Archives for July 2013
Trude speaks volumes with her noble face; nary a woof to be heard! Mom Susan understands nearly every nuance, spoken or not, as any Corgi lover will. I do believe Trude knows which side her biscuit is buttered on. This is happiness right here, friends. Life is good. photo: Cathy Hoag
Good morning Corgi Nation, and welcome to my weekly guest spot on The Daily Corgi! I am your host Paige K. Davis, founder of CorgiPals. As you know, every week I do a guest post to keep you up to snuff with the goings-on in the CorgiPals world. Last week I shared with you our three clients that […]
When Jake and Lexie heard they would be Dogs of the Day on The Daily Corgi, they were so excited that Mom Donna W. decided they could write their own bio. “I get to tell our story because I’m older than Lexie” explains Jake. “You see, I’m eleven and she’s two.” “Mom always says God […]
A certain Pembroke Welsh Corgi enjoyed his very first outing at the lake.
Corgi Mom Sami fell hard for Biscuit when the tiny tri-color was just two days old. Eight weeks later, Biscuit landed for good and that was that. Fluffy fate! At the dog park Biscuit is a boisterous, wriggly, people-loving social butterfly. At the lake she’s been mistaken for a bunny on land, and an otter […]
In the Summer of 2010, Pie joined Gretchen and Greg’s home by way of Corgi Connection of Kansas. Faced with a hapless pack of humans and dogs in obvious need of her natural supervisory skills, Pie chose to stay on. Three years later, thanks to a series of ongoing compromises, the assurance of a reserved […]
Handsome dog, heavenly flowers … what more could a girl want? Thanks for sharing your dreamboat, Amanda C.!
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