5 Steps to Help Prevent Joint Problems with your Pup

As we all get older, our bodies often begin to express the wear and tear we've experienced through the years.  The same is true for our pets.  In fact, a common problem for aging dogs is joint pain which can develop into arthritis when cartilage begins to degrade due to overuse, strain or injury.  Don't … Continue reading 5 Steps to Help Prevent Joint Problems with your Pup

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Simple Steps In Photographing Your Pet

Happy Tuesday and welcome back to Corgibliss!  Today, I want to share with you some basic and helpful tips to keep in mind when photographing your pup.  One of my hobbies just happens to be photography, and while I'm very much an amateur, I love taking pictures of Scamp, our Corgi. The following tips are … Continue reading Simple Steps In Photographing Your Pet

Creating A Pet Cookbook

Pet treats can be costly and contain all too many additives and preservatives. As an alternative, I like to make our Corgi, Scamp homemade treats. This way, I know firsthand what the ingredients are and the benefits they can provide to Scamp's overall good health. Since Scamp was a puppy, I began gathering his favorite … Continue reading Creating A Pet Cookbook

National Puppy Day 2018

A quick post to wish you and your furbaby a Happy Puppy Day! This national day is now internationally recognized after being founded by Colleen Paige in 2006. The day was established with two main purposes in mind. First, the desire to improve the lives of puppies everywhere by encouraging rescues while informing/educating people about … Continue reading National Puppy Day 2018

Sweet Potato Fries for Corgi – (Recipe #1)

Our Corgi, Scamp loves sweet potato fries as a treat from time to time. He first had them when visiting his cousin, Leo at our daughter and son-in-law's home. We, of course, went right to our nearest pet store and bought a bag which ran about $15 for ONE pound - a bit steep, in … Continue reading Sweet Potato Fries for Corgi – (Recipe #1)

Fun & Games with your Corgi

A bored dog will find its own means of some mental/physical stimulation often by way of unacceptable behavior per human standards. Having a Corgi and knowing their background (designed for all day herding requiring high-energy and endurance), requires their needs be met physically with exercise and interactions. Along with regular physical exercise, your Corgi requires … Continue reading Fun & Games with your Corgi

Vetting a Veterinarian

    In the preparations for bringing your new furbaby home, you’ll want to have the services of a veterinarian selected and available for that first check-up. Like any other profession, you can come across good vets and not-so-good vets. You, of course, will want to secure the very best care for your pet. How … Continue reading Vetting a Veterinarian