Archives for August 2013
Although retired Cardigan Welsh Corgi Chief Leaf is a Master of Leisure Arts, this senior boy is making Daily Corgi news with the rollout of his Mom Jackie’s Chief-inspired DerpyDog Ceramics. (That’s right, friends. No rest for the not-so-weary Corgi). What’s that? No idea what derpy means? Not sure what derpin’ is? You won’t find it […]
Nemo, Birdie and Sophie
Nearly every week I have the good fortune to blog about goings-on at Corgi Connection of Kansas Rescue. The focus is naturally on the dogs, but behind their stories are the unsung human heroes who make it all possible. Rescue is fraught with joys and sorrows both. As rewarding as they can be, rescue, fostering […]
Author and illustrator of Corgiville Fair and dozens of other beautiful books, Corgi lover Tasha Tudor would have celebrated her 98th birthday today. If you’re not familiar with Tasha’s life and work, the Tudor family website is a good place to begin exploring. Louisa Murray reads Corgiville Fair to rapt audience Tucker, Miss Scarlett, Owyn and […]
… and I’ve got no privacy! Roscoe and resident feline snoopervisor.
Remember Rosie, the California Corgi found with her pups in an abandoned house? Her story last week on The Daily Corgi led to this — a photo of Titan, one of the pups from that litter, adopted out via Bark Rescue! Titan looks a lot like his Mom, and like her he’s a real herder. […]
Wally made his first Daily Corgi splash back in early August, sporting the tux his folks Marc and Cynthia bought him for their wedding day. After all, what’s a wedding without a CORGI?! A Corgi in a tux, of course. A handsome Corgi in a tux. Line forms to the left, ladies. Wally is no […]
Rosie Corgian appeared on the blog this week with her brother Max, but I had too many photos of her to squeeze in! So she’s back as this weekend’s Saturday Smiler. Finding a friend on a walk. Going somewhere (anywhere) with Mom = happy Rosie! Classic Corgi: more smiles to the mile.