When the time has come to let one of our so beloved dogs go, saying goodbye is so difficult!

 Words of comfort can't take away the heartfelt pain, we grieve deeply.

Therefore we would like to pay a tribute to the great corgis that have lived or were bred here at Waggerland.

May all your sweet little souls live on!

 

In Loving Memory

 
God saw you were getting tired
A cure was not to be.
So He put his arms around you
And whispered, “Bizzy please come with me”.
With tearful eyes we watched you
And saw you pass away.
Although we loved you dearly,
We could not make you stay.
A Golden Heart stopped beating,
Hard working paws at rest,
God broke our hearts to prove to us,

He only takes the best.

 
CH Rarebit Black Cressida
Bizzy
 

Bizzy was our first Cardi puppy, so joyful and full of life, never one minute worried.

She was bred by the late dr. Iben Maier in Germany who sadly died just a few months later after a short sickbed.

Iben was full of love for her cardis and we were happy to find all a great home.

Bizzy grew out to be a very sound bitch and we showed her with pride, winning many championship titles.

She was a trooper working with sheep and she was my first non-collie to be working in obedience.

She was a great mother and teacher to her puppies and a true leader of the pack. Her ending came so sudden and unexpected.

I will never forget the look in her eyes when asking me to let her go.

This was the last thing I could do for her, she was my pet who should have lived to be 16 at least.

She will never be forgotten here at Waggerland, she was our foundation bitch and she lives on in all Waggerlands out there.

Bye, sweet girl, I know we will meet again!

     

"Don't cry because she's gone… smile because she was there!"

 
 

CH Dragonpatch Big Papa Foster

Foster

 

My once-in-a-lifetime-dog is no longer here.

Everyday I enjoyed looking at him when he would stand by the kitchendoors, just watching something.

That beautiful silhouette, that gorgeous head but most of all his energy… Oh my god, I will miss him!

Frosty will always be a part of me, no doubt about that.

He was everyone’s best friend, always happy.

Always wagging his lovely tail.

We often said that he was just too simple not to be happy.

If you’d touch him, he’d be rolling on the ground.

Again IVDD has struck and took my second oldie away.

It was so sudden, I did not see this coming.

I’m beyond words.

At this point I’m not even sure how to continue breeding this lovely breed that I’m so passionate about.

Saying farewell to my beloved Mr. Frostyman was too hard but it was the only thing I could do for him.

Live on Foster, you were simply the best!