Jun 7, 2012 by DailyPuppyCharm
Teddy's mom says: After years of talking about getting a puppy and months of research, we saw Wally and Charlie on the Daily Puppy and fell in love with the Pembroke Welsh Corgi! We found a great breeder in Pennsylvania and brought the little guy home as soon as we could. It was the best car ride ever as he snuggled with his new mommy all the way home. Teddy is very smart, sweet, and basically a fuzzy little ball of joy and love. He was housebroken in a couple of weeks and knows the names of all his squeaky toys. He enjoys walks along the Hudson River and wresting with his puppy pals, who are all bigger than he is. Just don't tell our Little Man he's small!
Several months after our corgi Tod passed we decided to add a tri Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppy to our family. We named him Miles. He is very outgoing, confident and sweet. What a ball of energy he is! I know I'll be doubling my daily walks!
Buzi's name means kiss and it's easy to find her on the giving or receiving end of one. She's grown into her ears, but her corgi pants just get fluffier and fluffier. If she's not napping, she's frapping, and if she's not doing either of those, she's hunting for treats. She loves making new friends and everyone who meets her thinks she's extraordinarily cute.
Cooper is named after our previously owned Mini Cooper. Like his namesake, he is a little short and stocky, but supercharged at heart; he is quick around the corners and always ready for a trip around the block. Unlike the car, he is cute and cuddly and, true to his corgi nature, enjoys herding small children. Good thing there are no kids in the house.
Chewie came into our lives four months ago, bouncing out of her tiny pet carrier and into our arms (Literally--I will never forget that moment!). Named after Chewbacca, she follows suit as being fuzzy, gentle, extremely loyal and super silly. She is also a pro at killing toys. Her smart antics crack us up all the time. In the end, we can't imagine a life without this little sausage as our sidekick.
We adopted Arya when she was about 10 weeks old, and already she has energy in abundance! First thing every morning we go for a walk before breakfast. She loves picking up pine cones, sticks, leaves, pretty much anything she can get in her mouth. Since the day we brought her into our lives, she has followed her big "brother" around copying everything he does. Ronin absolutely adores her, and so do we! We look forward to the many years of laughter and happiness she will bring into our lives.
Norton may be the best little dog around. He has a big smile and is happy to meet and make friends with dogs and people alike. Norton really enjoys playing ball. Most of all he loves going to the dog park and having fun playing tag with all the other dogs. A nice long walk at the shore or in the parks where he can say hello to kids and puppies makes his day.
Noodle is beyond attentive. She is interested in every activity in the house and will get very upset when there are two interesting activities in two different rooms! She smiles when she's happy and sulks when she's sad. She loves to lick faces and feet, the latter being much easier to do in the summer months. She loves to swim and she uses her fuzzy butt as a rudder. But most of all, Noodle loves to play.
Max is an absolute sweetie. He loves everyone and everything, is generally good about chewing on things he's not supposed to, and has a very scary amount of energy. When he goes to play with his best friend, Mav, a yellow Labrador his age, Mav always always runs out of energy long before Max is done playing. Max loves the dog park and will play with both big dogs and small dogs equally well. His tendency to get as dirty as possible is adorable, but occasionally difficult, as he's very good at it. His feline brothers still have not become his friends (as he so very much desires) but they are now co-existing, which is much improved. One of his cats will sit on the baby gate and growl to get Max's attention, just so that he can smack Max when he comes over to investigate. Max, however, thinks that this is marvelous, as it means the cat wants to play. Overall, he's my darling Stubby Buddy, and I love him even when he's having teenager days.
Lola is a happy-go-lucky Pembroke Welsh Corgi. She came to my house after being at the Humane Society at only five months old. When she was one year old, she became a certified therapy dog and visits nursing homes and hospitals five to six times a month. Lola loves everyone and wants them to be her friend. She spends a lot of time playing with her big sister, Sasha, and going to the park to play with other dogs. I love Lola a lot and can't imagine life without her!