Corgi MN day!

Today was a scheduled Corgi Minnesota get together! A couple times a summer fellow corgi lovers meet up at dog parks around the twin cities to let the corgis play. Usually our group can be quite annoying as corgis just love to chase other dogs, especially dogs chasing after balls. But today not many corgis were able to make it, the weather being downcast didn't help. I think there were six corgis by the end.

But not to be deterred, the small group zoomed after the ball!
Luckily for the group, a little retriever was brought along to help bring the balls back!
Oh Lance!

Even when he didn't make it there first, Vito just waited patiently until the ball was inevitably dropped along the way.
The corgis could generally outsprint little Vito but he knew that he could carry the ball to someone's hand shortly
Soon the gang was pooped so Adam decided to try a little agility obstacles with the dogs. Tunnel!
Lance's turn! Umm...Lance?
I guess he just needed a little help
Pooped puppies

Esther  – ( June 22, 2009 at 8:44 AM )  

Yay, looks like it was fun! I usually prefer a smaller group than a larger one :) Vito is the pseudo-Corgi, hehe!

Honey the Great Dane  – ( June 22, 2009 at 9:49 PM )  

Ha! Ha! Thanks for your comment and suggestion about Honey working with the Swiss's a cute idea but I don't think my husband would be very happy about that!! :-)


Honey the Great Dane  – ( June 23, 2009 at 6:01 PM )  

Hi Lance & Vito,

Just to let you know that I'm adding you to my list of blog friends so I can keep up with your updates...hope that's OK!

Honey the Great Dane

ClassyChassy  – ( June 24, 2009 at 11:43 AM )  

That looks like such fun~ the hollow log is fantastic - wish we had one of those in our yard! So neat!

Kristi W.  – ( June 25, 2009 at 8:16 AM )  

What a cute-fest. All those corgis in one place.

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