August 2nd was the Annual Pacific Northwest Corgi Picnic and this year, an estimated 150+ corgis and their humans attended.
In attendance were corgis of all shapes, sizes, colors, and ages.
Even non-corgis had the privilege to attend (if they dared).
Anyone in need of a corgi fix certainly got their fill today!
Corgi smiles and derpy faces roamed the grounds in droves.
And with those smiles came the corgi butts
Some corgis made new friends
Some of which will undoubtedly last a lifetime.
I am continuously learning from dogs, and observing the corgis today has pointed out some things I feel I should share so that everyone may know more about Corgwn:
Corgi fur varies a great deal in length and color.
There’s the traditional length
The puffier ones
And the fluffies!
Pembrokes come in red and white
but Cardis, they have many more color options!
Some corgis are lap dogs
Others require a chair of their own
Most corgis walk
A lot of corgis run
Some have their own set of wheels
Still others demand to be carried, [please]
Corgis can be very social and playful
Corgis may prefer to roam with their own
Sometimes, corgi prefer to relax
Or maybe they’d rather be alone
Some corgis enjoy water
Some REALLY enjoy water
But there are corgis that heartily judge those who find water to be anything but despicable
Some corgis want to get to know their fellow corgis
Others try to figure out these non-corgi-but-not-quite-human creatures
Some would just really love to be pet all day long
But of course, one thing about corgis has always been true, always will be true, and is simply irrefutable:
Corgis love to eat.
Slowly, the corgi clan became dirty, wet, and just plain tuckered out, and eventually all went on their merry corgi way.
A HUGE thanks to Kathy, Leo and their corgi family for hosting this magnificent event!
Unless otherwise stated, all pictures were taken and belong to me, Lindsay Hayward. If you would like to use these pictures for your own purposes, I would love to share! Please email me just to let me know, and I may have a better version for your usage (many of these can be cropped differently, so if you’re partially in it now, I may have the original with you all in!). My email address is DevyntheCorgi@icloud.com or just leave a comment! Please tell me which pup is yours; I’d love to put a name to these faces! I love to nerd out about corgis (duh), so feel free to do the same!
If you want to do more with large groups of corgis, check out the Corgi’s R Us Meetup Group!
For information about the annual corgi picnic, check out Kathy and Leo’s website.
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