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Wendt Worth Corgis
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At 12:06am on February 27, 2009, Frank Blackmon said…
We are giving away free samples of our all natural skin care products at no cost to you.Just send your name and address and it will be shipped to you.Look forward to hearing from you.
At 1:48pm on February 3, 2009, Bonnie L Pelton said…
Have a great day Wendy! :)
At 9:08pm on February 1, 2009, Bonnie L Pelton said…
HI WENDY
GOOD TO SEE YOU HERE I JUST JOINED !! HUMMMM TAKE CARE LOVE UR DOGS !! BONNIE
At 9:35am on January 6, 2009, Terry Allison said…
ROFLMAO!!! Did it show? Still ROFLMAO!!!

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At 8:52pm on January 5, 2009, Ellen Miles said…
Hi, So sorry it took me so long to accept you as a friend. I work with cats (tho I love my Belgian Shepard, Bella). I have a TNR group http://catvado.blogspot.com and sometimes we get kittens. This morning is the first morning I haven't risen to 4 hours of cleaning numerous cages and administering meds to 18 cats and kittens. Then, pretty much starting over again. Yeah! The kittens are now loose and 4 adults have new homes. I'm a very happy camper.
As someone who obviously loves our little critters, I hope you use safe products in your home. Check out:http://anaturalconnection.healthyhometour.com/ The poor critters get hit hard with the toxins in our products. They absorb through their paws and skin, inhale and ingest when they clean themselves. Big health hazard.
Love the music on your site!
Ellen
At 7:22pm on January 5, 2009, Terry Allison said…
Whoops! Sorry. I didn't mean to be a "kill-joy". Please forgive me. (my lower lip puckered out) lol

Sincerely,
Terry

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At 2:37pm on January 3, 2009, Terry Allison said…
Oh. It was nothing like that at all. He saw that you had seven dogs. We have one big dog. He was just making a comparison on the number of dogs.

Sincerely,
Terry

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At 9:47pm on December 31, 2008, Terry Allison said…
Hi Wendt,

I'm sorry. I don't understand your question.

Happy New Year to you and your family.

Sincerely,
Terry

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At 11:13pm on December 30, 2008, Terry Allison said…
Hi Wendt,

Thank you for sharing your family with me again.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and your family.

Sincerely,
Terry

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At 12:29am on December 30, 2008, Daryl B. Thompson said…
What a great looking family! Hope you holidays are everything you wish for.

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WARNING: LOW RIDERS CAN'T CONTROL THEIR LICKER!!! HTTP://WWW.WENDTWORTHCORGIS.COM

I have a dedicated love for the Pembroke Welsh Corgi. These mighty dogs in their little packages are highly intelligent, sturdy, loyal and quite entertaining. I breed the Corgi for ideal standards and great personalities. All my dogs live in the house w/me and are a part of the family.

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All my Low Rider's have Champion pedigree's and go threw testing requirements to promote a healthy sound Corgi. I look for smooth movement, flat toplines, great expression, thick sturdy bone, and most importantly..MIND! My dogs get the utmost of care and love and expect the same from any puppy buyers. All my Low Rider's are fed Eukanuba and Revolution applied monthly. My puppies are raised in the home w/my family and are socialized several times a day. I have an AKC Registered Veterinarian who I have a wonderful relationship w/and handles all of the care on my Low Rider adults and pups. Puppies have their nails trimmed every week w/dewormings starting at 2 wks of age and every other wk. following the initial deworming along w/vaccinations at 6 wks before going to their new homes at 8 wks of age. All puppies are sold on a Limited Registration unless references are provided and I feel your worthy of an Open Registration. Contracts per agreement will be signed before releasing said dog. I will allow my studs to service a very selective few outside females upon my evaluation of said females and a health certificate from a veterinarian. I have acquired a Kennel License for my county which allows the county and city to come unannounced to inspect my kennel, and of course AKC. I have also acquired a Vendor's License which makes me pay taxes on my dogs. As a breeder, I feel it is my duty to educate any new owner and be there for the life of any puppy I produce and place.

PROUD PARENTS RHIANNON AND WINSTON AS OF DECEMBER 02, 2008...PUPS ARE vWD CLEAR AND BOTH PARENTS HIPS GOOD...1 BOY AND 4 GIRLS Photobucket

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Calcium..Beneficial To Dogs

Calcium is an essential dietary element in all animals. The body needs calcium for important physiological processes, such as muscle concentration, membrane maintenance, enzyme function and blood coagulation. However, the primary function of calcium in the body is being used as a building block of the body’s bones and teeth. Bones and teeth also serve as a storage site for the body’s source of calcium.



When the body needs calcium for the processes mentioned, the body will provide the… Continue

Posted on March 24, 2009 at 11:57pm

Doggie Daycare..Decrease Stress In Your New Puppy

Several years ago the movie “Daddy Daycare” came out starring Eddie Murphy as a dad who is doing his best to deal with the loss of his job by starting a daycare while his wife went to work each day. Eddie went through some serious stressful situations as he learned how to care for a bunch of youngsters. With several kids of my own, I know how stressful kids can be to us, but have you ever thought about the stresses that kids go through? Thinking about this, it reminded me of what puppies… Continue

Posted on March 17, 2009 at 11:24pm

Dog Bless America! War Dogs Protect Our Soldiers and Adoption.

I have posted an article on some of the duties and history of War Dogs and how they helped our Soldiers. I added a few links for further reading if this is interesting to you.


I also posted advice on how you can adopt one of these dogs w/a link to a site that has an application and provides advice on how to go about this.


To read more on War dogs, go to http://www. wendtworthcorgis. com and click on News Blog.

Posted on March 11, 2009 at 12:28am

Expecting a BABY? Care for your dogs ears.

Expecting a baby? Here are some tips for you and your dog to help Fido except the arrival of the new baby.

Learn the right way to clean ears and what to look for. Instructional video at the end of the article showing some of the products. Learn more about some of the different problems that can occur w/in the ear and the best way to have them treated.

To view both of these articles, go to http://www.wendtworthcorgis.com and click on News Blog.

Posted on March 3, 2009 at 1:34pm

Canine Leptospirosis is on the Rise and can affect Humans!

A deadly disease is threatening more and more of man's best friends. Leptospirosis - a disease that causes kidney and liver damage in dogs and can lead to death - is reportedly on the rise across the nation.





Leptospirosis is a potentially fatal bacterial disease that affect people and animals. It is more common in the summer months and contaminated water is a main source of the disease.





To learn more about Leptospirosis go to http://www. wendtworthcorgis. com… Continue

Posted on February 25, 2009 at 4:32pm

 
 
 

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