Cardigan Welsh Corgis are far more than just “the Corgi with the tail.” Did you know the history of this fascinating breed goes back even further than the Pembroke Welsh Corgi? Last year I ran a wonderful guest post titled Cardigan Welsh Corgis 101 by Canadian owner/breeder Shelley Camm, and it’s worth a read.
This particular post is from a few years ago. You might see a few familiar faces here. If one of them is your dog, I’d love to see an updated pic! If you’ve got a Cardigan you’d like to have featured on the blog, I am ready and waiting for your photos. Tell me a little about your stubby heroes. If your Cardigan has been on the blog before now, feel free to send fresh images and fill me in on their adventures.
Yup, it’s time for another major CARDIGAN ROLL CALL, folks. Send me your stuff today: firstname.lastname@example.org. Put “cardigan” in the subject line. I’m waiting! I’m excited! It’s show and tell time for those wonderful Cardigan Welsh Corgis.
Seeley, Ronny, Annee, Ferris
Eight year-old Oreo doesn’t let blindness from PRA (progressive retinal atrophy) keep him from therapy dog work with Human Animal Bond in Tennessee (H.A.B.I.T.). Go Oreo GO!
All these little dogs are so lovely!!
angela kline says
Each one so unique and precious.