Shenanigans of a corgi



Stubbie, who now only answers to 'Stu', was named for his stumptastic legs. His little brofur, Yoshi, was named after our love of Super Mario Brothers.



Follow the adventures of these vertically challenged balls of fur!




Name: Stubbie 'Stu'
Breed: Pembroke Welsh Corgi
Color: Red and White
Birthday: January 6th, 2011



Name: Yoshi
Breed: Pembroke Welsh Corgi
Color: Red Headed Tri-Color
Birthday: September 24th, 2012
Background Illustrations provided by: http://edison.rutgers.edu/

Happy 2nd Birthday to one of the cutest, spunkiest, bestest corgi puppies ever….. YOSHI!!!!

You have been a handful since we first gotcha, & always keep us on our toes; but we wouldn’t have it any other way! =)
We love you Yoshi!!
I’m sure Stu loves you too! (Except when you try and steal his treats!)

*more bday pics to come later!*

Stu swimming & Yoshi cheering him on from the sidelines! 

Stu: ‘Are you watching me Da?’

Reblogged from captain-corgi  286 notes
captain-corgi:

Captain Corgi can use your help!
I hate, hate, hate asking people for help or money or anything, but I’m at a place in my life where it’s come to asking for help, or digging myself into a deeper financial hole.  I’m struggling, but I try my hardest to make sure that I have everything I need to take care of the best thing in my life - Kali.
She has reoccurring issues with her health whether it’s skin allergies, food allergies, or whatever.  She couldn’t eat the vet-prescribed food either, so every 2-3 years she would get bladder stones.  According to her bodily schedule, she shouldn’t get them until next year.
They’ve arrived early and I am extremely unprepared.
I’ve set up a gofundme for this because I am that desperate.  If you can’t donate, I understand.  This is, after all, not your problem to deal with - it’s mine.
$400 will get me the basic care (blood work to confirm, possible x-rays, medication, and the special food that dissolves the stones that she can, thankfully eat).  $600 will get me started on a new plan my vet has with new food (that she can hopefully eat) that will hopefully keep this from happening again.
I can’t offer much, but I can offer something.  Please contact me if you would like something in exchange for your donation - I have over two thousand Disney pins (most of them Stitch) that I can mail to you.  Or I have a collection of bells or other knick knacks.Anything will help, thank you.

Signal boost!!  Help this cutie corgi!

captain-corgi:

Captain Corgi can use your help!

I hate, hate, hate asking people for help or money or anything, but I’m at a place in my life where it’s come to asking for help, or digging myself into a deeper financial hole.  I’m struggling, but I try my hardest to make sure that I have everything I need to take care of the best thing in my life - Kali.

She has reoccurring issues with her health whether it’s skin allergies, food allergies, or whatever.  She couldn’t eat the vet-prescribed food either, so every 2-3 years she would get bladder stones.  According to her bodily schedule, she shouldn’t get them until next year.

They’ve arrived early and I am extremely unprepared.

I’ve set up a gofundme for this because I am that desperate.  If you can’t donate, I understand.  This is, after all, not your problem to deal with - it’s mine.

$400 will get me the basic care (blood work to confirm, possible x-rays, medication, and the special food that dissolves the stones that she can, thankfully eat).  $600 will get me started on a new plan my vet has with new food (that she can hopefully eat) that will hopefully keep this from happening again.

I can’t offer much, but I can offer something.  Please contact me if you would like something in exchange for your donation - I have over two thousand Disney pins (most of them Stitch) that I can mail to you.  Or I have a collection of bells or other knick knacks.

Anything will help, thank you.

Signal boost!! Help this cutie corgi!