Posts tagged corgi
Posts tagged corgi
Cardi corgi / button quail griffons.
A comic about how I, a non-corgi owner, feel when I run into people with corgis.
submitted by Olivia H.
Corgichow mix in a labcoat. Because SCIENCE.
First of all - I admit, I can’t figure out how to do stuff on Tumblr to save my life. So a huge shout out to Corgiaddict, who is awesome, and you should totally be watching for your daily Corgi fix. I do! I love looking at pictures of other people’s dogs! (And Pudge is da Fluffy Bomb, he is. XD)
Aw, I’ve had now a couple of messages asking me if my dogs are Corgi mixes - nope, they are all purebred corgis - 3 are Cardigan Welsh Corgis, and one Pembroke (Riley.) Cardigans come in two extra colors in the show standard than Pembroke Corgis — they come in blue merle and brindle. The brindle (which is what Caleb here is) varies in shade from almost a black to a seal brown to - well, this color, which they call red-brindle. Some folks call it “copper” brindle. To be honest, it’s not often you see a dog like Caleb, with the red base being super bright, and the black being very black against the coat. Cardigan Corgi trivia for the day part two! :D (I love talking about this breed, they’re fantastic and relatively unknown dogs, but very very different than Pembrokes!)
He is all Corgi though, I promise! :D And sorta derpy. His nickname here at the house and among my show dog friends is “The Zoolander,” he’s all pretty boy and he sure knows it!
As much as I love showing off Simon, I adore Caleb just as much. He is a very hamsome Cardigan with a FANTASTIC coloring. When I was first researching Cardigans, I thought all of them had brindle points / coloring like Caleb. But nope! Caleb is pretty rare and he knows it!
Hello gorgeous creature.
For Kit. <:
Crappy camera photo instead of a scan but oh well. Did a lot of playing around with colors pencils while on my trip and I like how it looks in person at least rofl.
I was looking for background references and I don’t know what happened but suddenly I was looking at
lots and lots of
and they were so cute
and then Kit told me to draw a corgi with skunk markings and then I
it’s all Kit’s fault
Ah-HA! Here we see a Corgi Tree (corgum splendiferous) in full bloom.
Note the lovely Corgi Grins, perfect for luring you in for a vigorous licking, from which your only escape is an equally enthusiastic scritching between the ears.
help I want a corgi tree someone help sdflajdkjfasfs