Persephone, a Tri-Colored Corgi From Colorado

27 April 2014 ~ 4 Comments

“My name is Teresa! My husband, Brett, and I own a tri-colored Pembroke Corgi named Persephone. She is 2 years old, and we live in Arvada, Colorado. We decided to own a Corgi because we love their smiles, energy, and their ability to be a great family dog.

Persephone is very good at alerting us if anything is wrong without any excessive barking, and instead of nipping at our ankles, my husband has trained her to give us kisses whenever we leave or come home.

corgi puppy

Persephone eats Blue Buffalo (lamb), and her favorite treats are chicken biscuits. Her absolute favorite toy is the indestructible snake that has multiple squeakers. She likes to carry it around on her back, which is adorable! She also likes to play hide and seek and tag with us, and lets us catch her.

Persephone is incredibly social and sweet, and gets along well with other dogs, as well as other people. She always asks politely to get in our bed in the mornings, because she loves to cuddle. She’s not very good at playing catch, but she loves to run around an open field.

tri color corgi puppy

When she was a puppy we were worried that she wouldn’t live long, because she couldn’t keep any food down, not even water. Brett eventually figured out that if he burped her, she could keep her food down. She has always had a super sensitive tummy, so we keep her diet simple (no scraps whatsoever) to reduce any throw up accidents.

We love Persephone so much! And she is a huge part of our little family. Thank you very much for listening about our Persephone!”

Welcome to CorgiDogs, Persephone!

corgi toy

tri color corgi

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