Cardigan Welsh Corgi/Beagle
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Age: 15 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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   Leave a bone for Cinnamon

Cini Mini Bon Bon, Cini Moose, Schmoose

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Sun Sign:
Quick Bio:
-mutt-dog rescue

Gotcha Date:
November 20th 2002

Boat and truck rides, going on critter patrol with my peeps, evening walks, my big pillow, chasing waves, chasing squirrels and rabbits, hunting lizards, eating goose poop and snuggling. I love to suck my paws. I must have snacks.

I can be a little bit dog aggressive so my peeps are ever watchful and only let me play with my sister Move Lucy Stopit. I can tell time, and I noisily announce din din time. I get irritated if I'm butt snuggled with you, and you shift positions.

Favorite Toy:
Squeaky cat, rope toy, sticks, sister Lucy. Must herd Lucy.

Favorite Food:
p-nut butter toast & scrambled eggs

Favorite Walk:
Anywhere, anytime. Let's go.

Best Tricks:
Shake, sit, get it, load up, squeak your toy, catches snacks mid-air, "talks", can open car door and car windows from the inside!

Arrival Story:
I found my furever home with the peeps when I was on the run many years ago. I had been someone's baby because I had manners and knew some commands. I ran with some neighborhood pooches until my peeps took me off the street. My peeps tried to find my old owner by placing ads, posting signs and searching online, but to no avail. Clearly, they were meant to be mine.

I own my own house, and I let the peeps live here. I own a king-sized bed which I occasionally let the peeps sleep in. I own a boat which I allow my humans to use to drive sister Lucy and I around our lake. Oh yeah, I own a lake and an island, too. I also I own the entire state of Tennessee. I keep an eye on things around here.

Forums Motto:
Oh she of the silken paw


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I've Been On Dogster Since:
May 24th 2006 More than 10 years!

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HopeMove Lucy

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Life is Woof!

January 2nd 2012 11:29 am
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Wow! It's 2012! Happy New Year everypup!

I have been with my peeps for 9 years now! Wow! I am happy. I am healthy. Even though I just have one eye, I keep watch on things here. Since I lost the eye 2 years ago, I have become a little skittish when sister Lucy flings herself around.


Wishing all my pals a woofderful 2012! I lurve you all.


Before I was a dog Mom

November 28th 2008 2:56 am
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Before I was a Dog Mom: I made and ate hot meals unmolested; I had unstained, unfurred clothes; I had quiet conversations on the phone, even if the doorbell rang.

Before I was a Dog Mom: I slept as late as I wanted and never worried about how late I got to bed . . . or if I could get into my bed.

Before I was a Dog Mom: I cleaned my house everyday, I never tripped over toys, stuffies, chewies, or invited the neighbor's dog over to play.

Before I was a Dog Mom: I didn't worry if my plants, cleansers, plastic bags, toilet paper, soap or deodorant were poisonous or dangerous.

Before I was a Dog Mom: I had never been peed on, pooped on, drooled on, chewed on, or pinched by puppy teeth.

Before I was a Dog Mom: I had complete control of my thoughts, my body and my mind. I slept all night without sharing the covers or pillow.

Before I was a Dog Mom: I never looked into big, soulful eyes and cried. I never felt my heart break into a million pieces when I couldn't stop a hurt. I never knew something so furry and four-legged could affect my heart so deeply.

Before I was a Dog Mom: I had never held a sleeping puppy just because I couldn't put it down. I had never gotten up in the middle of the night every 10 minutes to make sure all was well. I didn't know how warm it feels inside to feed a hungry puppy. I didn't know that something so small could make me feel so important.

Before I was a Dog Mom: I had never known the warmth, the joy, the love, the heartache, the wonderment, or the satisfaction of being ... A Dog Mom



June 13th 2007 3:27 pm
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My Mom's friend shared this with her. She says this is quite appropriate for us considering my behavior. Whatev...It's the...

Amendment I
Owners shall make no law abridging the freedom to bark, bay, or howl anywhere, anytime, and for any reason, real or imagined; or growl if moved or awakened from any chosen spot. Squirting with hoses, water pistols, screaming, or physical intervention is strictly prohibited. When Beagles bark, humans must listen until they understand and then perform accordingly.

Amendment II
The right to claim any spot on the bed first, not having to move for humans or siblings; covers and pillows will remain untouched until we vacate said spot. Good sun spots must be made available throughout every house and curtains that block access are open season.

Amendment III
The unlimited right to enter and exit the back door with human assistance, performed with no grumbling under the breath.

Amendment IV
The right to at least one walk per day anywhere, anytime we want, including mud, water hazards, garbage dumps, rolling on dead animals, insects or any other unidentified smelly goo; with no censorship of items or creatures procured to eat. No muzzles, masks, or other contraptions will be applied to abridge desire to forage. Sniffing will have no limits as to time or object. Yanking or pulling on the leash is prohibited, as is screaming or physical intervention.

Amendment V
Eating anything is an inalienable right and humans shall make no rules regarding; the cat box, sibling’s treats or dinners, garbage can exploration, or countertop sweeping. All packages must be inspected upon entrance to the house. An adequate space either at or directly under the table must be provided at meal times. Any food dropped on the floor must be pointed to and is immediately property of the Beagle eliminating any five second rule of humans, and if said Beagle is absent the item must remain untouched until his arrival whether from the next room or outside. No Beagle is responsible for clean up of any residual dog spit. Treats will be distributed upon human departure and arrival. Vegetables from the garden whether on the plant or in a container, especially green beans, are property of the Beagle. Obesity or its description will be eliminated from any handbooks, manuals, leaflets, or other propaganda upon entering the house and the Beagle will determine what weight is proper for their frame.

Amendment VI
Beagles will be secure in their possessions against any search either by humans or siblings. No seizure of Beagle property is allowed and in the event of exchange for another item of higher value, both items become property of the Beagle. In counterpoint, Beagles have the right to search and seize at his whim; any pocket, purse, bag, toy box, dishwasher door, countertop, or child.

Amendment VII
Chewing feet, scratching ears, rolling on the back and biting of genitals will be permitted and the only resolution will be rubbing of the belly by the human.

Amendment VIII
Under no circumstances shall any Beagle or canine brother be used for human medical experiment. If caught, humans will undergo said experiment every day for the rest of their lives.

Amendment IX
Unusual human behavior, such as harmonica playing, phone talking, lawn mowing, leaf raking, bed-thrashing, etc. will be met with unlimited barking until said activity ceases.

Amendment X
No Beagle will be left behind!

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