Hehe that's cute. The only pets I have right now are Guinea pigs because I'm in college and not yet "stable", as in you never know when I might have to move into a little apartment or even across the country. But I want a dog so much. And when I can get one, I'll probably still be in a city :-\. So as much as I love Aussies and Border Collies and stuff, I definitely will be looking at other breeds. I'll have to keep Corgis in mind.
When we go to shows, my hubby accuses the Corgi's of running wild. Seems like there are so many of them. Great traveling dog. I've seen then snuck into the motel rooms. Many of the exhibitors travel w/ theirs all the time.
The only big downside I see to them is that they do shead.
Heres a Corgi story for you. Last friday the kids had the day off school so we went to the barn to wash my daughters calves. My 6 year old son and I came back the the house and there on my porch was a little hurt bunny,about two days old. I looked around for the corgi and she looked all happy until i said bad dog, then went under the porch. I picked it up and put it under a tree and said sorry. Then walked away to hear my son say "you cant leave it you have to save it. I tried to tell him its hurt and going to die. He then ran off to tell his sister. Then I had two kids telling me we have to try. I tried to tell them that we have tried before and they die sorry, but off they went to get the shoebox full of grass hay. So I went out to tell them we were not doing this and there were 3 more bunnies. So now there were 4 of them 3 not hurt. They then talked me into tring to save them. After about 2 hours the fifth arrived. The dog kept her distance for a few days but knows I am not happy. She has done this before but the kids dont know about it. We have lost 4 of the bunnies but the last one has his eyes open and nurses out of a syringe. go figure