This is Gus (registered name Medium Gustard with Sprinkles). He makes everyday better. Coming home to his corgi butt and love is what I look forward to! Love his corgi personality and cuddles. ❤️
— Olivia Danylko
I’m grateful for this cutie (and his beagle sisfur). He always greets me with a smile and is my constant shadow. It’s so comforting when he crawls up to the top of the bed to snuggle in the middle of the night (even if it makes my husband mad). There is never any lack of giggles and love with this guy around.
— Amanda Lane
My Emma Jo came along at just the right moment in my life. I had just lost my husband and my 10-year-old corgi within a two week period. I got her for Mothers Day in 2016 and she is the brightest spot in my day. 🌞 💖
— Pamela Bryant
Our new, sweet baby Ollie. He is our 14 year- old’s, mostly (she saved all her babysitting money to put towards him) and even though he came to live with us only earlier this week, we are crazy in love.
— Amy Goodrum Petersen
(Editor’s note: look at those pink toe beans!)
Peyton and Eli came to us during a difficult time. My sister Judy Hoeler lost her corgi Yogi. I will claim he was mine as well, because we were roommates and that darn dog stole and eventually broke my heart. I told Judy I would support whatever she wanted to do about getting another corgi after Yogi had died. Not as a replacement but an addition to our family, for Yogs could never be replaced. As fate would have it, she found these two lovely boys and they filled very big holes left in our hearts. I believe Yogi picked them for us because you can see a little bit of him in both of them. So I am grateful for them for being the cheeky boys that Yogi was.❤️❤️🐶🐶
— Patty Hoeler
Taffy is funny, personable, talented, pushy, demanding and makes us wonder what we laughed at before she came to run our home! She’s 12 years old, the little big sister to 3 year old Annie, who has learned to lay flat on the floor to play with her! Taffy’s hobbies include being driven through various drive through coffee shops to collect her doggy treats, napping on the ratty old coat, meals, rolling in the grass and being first for every dog activity. (Going outside, leaving her crate, entering her crate, getting in and out of the car, eating, snack hand outs, pictures) ….
— Kathy Vernam
Thank you, my Hendrix. The greatest gift life has ever given to me when i was at the bottom of the pit. He helped me in becoming a responsible adult, he is here through hard and good times for 5 years now, followed me through 7 moving, and I’m grateful for every day I spend with him. He’s my funny, loving, smart, and goofy fluffy ball of love. He has changed my life forever and for the best!
— Isabelle Duguey
Merlyn is my soul dog. He is my shadow and simply loves life. You cannot stay angry or sad with him around. We have 6 stray cats that came to our house and fell in love with him and they claimed him. More mouths to feed, but it’s worth it.
— Tracy Poole Sheets
Amanda Lane says
I realized I did not include my baby’s name in my post. The nameless pup is Wrigley.
Laurie Eno says
Glad you supplied that! I have added his name.