From time to time, The Daily Corgi spotlights the work of an artist or craftsperson who donates a portion of their sales to Corgi Rescue. Glenna Felty creates one-of-a-kind designs for a variety of products; find out more at her facebook page HERE. A portion of the proceeds from each sale supports the rescue efforts of […]
Archives for September 2011
He’s an international Man of Mystery … the best brother a boy could ask for … a world class collector of the finest in plastic bottles … … he’s NICK! He’ll be guest star on The Daily Corgi on Tuesday 9/6. Don’t miss it! p.s. Thumbs up on the recycle thing, Nick. I’m all […]
Hmmmm … is anybody looking? I’m gonna make a break for it. No handle, please. A big dog doesn’t need a handle on his back. Geronimooooooo! Houston, we have splashdown. I repeat, we have splashdown! (p.s. This post is dedicated to my friend in North Carolina, whose sweetheart is a real dog ;-).
Finally got the goods off my camera … (thank you, tech-savvy pal Mizz R.)! Here are Jon Farleigh and Dewi, Daily Corgi alums and the stars of Chronicles of Cardigan. Jon Farleigh is the red and white with the big puppy eyes, Dewi is the blue merle rascal with plenty to say. These were taken […]
… everybody FRAP! Nia shows camp buddy Nala how it’s done.
One of the best things about the BlogPaws 2011 Conference was getting to meet the Corgi bloggers in attendance, both of whom brought their Corgis! Here I am (that’s me on the right) with the lovely and talented Elizabeth, gracious mind/heart/Corgi Mom behind Chronicles of Cardigan. With us are her famous Daily Corgi […]
Koopa says barrrooooooooooo to all his Daily Corgi friends! This handsome two-and-a-half year old Corgi has a long list of likes: posing for pictures licking toes stealing socks barking at birds that fly over “his” yard splashing in his puppy pool cuddling on the sofa romping with other Corgis at the San Diego Corgi Meet-Ups playing hide […]
“From the day Dottie was born in May of 2008, Larry and Betsy knew she was the Augi for them! (An Augi is a Corgi x Mini Australian Shepard).” “With that marking on the top of her head, even her name seemed pre-determined. (Although if she’d been been male, I guess we would have named […]