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September 10, 2012 at 1:06pm
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My new corgi, Yuki!
The Corgi King would like to announce the newest member of the corgi royal family, and the second in line to the throne after Prince Einstein. I present to you princess Yuki. 
Check out a full gallery of pictures of Yuki-chan here.
Yuki (or Yukiko, Yuki-chan) is a super-pretty red and white Pembroke Welsh Corgi. She’s 9 months old now. She was originally intended to be a show dog, but ended up being far too sweet and submissive for such a job. So sweet. So the breeder placed her in my home knowing that we would love her dearly. It’s almost as if she was predestined to become my puppy! 
Here’s the magic of this rare situation where a dog to be shown goes to a normal home instead: I got a puppy that was already housebroken, crate trained, and lead trained. I can’t stress how awesome this is.
Yuki-chan is so small when compared to my 6-year-old tri-color, Einstein. But she already loves her big brother dearly. They do everything together: eat, sleep, play, walk, and even poop. Of course, I’m thrilled to have a new corgi, but I’m happier that Ein has a sibling. Her affection for him sometimes annoys him, but he loves her for sure.
Anyone that knows me can guess how thrilled I am about this new addition to the family. 

My new corgi, Yuki!

The Corgi King would like to announce the newest member of the corgi royal family, and the second in line to the throne after Prince Einstein. I present to you princess Yuki. 

Check out a full gallery of pictures of Yuki-chan here.

Yuki (or Yukiko, Yuki-chan) is a super-pretty red and white Pembroke Welsh Corgi. She’s 9 months old now. She was originally intended to be a show dog, but ended up being far too sweet and submissive for such a job. So sweet. So the breeder placed her in my home knowing that we would love her dearly. It’s almost as if she was predestined to become my puppy! 

Here’s the magic of this rare situation where a dog to be shown goes to a normal home instead: I got a puppy that was already housebroken, crate trained, and lead trained. I can’t stress how awesome this is.

Yuki-chan is so small when compared to my 6-year-old tri-color, Einstein. But she already loves her big brother dearly. They do everything together: eat, sleep, play, walk, and even poop. Of course, I’m thrilled to have a new corgi, but I’m happier that Ein has a sibling. Her affection for him sometimes annoys him, but he loves her for sure.

Anyone that knows me can guess how thrilled I am about this new addition to the family. 

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