JR Dressage Queen
- Nov 15, 2007
proudly owned by a 1 yr old female pembroke
there are two types of corgis, the type without the tail (like Queen Elizabeth's), which are the Pembroke Welsh Corgis, and then there is theI don't know the difference between Corgis, but my massage therapist, also my friend, has a Basset and a Corgi. He has a thick coat and is brindle color. He's a sweetheart. It's the first Corgi I've gotten to know and he's wonderful. I think she may have said "Welsh Corgi"--could that be right?
Your JRT, Lucy, looks like my JRT, Jimmy Cagney. Is she a lemon/white color? Too bad Jimmy's neutered!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Here are my two:
Duncan - Tri Color male and Chloe - Red and White female
I also have a Jack Russell Terrier named Lucy
As you can probably guess by the dogs, I'm a horse person too. I've got a 3 year old Swedish Warmblood filly named Inspired Gem.
there are two types of corgis, the type without the tail (like Queen Elizabeth's), which are the Pembroke Welsh Corgis, and then there is the
Cardigan Welsh Corgi, the kind with the tail. I am owned by one of these sweet creatures, her name is Polar and she is a certified therapy dog. Polar loves visiting the residents at local nursing homes, she always manages to brighten their day.
Cardigans are bigger, stockier, than Pembrokes usually, and have a (generally) more laid back temperment than Pems.
Here is a link to Polar's breeder's website, she is the second girl down on the page:
I am so blessed to have Polar, she is truly magical. I am also owned by one Shetland Sheepdog named Dusty