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Corgi #7865046 06/09/20 04:59 AM
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Ok maybe not a hunting dog but does anyone recommend a breeder for corgi pups?

Re: Corgi [Re: USMC89] #7865246 06/09/20 02:01 PM
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I checked to see if the breeder we bought our corgi from is still around, but can't find any info on them - sorry. Good luck in your search. I will say that our male corgi is perhaps the best dog I've ever owned. He is smart, sweet, energetic, but not overly so, minds well, and will not roam. Unfortunately, he is getting old and as can happen with corgis (and other breeds) he has developed the progressive signs of Degenerative Myelopathy. It is fatal and no cure, so eventually we'll have to make a hard decision on an otherwise healthy dog. He'll be a hard one to lose.


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