Pembroke Welsh Corgi Questions

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Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Pembroke Welsh Corgi Questions

A Visitor asked the following question on 3/1/2005
Thank you for taking the time to read about my Welsh Corgi/Australian Cattle Dog Mix J.D. He is the best hting in my life but recently he has become very depressed. I am VEt TEch so after realizing he was not as active and sleeps more than usual I of course took him to work and had many tests ran to see if it was a physical ailment. He cam home with a clean bill of health (thank God)howver it gave e no answers as to why he has made such huge changes. I recently have moved form a large family household with other dogs and alot of room for him to play. I now live with a roomate in an apartment with a very small yard and her two cats. I am askign if maybe it could be depresion from him missing other dogs to play with or maybe soemthing else. But I have done a lot of research to try to find it out on my own but have fell short so if anyone can help me that would be greatly apreciated. Sincerely Ashly Auld

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7/6/05 HI Asley, You probably can get away with getting a toy for your dog to chew on, but I am sure another coirgi would be the best answer,, Lyn Lyn
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7/25/05 corgis need lots of room to play, it could be depression if your corgi bonded with some other member of your large family and lack of exersize, that can be cured if you are willing to get up early and play with or train your corgi for 1/2 to 1 hour every day corgis are a working dog they need something to do every day not a pat on the head that won't work, give him a job to do,playing can be a job if done every day, it will cure his depression and yours. wayne
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