A few months ago, we posted an interview featuring Sherrill and Andy from Memory Plush. They were preparing to launch their Kickstarter campaign for their very first Memory Plush… Waffles the Corgi! To no surprise, they met their goal in only 8 hours and ended their incredible campaign with over 1000 backers.
HOLY CORGIBUTTS! Nearly 1000 corgis, 938 to be exact, attended the Summer Edition of NorCal Corgi Con held at Ocean Beach, San Francisco on July 17th. It was the biggest Corgi Con event they’ve had to date. I was following along on Instagram and Facebook, and the organizers (aka the execucorg team) did a wonderful job hosting this giant event. There were corgi contests, a Corgi Market (which a lot of our Maker friends participated in) and overall tons of corgibutt fun in the sun.
Jill Lee is the owner of CustomDogJackets, located in Maryland, USA. Her motto is “We Fit Hard to Fit Dogs” and she specializes in custom attire for dogs of all shapes and sizes, especially hard to fit breeds like corgis, dachshunds, and more. Each piece is handmade with love, customized to your own pup’s measurements.
Guest Post Written By: Elizabeth Garcia (https://www.instagram.com/alister.thecorgi/)
In this guest blog, I would like to share with you the story of how I decided to make a pet emergency kit for my corgi, Alister. I will explain why an emergency kit can come in handy in a crisis. Also, I will discuss how you can design your own kit with online resources available to you. Hopefully, this will inspire you to create a bag for your pet(s). First off, let me introduce the reason for this article, Alister. He is a 1 year old Pembroke Welsh Corgi.