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Cardigan and Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Corgis are charming, short, sturdy little dogs with a spirited disposition and an eager work ethic. With their perky ears and wide, grinning smile, Corgi turn heads wherever they go! According to legend, the Corgi was originally a gift from the forest fairies, and the breed’s distinct markings were supposedly left by the fairies’ harnesses […]


How I Got Rejected by Two (Count ’em!) Corgis On My Summer Vacation

On a recent vacation in the Pacific Northwest, I was lucky enough to meet a couple of Pembroke Welsh Corgis. (You bet ‘yer boots my eyes were peeled for local low riders!) I spied this charmer at a Sunday Farmer’s Market, in the delightfully dog-centric Seattle neighborhood of Ballard. Those fingers making like there’s food […]


Corgi Couldn’t Be Prouder Of The Garden She Planted With Her Poop

You might say this little corgi, named Meya, has something of a green thumb bum. In fact, from that round and furry rear end of hers, an actual garden has grown. And Meya couldn’t be more delighted. It all began last October, when the 2-year-old corgi decided to help herself to some seasonal decorations her […]


What to Do With an Aggressive Corgi?

Aggressive corgis can be trained to be a endearing as they look. The corgi, a dog breed so ridiculously appealing that he has surpassed even cats in some Internet meme circles, might be cute as a button dressed up as a banana for Halloween, but some corgis have an aggressive streak. Because corgis were bred […]


Grooming Tips for Corgis

The corgi’s short, fluffy coat doesn’t require much effort to keep it looking its best, one of many reasons the breed makes a great pet. Grooming takes less than 10 minutes, and unless your stubby-legged pal loves to roll in smelly things, he probably won’t need a bath too often. Feed Him Right The first […]

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