Bud and Grace of Charleston, South Carolina are big fans of Frosty Paws.
Their local Piggly Wiggly can’t keep ’em in stock :-).
These two are also wild about car rides, walks on the beach, sleeping and eating.
Bud with his sad, empty, no-food-for-starving-Corgis bowl.
“We took our baths, we’re spanking clean … is it biscuit time now?”
Mom Melissa G. writes “(Amazing) Grace came to live with me in 2008. She was a six year-old puppy mill girl from Louisiana. Grace had never had her tail docked, and two years later it never stops wagging! She was scared of humans but is now brave enough to walk up to most people and sniff a hand or grab a treat, and she likes to nap and graze along the wall and scritch those ears.”
Grace is a “Corgi-Vac” model, keeping the world safe from stray crumbs everywhere.
“Bud was also six when he came to me from a bad breeder in Georgia. He has the biggest ears, is fond of his rope chew toys, and can sniff out duck poop and dead worms a mile away. He and Grace are like long lost friends and have never had a single problem with one another.”
(Doesn’t Bud have the cutest ‘tocks?)
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Welcome to The Daily Corgi, kiddos!
Hope this summer brings you many Frosty Paws!
Our female is also a corgi vac…what is it about all that constant cleaning ???
Great pics and really beautiful corgi kids.
Sigh…aren't they wonderful?
I hope to have a red one day, not, that we don't adore our tri's!!
special, special…all so special….look at those EARS!
Kirby's mom says
Look at those eyes while their eating "ice cream", could it get any cuter? I started with a red corgi, but by the end of the year his coat had turned to red and black.
oh frosty paws is sammy's favorite, too! especially now that they have peanut butter flavor!!! who ever created doggie ice cream is a genius!
I love their giant googly eyes!!! A-D-O-R-A-B-L-E-!-!-!