Post # 1
Our corgi puppy Eva got spayed last wednesday and while they used the smallest cone possible, she still couldn’t walk in it! This was really funny when I picked her up, but when we got home, I realized that was just not going to work! Being the intrepid gal I am, when we got home I took a pair of scissors and chopped about five inches off, still long enough to cover her scar but short enough that she can walk mostly normally. (and long enough that she still bumps into EVERYTHING)
Post # 3
So cute! I hope she heals up soon!
Post # 4
te he he your title made me giggle. and then i saw your picture…she is absolutely adorable!
Post # 5
I bet Eva doesn’t like it, either….=]
My cats ran into walls when they had it on. I had to take it off almost as soon as we got home. It was too pathetic watching them try to jump onto their favorite chair and end up face planting it instead
Post # 6
LOL! Best title of a post ever.
She had a soft cone which made a huge difference, but she still walked into a lot of furniture. She liked to drag it along the wall when she walked, I guess maybe it gave her her bearings?!
Post # 7
I know they look so sad and you feel for them . . . but it’s hard not to laugh too!
Our dog had a bird poop in his cone! I think the bird was targeting him for chasing it all the time! Too funny!
(Cute dog, btw!)
Post # 8
omg that is the cutest thing ever!!!! Are you just loving your corgi to death? I have never been breed loyal but after getting my corgi 2 years ago i have been singing their praises 🙂
Post # 9
Oh Corgitales, we are OBSESSED!! She is so sweet I just can’t wait til we can take this silly thing off and she can go back to being her crazy happy self!
Post # 10
Awww! Too cute! I started giggling the second I read the title of this post. We’ve had endless adventures with cones growing up. One of our great danes had to have a leg amputated and she had to wear a cone for quite some time. She would drag her cone along the carpet or the grass whenever she wore it because her neck would get itchy with it on, so we’d have “scratch the poor puppy dog’s neck” times throughout the day.
Post # 11
Love the post title! It’s so funny your puppy’s ears are longer than the cone! HA!
Post # 12
Aww, cute photo and hilarious post title! 🙂 My parent’s dog (Border Collie) was hilarious when she got fixed and was put in “the cone.” When it was time to eat, she would slam the cone down around her bowl and eat “alone.” Hee! And you can see she did quite a bit of damage to that cone banging it around on everything!
Post # 13
Ha! That’s so cute! Eva only did about a week in the cone – her stitches had all dissolved by Tuesday morning and she’s been running around like her usual crazy self ever since.
Post # 14
So glad to hear she’s back to normal!! Corgis are way too much fun 🙂
Post # 15
My little man after his surgery. The genius dog swallowed a rubber ball….
Post # 16
My dog is no stranger to the cone! Since he is a pug with a smushed face he cannot eat or drink on his own with the cone. We recently had one one for 2 weeks because of an eye surgery. He also had one before when a peach pit was surgically removed from his intestines and when he was neutered.
Here is a picture of him after his eye surgery… we were in the process of drying off his cone because it was raining outside 🙂