Time again to count our blessings (and Corgis). A day to be grateful and give thanks in all things, great and small. The Daily Corgi wishes you and yours a feast for both the stomach and the soul. Vanessa Keys Designs: Thanksgiving Dinner The blog will be on holiday through Sunday, December 1st and resume […]
Archives for November 2013
Seriously maxing out the cute here, fellas.
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. This week I want to acknowledge some amazing […]
Kristi M. of Colorado wrote to The Daily Corgi about Bridget, a very special Cardigan with her own story to tell. “In the summer of 2003 we lost Lightning, our beloved huge long-haired white German Shepherd. After a few months of grieving, our family needed a new dog.” “Our two teenage sons had become transfixed by Ein, a […]
… and their families, two and four legged. photo: Obsessive Corgi Disorder Iraq and Afghanistan Army veteran Cody and the family’s Pembroke Welsh Corgi Teddy. Thanks to all of you for your valor, sacrifice and unwavering dedication. Corgi On!
via @KWaddup on twitter
When Aparna E. and her husband first talked about getting a dog, they knew they wanted a Corgi. “We found him through a breeder in Texas, and could tell right from the start that she truly cared about her puppies and the homes they would be sent to.” “Our pup was raised on a cattle […]
The Daily Corgi and CorgiPals have essentially grown up together. Two Corgi-crazy gals (me and CorgiPals Founder & CEO Paige Davis), each of us driven to make a difference for Corgis in our own way. We work hard, we have fun, but most of all we have a whole lot of fantastic friends and supporters. […]
Daily Corgi alum Noodles of Oregon did the Ugly Sweater 5k with his folks last weekend. He was rather famous! Well over 30 people asked for his photograph. It was as though they had never seen a Corgi before. (Oh, the deprivation. The discovery!) All in a day’s work for a Corgi, on whom no […]