Four year-old Dixie (a.k.a. Dixie Doodles or “Miss Doodles”) introduced her Mom Monica to the world of Corgi rescue and re-homing.
“As Dixie grew, we brought her back to the farm store where the woman worked so she could see Dixie, and after a while of conversing with the woman, I realized she was one of the puppy mill breeders we hear about so often.”
“That realization prompted me to contact Lakeshore Pembroke Welsh Corgi Rescue, to see what I could do to assist in re-homing Welsh Corgis in need.”
“This sparked the start of my on-line etsy shop “Classy Chassy“, which donates a percentage of sales each month to Lakeshore’s rescue fund. Their rescue site features a link to the shop, which offers a range of Corgi and canine themed items.”
“Funny how acquiring a Corgi can change the direction of your life, isn’t it?”
Monica was one of several Daily Corgi readers who donated a variety of cool prizes for The Daily Corgi’s Great Corgi-licious Giveway. (Thanks again, Monica!)
“Dixie is a very loving girl and tries hard to anticipate pleasing me. It took a little while for her to “settle down” and get bored enough for me to get these shots with Sweet Pea!”
Being THIS cute is hard work. Downright exhausting, in fact!
Kelly S. selected Dixie’s picture for the month of April in this year’s “Corgis with Blogs” calendar. It’s certainly fitting, with Sweet Pea as the Easter Bunny!
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Welcome to The Daily Corgi, Miss Dixie Doodles!
You are obviously adorable in every way.