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Buster and Missy

One of the questions that often comes during puppy visiting days is "Will a corgi get along with my ________?" As everyone soon learns from Barb's collection of animals, as long as they're introduced when the puppy is young, there's not much that can't be worked out. The picture above is Connie's household, Buster the rabbit and Missy, best buddy!


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From back in February....

Hi Barb!
Our lil puppy (still no name)  really had a blast in the snow zipping around in it.  She is so funny, when she eats she takes food out of her bowl,  throws it on the floor and picks out only the little bits she likes.  I think its the shredded chicken out of the pro plan that she is favoring.  I need to figure out how to get her to not do that.  Maybe I will try to find a sample of the beef version and see if she still does that.  

Chase is really enjoying the puppy and says he loves her.  The cat is coming around a bit, still stays clear of her but I think once he realize she is here to stay they will eventually be friends.  Old dog is teaching her in his own way best he can how to carry on his skills.

I hope your week is going well.