As some of you are aware we have Irish Setters and a Welsh Pembroke Corgi. Well somehow we weren't looking and the Setter knocked up the Corgi. The pups are here and ready to go to new homes should we call them Sorgis or Welsh Setters?
I do have concerns about several of the pups though. One doesn't match her sweater to her leash, could she be color blind? On top of that her dad doesn't like her. He snarls and growls at her, which one should I keep? Then there is the pup who eats gum, hard candy, paper, nips at us and it's sibs and chews it's crate. I think I should take a weeks vacation for all of the medical tests, do you agree with this?
Then there is the 3rd pup who is frightened of a rock in the neighbor's yard. Any ideas how to correct this? And NO my wife and I aren't BYB for your info.
Speaking of my wife, I found out she is PG. We have 3 kids already I wan't prepared for this.I was thinking about the name Oh S&$T and my wife was thinking Oh D#*&M , we can't make up our minds. Once again looking for some help with this dilema. We really hope it has goud geanes and a clear throte. Please no hateful or mean responses, K?
***Edited By: irishacres on 1/18/2007 10:50:17 PM*** Reason: *
I think Welsh Setters is definitely the name to go with. And you could wire the chewers mouth shut - that should teach the little mutt. As for your wife? Well... now I understand how maybe the dogs accidentally got pregnant - but are you gonna use the same excuse for your wife? You weren't looking and somehow your wife got knocked up? LOL!
Hahahaha!!! I really needed this today. [email protected]! Hips! I just have this awful picture in my mind of an Irish setter with upright ears. Would they be able to hunt? How would you see a little, bitty, short-legged setter pointing out a pheasant in high grass? Would they be docked? What if they grow up to be really tall but still look like corgis?