Carl came home to Lindsay W.'s family at 16 weeks old. "He was a pudgy little ball of fur who loved to be cradled like a baby" she writes. "Now one and a half years years old, Carl still enjoys nothing more than snuggling belly up in our arms."
"Carl spends his days (and nights) patrolling our home. He is always on the lookout for interlopers like the mailman. Carl literally checks the perimeter of the house and yard as soon as he wakes up and always before bed. He diligently reports anything out of the norm and tries his hardest to scare off all shadows and wind blown branches."
"When Carl isn't working with neighborhood watch, he enjoys roughhousing with his big sister Abby. Abby is a five year-old German Shepherd mix with an incredibly high tolerance level. Abby always allows Carl to lick her ears and tug on her tail for attention."
"When she's not feeling up to being an active participant in Carl's games, Abby patiently lays in the middle of the living room floor and allows Carl to run laps around the room jumping over her like a hurdle."
"Carl loves to make new friends at the dog park and has never met another canine friend he hasn't immediately loved. Carl's three best buddies Walter, Hadley and Lemmy frequently stop by for hang out's at "Carl's Place"."
"Carl will do anything for a piece of cheese or a Goldfish cracker. In fact, Carl will do anything for just about any kind of human food. Among his most prized treats: ice cubes, apples and raw potatoes. He considers any piece of food that doesn't come from a dog food package akin to dining like a king."
"Carl has made our lives infinitely better, and we can no longer imagine life without a Corgi. Who ever knew so much personality could be packed into a 25 pound body with stumpy little legs?"
"Uh, excuse me ... I could have told you, but isn't it as obvious as the ugly on this Christmas sweater?"