It's that time of the year again. Let's put our corgis in costumes (if we can) and take Green Lake by storm. (I think it is the event of the year aside from camping, picnics, hiking, dog shows and birthday parties). We will try to get a group photo of the dogs in the costumes before we begin our walk so if your corgi needs to disrobe before walking we at least have it on record that you tried.
I challenge any owner to come in costume as well. Maybe we will have prizes.
So start thinking about your costumes now.
A word of precaution, whenever a group of dogs get together there is always a chance of an altercation. Although this is rare, please be cautious and use common sense when meeting new dogs. Each dog has a different temperment and tolerance. Always check with the owner before allowing your dog to greet another. Corgis are herding dogs, bred to drive cattle and sheep by barking and nipping at heels. It is natural behavior and some corgis have a stronger herding instinct than others. All dogs will benefit from a pack walk and usually get along fine when moving forward. When activity stops, however, some dogs require more personal space. Please be aware of and respect this.