We have many corgis, most with jobs or pastimes of one sort or another, but Strider is our best couch potato. A lovely old fellow now 16 years old, he is the most senior of the bunch.
Goldie, now 12, at one time placed first in a container searching contest put on by a professional nosework training group. Goldie is easygoing, can mingle with other dogs, but is also comfortable with just her own company.
Charlie is our ninth corgi. He has no off-button, this perpetual motion boy. He shares his life with a brown tiger named Ivy who ignores his crazy barking and running. They are great siblings.
Cooper is a therapy dog. We visit the wounded Marine recruits on Parris Island and residents of Springer, a retirement community.
Beaufort , SC
Widget is my third Corgi. I just love the breed! He loves to play fetch, herd the chickens and goats, and find eggs hidden by the hens. I just love him.
Someone threw a puppy over my fence, then ran. It was Windy, a little corgi mix with a fluffy corkscrew tail. She landed in a good place and we love her. Named her Windy because she flew in over the fence. She is a very independent princess.
Lucy and Linus
Lucy’s and Linus’s personalities are true to their Peanuts characters. Lucy is the bossy one with the black hair, and Linus is the laid back brother who loves his blanket.
Jack Jack is a fluffy tri color corgi who loves food, walks in the woods, food, pets (on his terms), and food. Jack lives in Torrington, CT with his family that includes his half sister, Violet and two black cats.
This is my grand-corgi, Rudy. He spent his first few years in NYC. Now, his mom and dad have a lovely house and yard in beautiful NH where he can be closer to his grand-humans. Here he is, smiling, knowing his good fortune.
Bertie & Mey
They are brother and sister and are 3 1/2 in this photo.