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Old 04-13-2018, 01:05 PM
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Must haves for PWC?

Hello all. So I’m probably not going to be getting a PWC puppy for a year or so, but I figured I might as well start researching and buying some supplies ahead of time. What are some of your must haves (toys, cleaning supplies, treats, etc) for your corgi? I love hearing what others have bought to get some ideas!
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What's a PWC?
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A Furminator brush.

I had a red headed tri that I sadly lost last year. She was a great dog who enforced the house rules when my Standard Poodles were puppies.

BUT, she would blow coat at least once a year and still did some heavy shedding in between. The Furminator was the only deshedder that I could find that was narrow enough that I could groom between her legs. Because their legs are so short, Corgis can be expert squirmers if they donít feel like being groomed.

I would love to get another one as my house dog but I need a break on the shedding.
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Pembroke Welsh Corgi
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A Furminator brush.

I had a red headed tri that I sadly lost last year. [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.dogforum.com/images/smilies/frown.gif[/IMG] She was a great dog who enforced the house rules when my Standard Poodles were puppies.

BUT, she would blow coat at least once a year and still did some heavy shedding in between. The Furminator was the only deshedder that I could find that was narrow enough that I could groom between her legs. Because their legs are so short, Corgis can be expert squirmers if they don’t feel like being groomed.

I would love to get another one as my house dog but I need a break on the shedding.
I’ve been reading some contrasting reviews about the Furminator lol. Some say it’s great, some say it breaks the coat. I guess I’d have to see for myself. Sorry to hear about your pup 😞, she was a cutie!
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Pembroke Welsh Corgi

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