Because this never gets old …
Teddy Bear and Bob
Riley and Cade
Maui and Jodi
When William visited historic Hope Lodge in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, he planted a flirtatious kiss on an unsuspecting young Colonial-era miss.
Now that’s MY kind of historical reenactment.
Marty and John
Kari with William and Sally …
… who are perfectly aware of the impression they make, thank you very much.
Astro and Daddy
Remy was three years old at the time Laura adopted him. “He quickly became my world” she says. “He makes everything okay. There are no bad days for me anymore because no matter what happens, I come home and there is Remy, so excited to see me, shaking his cute Corgi butt, tossing his ball at me to play with him, and ready to cuddle with me and get a belly rub.”
Yep. Looks like love to me!
At fifteen, sweet Bella is still up for some Christmas cheer with Giovanni and Sophia.
(Pasquale J. Abruzzese, you are indeed a blessed grandfather and Corgi Dad. Buon Natale!)
Henry and Deb
Willow and Skye
Poppy, Daisy and Daddy
Herbie recently finished his first 5k: a turkey trot!
Piper and Kristi
Buster and one of his favorite humans.
Kendra and Dylan of Winchester. She wanted a Corgi forever and finally got one in October.
Of course he is very helpful around the house. Pre-clean feature included at no additional cost.
Ritzy and Courtney
Penuche and Carl
Max, Sam and Judy
Ford, Becky and Dave (the minion)
Cardigan Welsh Corgis Ike and Hudson, with Melanie in the red blanket and humans Laura and Dean.
Lily and Laura
Lindy Lou and Lacy with Benny the Jack Russell terrier, greeting Ron after he got home from a hospital stay for knee replacement surgery. What a welcome waggin’!
Abbey Sue is seven years young and loves to camp, take long walks and nap with Dad!
Did somebody say walk?
Dexter, Nancy and David / Facebook
Airing out the belly: Miss Lacey Mae Baddog
Behold the Corgi Mind Meld: Augie and Carson have their tractor beam set on Daddy Tom.
Pickup line: Mr. Puff, Bubbles, Truffles and Austin of Yorba Linda, California
So adorable, I'm sure I am like everyone else when I say I don't know what I would do without my fur babies.
"Because it never gets old." So true!
I,for one, never tire of corgi antics and faces, and…well…watching them from the rear! I love seeing them with their humans and knowing the love shared! I love them so!! Just this morning Puppy Bella told on puppy Buster because he wouln't share the human shoe he had discovered…cute little faces through it all…I could enjoy all this – it wasn't MY shoe! Humans need training too! Corgi On!! Thanks Laurie!! Excellent choices! But then there are no bad choices in cori-love!
Thanks for another uplifting post! I look forward to reading your blog, seeing the awesome corgis and the happy people they share their lives with.
Judy & Max
I love this! Thanks so much for including me and my fur baby, I love sharing our pics with you, and well, Ritzy of course is the typical corgi and loves the attention!