OCD: Obsessive Corgi Disorder

Jul 22

Hemingway making life look easy! 

Hemingway making life look easy! 

Hemingway Honey. Our latest addition

Hemingway Honey. Our latest addition

From Bicycling magazine, November 2013, page 67. Photo by Winni Wintermeyer, who holds copyright and granted permission.

From Bicycling magazine, November 2013, page 67. Photo by Winni Wintermeyer, who holds copyright and granted permission.

My handsome baby finally has his eyes open! Can’t wait until I can scream, “THIS IS SPARTA!” to unsuspecting victims! :D

My handsome baby finally has his eyes open! Can’t wait until I can scream, “THIS IS SPARTA!” to unsuspecting victims! :D

Stumpy Bentley loves nomming on his toys.
Submitted by: Bentleyandcorgski

Stumpy Bentley loves nomming on his toys.

Submitted by: Bentleyandcorgski

Jul 20

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http://buff-a-rella.tumblr.com/post/91087106582/whaaa -

Whaaa???

Hi I’m  Finn and I am a prisoner of love.

Hi I’m  Finn and I am a prisoner of love.

Abbey and Pipa playing Hide and Seek.submitted by Larry and Diana Heiken

Abbey and Pipa playing Hide and Seek.
submitted by Larry and Diana Heiken

Jul 19

trinketbaby:

Brother, you got something on your face. Hold still while I get it for you.

trinketbaby:

Brother, you got something on your face. Hold still while I get it for you.

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kazmius said: What's the heaviest (alternatively, most difficult) thing you've ever balanced on your cute little fuzzy head?

thingsonhazelshead:

"Awoof raruff woof awuff woooof"

(The sixteen-ton rocket was pretty heavy.)

It was some party last night! 

It was some party last night! 

Jul 18

My Henry.  About 1 hour ago, we were playing ball in the front yard.  But Henry didn’t want to play; he started barking and listening and then barking again.  Then I heard someone crying.  I ran two houses away where our older neighbor lady had just fallen out her front door and was laying on the concrete step crying.  Our neighbor lady turned out okay.  And so did my Henry.

My Henry.  About 1 hour ago, we were playing ball in the front yard.  But Henry didn’t want to play; he started barking and listening and then barking again.  Then I heard someone crying.  I ran two houses away where our older neighbor lady had just fallen out her front door and was laying on the concrete step crying.  Our neighbor lady turned out okay.  And so did my Henry.