Pekoe's favorite is still a hedgehog shaped toy that makes those great oinky sounds! When he was young he would spend at least two days burying the toy, digging it up, moving it to a safer location, burying it again, worrying about it for half an hour or so, digging it up, finding yet another safe spot ... He no longer has the stamina to persevere for a couple of days, but he still follows the same ritual. Of course, since Kiwi joined the family he has had to worry about her finding his toy. Protecting one's oinky is a really big job!
Wild horses roam the riverbed almost every day lately. Pekoe and Kiwi really, really want to chase them, but the best they can do is bark from a distance and pretend to herd from our side of the fence. Pretty good entertainment for a couple of corgis!
My name is Diane and I share my life with a Cardigan Welsh Corgi named Yodel. Yodel is my third Cardi and he is just wonderful. He is still quite young and doesn't know what he wants to be when he grows up. For now he is learning agility and Rally obedience. My previous Cardigans, Pekoe and Kiwi, were accomplished obedience and agility dogs. Maybe Yodel will follow in their footsteps.