Hi, I'm Ginger

About Ginger

Ginger was born on October 3, 2012. She is a Pembrooke Welsh Corgi. She didn’t quite qualify for the Westminster so we got her for a slightly reduced price. Ginger has since become the dominant member of our family. What she “wants” she “gets”.

Ginger and I walk about two miles a day. She sets the pace with her short legs which well matches my pace as a 93 year old guy. Ginger needs to lose some weight and I need to gain some weight so it’s a win/win.

Ginger is a no-nonsense little dog. She participates in the basics of living in our family: eating, sleeping and going on walks. All of which she does very well! We call her “pretty girl” and she looks up and responds, “I know that”.

Ginger loves riding in the car so where we go, she goes. She shakes hands with me every time before she eats her meals. Ginger also likes her quiet time out on our patio. She lounges on her wicker sofa listening to the sounds of our neighborhood.

Ginger will probably outlive us so we’ve made arrangements for her good care to be continued with our daughter. She’s probably like many other little Corgis but to us she is one in a million!

About Ginger

Ginger was born on October 3, 2012. She is a Pembrooke Welsh Corgi. She didn’t quite qualify for the Westminster so we got her for a slightly reduced price. Ginger has since become the dominant member of our family. What she “wants” she “gets”.

Ginger and I walk about two miles a day. She sets the pace with her short legs which well matches my pace as a 93 year old guy. Ginger needs to lose some weight and I need to gain some weight so it’s a win/win.

Ginger is a no-nonsense little dog. She participates in the basics of living in our family: eating, sleeping and going on walks. All of which she does very well! We call her “pretty girl” and she looks up and responds, “I know that”.

Ginger loves riding in the car so where we go, she goes. She shakes hands with me every time before she eats her meals.

Ginger also likes her quiet time out on our patio. She lounges on her wicker sofa listening to the sounds of our neighborhood.

Ginger will probably outlive us so we’ve made arrangements for her good care to be continued with our daughter. She’s probably like many other little Corgis but to us she is one in a million!