the right toy from my box (it’s an art and a science), and reminding the neighbors I’m here.
Yep, still here.
Not going anywhere
They love it.
They love me.
For I am Corgi!
What a cutie!
I love these post. I am blessed to have my first Corgi.