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Costumed corgis parade through Fort Collins

Corgis of all shapes, sizes, colors and mixes flooded into Civic Center Park donning various costumes, barking at one another in excitement. Costumes included a hairy mermaid, a loaf of wonder bread and a hot dog, which was a popular costume this year.  The 3rd Annual Tour De Corgi, also known as “the corgi parade,” began […]

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The Difference Between The Pembroke Welsh Corgi And Other Herding Dogs

The difference between the Pembroke Welsh Corgi and other herding dogs is that the Pembroke drives the herd rather than herding. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is considered the smallest dog in the herding group. They are small, but they are fearless and can drive cattle better than any other herding dog. Their small bodies give […]

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Bonding With The Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Bonding with your Pembroke Welsh Corgi will be easier than with some other breeds. The reason is that the Corgis love to be around people and adapt to being next to you wherever you go. They are followers when it comes to their owners. They will want to be with you in whatever room of […]

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What To Look For When Choosing A Pembroke Welsh Corgi

If you are looking for a puppy and have decided on a Pembroke Welsh Corgi, you need to know what to look for and what the American Kennel Club standards are for the breed. This will include overall health, size, temperament, and socialization with people, dog color and the way they move. A good breeder […]

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We Went to a Corgi Picnic Meetup And It Was Pawesome

On August 18th, the annual NJ Frap Pack Corgi Picnic took place at Fords Park in Woodbridge, New Jersey. 111 corgis (plus their hoomanz) were in attendance this year, including some new puppy members that we all took turns petting and swooning over. The annual picnic is organized by Marc and Cynthia Dalangin, the founders of the […]

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