Some inspiration is well received
I am quite frequently asked for Corgi advice on the Three Corgis. It could anything from breeders to shedding, and boy do they like to shed. No home should be without a Furminator. If you do not have one, get one. They are amazing.
Back to point! I am pretty good at helping people out, so I am inspired to start a somewhat of an advice column. I will do my best to answer questions as they come in.
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Corgi advice NUMBER 1 : “Should I get a Corgi?”
There are few things about these lovey guys. Pros: Great indoor dogs. Great with kids. Do not need a lot of physical stimulation. Fairly healthy. Long life. Medium sized. Very smart. Cons: They are high shedders. They are way too smart for their own good sometimes. They tend to get fat. They bark a lot, at times.
So, the question is, “Is a Corgi for you?” If you want a dog that is just a toy for your children, the answer is “No.” However, if you want a family member that participates in your life, then “Yes.” Corgis are pushy, fun, expressive, loving, yet assertive, strong willed, loyal. They are a part of your family, and need to be treated as such. I do, however, stress that there is some form of disciplined diet and exercise. They love to lounge and beg. Once they start gaining weight, it is difficult to get it off. I stress diet.
Check out the lazy bones laying around the house…
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