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Aloe & Beasley’s Stormy Litter
Aloe had 7 puppies on March 21 & 22, 2022 just as the almost tornado hit Bryan / College Station. She had her first at 10:40 pm and was in labor throughout the night. We named this litter with the chaotic weather in mind, meet our Stormy (Weather) Litter.
CLAIMED – Meet Bolt! (named for the lightning bolt shape on his face) Male Red & white corgi with a zig zag collar on her neck as well as across the nose
CLAIMED – Meet Storm! Female tri-color corgi with a swirly collar on her neck, a white stripe on her nose and faint brown “eyebrows” she weighed in at .31 kg at birth
CLAIMED: Meet Radar! (This Male Red & white corgi with white socks, cute white chin, and a dual colored nose. He has a vertical line on the back of his neck.
AVAILABLE: Meet Rainy! Female Tri-colored corgi with white socks, white chin and chest, and faint eyebrows. Small dot on the back of her neck.
AVAILABLE: Meet Lokni! (means “Rain Falls Through The Roof” in Native American Miwok) Male Red and White (or possibly Sable – he’s got darker fur around his face and under his jaw. Often times the darker coloration fades over time and the red becomes more prominent) White spot patch on the back of his neck.
AVAILABLE: Meet Indra! (means, droplets of rain) Tri-colored female corgi with white socks, white mouth, and red cheeks. She has a half collar with an arrow-like shape on the back of her neck.
AVAILABLE: Meet Kelani! (means sky) The tiniest corgi of the litter (although only time will tell her adult size) she has a full collar with a pointy tip on the back of her neck, red cheeks, a white chest, and a freckled nose.