• It’s not just about the dog itself, but the relationship you have with it!

  • Dedicated to Bart, who had the Most Beautiful Tail

    It's very simple. Dogs and cats and other talented animals have tails; their tails, with their thousands of flourishes, provide them with a wonderfully complex language of arabesques, not only for what they think and feel and suffer, but for every mood and vibration in their feeling tone. We have no tails, and since the more lively among us need some form of expression, we make ourselves paintbrushes and pianos and violins..." _Hermann Hesse
  • Denali – Queen of our Pack

    C-Myste Denali RAE3,CGC (a.k.a. Wild Woman!)

  • Kenai – Our First Cardi

    Trust 'n Luck Keep an Eye Out (The Funniest Dog in the World)

  • Elbee – Our Teeny Pembroke Princess 1998-2010

    Bridgecreeks Little Bit, CGC

  • Sage – Our Perpetual Puppy!

    C-Myste Baledwr Redwood Sunrise RN

  • Quimby-Sweet Spirit

    Toreth Spirit in the Sky BN, CD, RAE, CGC

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Never Work Alone – When Corgis are in Residence!

A Sunday Project – Building a Ramp for our Senior Dog, Bart

Bart is 16 years old. He’s our senior Cardi/Aussie mix who is now having a bit of trouble negotiating stairs.  Nevertheless, he’s still the canine pack leader and does a good job watching over his two “girls,” not to mention the humans in the household. 
Bart is our “first dog.” Joining us in 1997 as a rescue, many thought that 5-year-old Bart was “too old” to adopt at that time – ha! Guess he showed them by living to a ripe old age, as many corgis are these days! 
By showing us just what a wonderful companion a rescue dog can be, Bart inspired the formation of ForPaws Corgi Rescue. He has literally saved “hundreds” of lives!

Here’s Moe, building a porch ramp for Bart, to span the steps. Working in peaceful solitude…but oops…those are Cardigan Ears. Nothing gets past Denali!

Corgis are nothing if not curious!

Every construction project needs a supervisor…or at least an audience.

Now that sister, Elbee, is finished touring the backyard, she’s here to perform the foreman duties. OK, that’s close enough to that saw young lady. (See small dog get whisked into house!)
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