ow sorry to hear about that accident... I'm happy though that the pup is recovering...I don't have one, but my mother-in-law has a 10 year old tri-color Pembroke. She's a great little dog! She can be nippy when she gets anxious, but she came from a pet store at 6 months, so I think that's more to do with socializing and genetics than the breed. The majority of the time she's a sweet happy go lucky pup.
She recently had a slipped disc (I think that's what it's called) and had major back surgery. Her 8 week recovery has been long and mother-in-law has to carry her around and totally support her back end, but she's been a happy dog throughout. I would say to be careful of their backs and jumping, though it's hard to keep them from from jumping around if that's what they want to do.
Enjoy your corgi!
shoot, well I guess I have to invest on a reliable vacuum cleaner indeed lolCorgis are one of the highest shedding breeds. Daily brushing helps. And a good vacuum cleaner. =D
There are a lot of really good foods - although right now some of them such as Taste of the Wild are involved in a recall. You can read more about that here:
But there is also Fromm (which I have fed with good results), Blue Buffalo, Nature's Variety, Orijen, Acana, and many others. There's a fairly good site that can help you choose. A lot of people seem to like it:
I prefer to give treats and food that are free of corn or unspecified meats among other things. Here's a good list of ingredients that can be avoided:
That list might seem pretty long... But I've found that the easiest way to find a good dog treat is to look for a treat with ingredients that I can actually pronounce LOL.
Also, some good, cheap training treats can be as simple as some plain cooked up chicken breast, and when I'm short on cash, I get hot dogs and cut them into tiny pieces. I know hot dogs aren't particularly healthy, but sometimes I can't afford anything else, and one hot dog can last me two or three training sessions if cut up tiny enough. Meat is a very good treat for training.
It looks good too... though I hope they can ship their products too...I do hope it helps. =)
Also, yesterday, I finally found an alternative food for my dogs, as right now they are still eating Taste of the Wild and I'd like to get them off it till the recall blows over. It's called Earthborn, and the ingredients look really good. I think it's a fairly new food, so it might be a little harder to find (only one small pet salon near here carries it), but I'm excited to try it. Here's their website so you can see: