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Old 02-13-2012, 03:10 PM   #21
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You've probably all heard it, but...

Wanna find out who loves you more...your dog or your wife?

Locked them both in the trunk of your car overnight.

When you open the trunk the next morning, only one of them will be happy to see you.

(the other one will only want to kill you)
It don't even take locking her in the trunk.

If I don't read her mind is enough most days...
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Doing what you're doing now - locate a good reputable breeder is probably the most important thing to do. Get a few books (I can PM you a few titles if you want) on them to familiarize yourself with the breed's traits. Sounds like you've had dogs before - I'd never recommend a Corgi to someone who hasn't ever owned a dog. As a working breed they are pretty strong willed so you need to know how to take control before they do.
Thanks for the info.

I've had dogs all my life. We were a foster home for Beagle rescue for some years and I'm very adept at establishing alpha presence and all the nuances of multi-dog relationships and the like. We took some of the tougher Beagles and brought them to adoptable condition.

Corgi's seem to be somewhat even tempered, smart, not too big and not too small...yet solid overall companions - and we like the look.

Aside from statistical items and slight size difference, is there much difference between the welsh and the cardigan?
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Thanks for the info.

I've had dogs all my life. We were a foster home for Beagle rescue for some years and I'm very adept at establishing alpha presence and all the nuances of multi-dog relationships and the like. We took some of the tougher Beagles and brought them to adoptable condition.

Corgi's seem to be somewhat even tempered, smart, not too big and not too small...yet solid overall companions - and we like the look.

Aside from statistical items and slight size difference, is there much difference between the welsh and the cardigan?


If you have tamed Beagles, then you are good to go with darn near any dog
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This is our yellow lab. She was a rescue from Louisiana, she barks with a southern accent. Her name is Mya also

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My German Shorthair pointer Heiko. RIP buddy.
What a beautiful dog !
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I don't know if this link works as the last time I did this I had no luck at all in doing so . We have two Australian Cattle dogs and they are our children since we have none . They have the run of our home and life LOL . They are very well behaved and also very pampered . They are extremely intelligent and both are very avid TV watchers and listeners . As soon as they hear a jingle for a commercial that has an animal in it they are making a beeline for the TV as they recognize the music instantly . The 2 that we have are called Mattie & Mya...although I spelled it wrong in some captions . They would play all day if somebody was willing...endless energy for this breed .


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Speaking of Beagles.

Ours used to like to dig in the flower beds.

Solution...bury a mouse trap in one.

I didn't hear it go off, but I only had to do it once.
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Cool lookin' dogs, Playedout!
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If you have tamed Beagles, then you are good to go with darn near any dog
I would have to agree.
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WTF? Beagles rule!

(they also shed)

Who knew?

not me.
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Those look like incredibly intelligent dogs. I'd be scared to take an IQ test next to one.
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LOL...I would say that you are a pretty well read chap and could hold your end of a conversation with almost anybody !

Do a search on Skidboot on Google...it is an awesome video of a great Australian Cattle Dog .

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WTF? Beagles rule!

(they also shed)

Who knew?

not me.
Nope, nothing wrong with Beagles but the ones I've known have been pretty strong willed animals. IMO if you can handle a Beagle you can pretty much deal with any breed.
It was a compliment Mr. Richards - you can sit back down now.
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Nope, nothing wrong with Beagles but the ones I've known have been pretty strong willed animals. IMO if you can handle a Beagle you can pretty much deal with any breed.
It was a compliment Mr. Richards - you can sit back down now.

thanks for clearing that up
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LOL...I would say that you are a pretty well read chap and could hold your end of a conversation with almost anybody !

Do a search on Skidboot on Google...it is an awesome video of a great Australian Cattle Dog .
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Nope, nothing wrong with Beagles but the ones I've known have been pretty strong willed animals. IMO if you can handle a Beagle you can pretty much deal with any breed.
It was a compliment Mr. Richards - you can sit back down now.
Mine's pretty well trained, but I've noticed now that he's getting older I have to tell him to do stuff twice sometimes.
Maybe he's lost some hearing?
Sometimes I'll tell him to go lay down, and he'll stare strait ahead, like he's intentionally ignoring me!
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AHHH, you DO feel at home on PT
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Mine's pretty well trained, but I've noticed now that he's getting older I have to tell him to do stuff twice sometimes.
Maybe he's lost some hearing?
Sometimes I'll tell him to go lay down, and he'll stare strait ahead, like he's intentionally ignoring me!
Sounds like my wife's description of me.
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