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Corgi cattle dog mix

I came across your ad regarding a Corgi dog and couldn't help but call you. I have been looking for a Corgi for a few years now. I've seen them in pet stores, but have not had any luck in acquiring one. I'm not familiar with them and know very little about them. I would really appreciate the opportunity to talk to you further. My cell number is 573-826-0050 if you are interested in more information.

We don't breed Corgis at all, and no one in our area will sell one, for this reason I had not thought of looking in pet stores. Thanks for the info.

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What do you do with her?

If you're going to get a corgi, the way to go about it is to get an experienced breeder who will help you. You're going to have a lot of fun in the meantime with a corgi, but don't let your heart get in the way. As much as they're "cute", most corgis are very hard to keep alive, and you might not be interested in doing that if you're thinking you're going to get a breeder and start taking her to obedience classes.

I think you have the right mindset for a corgi.

There's a really good breeder here in town, but I know you're probably not interested in that route.

We don't breed Corgis at all, and no one in our area will sell one, for this reason I had not thought of looking in pet stores. Thanks for the info.

You asked:

What do you do with her?

If you're going to get a corgi, the way to go about it is to get an experienced breeder who will help you. You're going to have a lot of fun in the meantime with a corgi, but don't let your heart get in the way. As much as they're "cute", most corgis are very hard to keep alive, and you might not be interested in doing that if you're thinking you're going to get a breeder and start taking her to obedience classes.

I think you have the right mindset for a corgi.

There's a really good breeder here in town, but I know you're probably not interested in that route.

We don't breed Corgis at all, and no one in our area will sell one, for this reason I had not thought of looking in pet stores. Thanks for the info.

Thank you for your thoughts. I really don't want a rescue corgi. I know where you are coming from. My first thoughts about a corgi were along the lines of wanting to trn her. After reading so many posts, and people explning why corgis are so hard to keep alive, I'm leaning away from getting her. I think I'll keep looking for a breeder or a corgi friendly pet store. I know I have the time to be patient. I just can't find a pet store that sells a corgi. They don't seem to be in mass production. The one in my town does have some puppies, but I don't think they're corgis. In fact I think they're chihuahuas. In the past 5 or 6 months, they've had one corgi girl and a few corgi boys. I'm not looking for a corgi boy. I like corgi girls.

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Originally Posted by chihuahuahocat

What do you do with her?

If you're going to get a corgi, the way to go about it is to get an experienced breeder who will help you. You're going to have a lot of fun in the meantime with a corgi and I'd be glad to help you.

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Originally Posted by dandruff

I've had 2. I also have a cat, a parakeet, hamsters, goldfish, guinea pigs, turtles and two canaries.

I don't consider that a full set. I'm glad you are doing well and would be thrilled to help you.

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Originally Posted by kj

Do you plan on rescuing her and will you be fostering her for a while or do you think she's too hard to keep alive?

Fostering is nice and I think it's good to foster for a while, but I'd love for you to keep her.

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Originally Posted by dandruff

I don't really have time to think about that just now, but the puppy was born in January and I haven't had the time to do anything with her yet. My parents live with us and we live about a 15 min drive from the breeder.

Dandruff - I hope you decide to keep her. Good luck and let us know how it goes

Thanks all.

dandruff, if I keep her, I will need to have her neutered soon so that I don't have to worry about it in the future. I'm not sure how I feel about neutering an 8-9 week old puppy. It's not that I want to see her lose any more parts (unless I think that's necessary), but I have no idea of how she'll feel when it's all over. So far I have been avoiding her, but now that I have this thread started I'm probably going to see how she does with all the fuss.

kj - I think I'd be ok with fostering her, as I have plenty of free time right now and would love a dog to get to know, but not sure if I'd be able to take good care of her. I have a full time job and a 2 year old kid. I do have a spare room in our apartment, but it's not a safe place for her to live. I think that's the best place for her now.

I still need to think about this. If I keep her, I should probably set up a fostering/trning post on here for her to go to.

I'm still thinking about it too. If I keep her, I'll probably have to have her neutered so she doesn't get into all kinds of trouble and end up getting me in trouble.

I'm going to set up a fostering/trning post soon. It'll be open to every kind of dog. I want a mix of male and female as long as they're healthy. I do prefer not to keep a female because she is way to feminine for me.

There are a lot of females. I know there are two females who are about to be neutered, as they've had it for ages. But a lot of the females are not neutered yet and there are some males.


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