Last December, Mie C. and her boyfriend decided that they want to get a Corgi puppy in the summer. They wanted a Corgi because Corgis are smart, have fun and quirky personalities, and are big dogs that come in small and utterly cute packages. But in Denmark, where Mie lives, there are only 10 Pembroke Welsh Corgi breeders, so she had to contact each breeder, hoping that one of them would accept her on their holding list for a puppy.
Unfortunately, none of the breeders had puppies available, nor they planned litters for the summer of 2011. Mie sadly realized that it would be another year, at least, before she could get a Corgi puppy. And here is where luck and faith intervened (or maybe it was the Holiday spirit), and on December 24th 2010, one of the breeders contacted Mie with good news: he had one puppy available, a red and white female with a natural bob tail. The breeder had her on-hold for another person, but since he didn’t hear from him in over a month, and decided to give Mie a call. And this is how Mie’s life changed.
In the blink of an eye Mie and her boyfriend happily agreed to get the puppy, and decided that on December 28th they would make a six hour train trip to pick up their new bundle of joy. She was named Bailey, after her creamy color and sweet and strong character.
Bailey loves playing tug of war with her ropes, she loves her stuffed dog toy, and she also likes sleeping on her back. She is a very smart 1 year old Corgi and she loves doing tricks, too. Her favorite one is “Stick ‘em up!”.
Thank you for sharing your Corgi with us, Mie! Bailey is mega-cute and I can see that she is a very happy and loved Corgi. Velkommen to CorgiDogs, Bailey!