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San Diego, CA

Member since:

September 22, 2011

Please introduce yourself & your corgi(s):

I got her May 2011 and she was diagnosed EPI (Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency). This disease is where the pancreas no longer creates the enzymes to digest her food. She was literary starving to death. She was down to 14lbs and now with a special enzyme supplements is 22lbs. She is small for the breed I think its because of her disease. She is very healthy and active, an EPI survivor!!

Why join our group?

I think she would enjoy meeting other corgis.

How far from home are you willing to travel for monthly Meetups?

about 50 to 100 miles

Does your corgi have a blog or other links (fb, twitter, you wish to share? Please list them now.;; K9-EPIGLOBAL Yahoo Group


My name is Liz and I have a 3yr old Pembroke Welsh Corgi named Sadie. We live in San Macros, CA. She is an EPI (Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency) survivor.

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