A Somewhat Brief Appreciation Of Corgis

Corgis are the best dogs and it’s not even close, at least from my perspective. I mentioned during the summer of 2020 that they were my favorite dog breed. I want a corgi more than anything, in terms of being a dog owner, well, in addition to a basset hound. There’s just something so magical about these adorable dogs.

Corgis are known for being affectionate, loving pups. I would love a dog like that. I have been diagnosed with Major Depressive Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. In addition to that, I suspect I possibly could also be living with Borderline Personality Disorder, although I have yet to be diagnosed. A Corgi would be an amazing companion. He or she will give me lots of love and cheer me up when I’m going through the roughest patches of all rough patches.

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An adorable Tri-Color Corgi (Credit: Pinterest)

In addition, Corgis love getting plenty of exercise. Currently, I’m training for a marathon/half-marathon/fun run/charity jog. Considering the adorable dogs’ activity enjoyment, they would be the perfect four-legged personal trainers. The furry child can get a nice walk in, and I can get extra ready for the charity exercise event. It’s a two in one bonus!

Not only are Corgis loyal doggies, but they also are protective. They have acute senses and have a big bark in a small package. My very first post on the blog was about how I was almost always scared for my safety in college. Their protective senses will help me feel calmer and safer.

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A very happy Pembroke Welsh Corgi (Credit: Vetstreet)

I’m also in love with their cute little bodies! They are potatoes mixed with bread loaves mixed with sausages. They are fluffy little angel baby unicorns. That made little sense, but nevertheless they are cute. I remember in college I petted a very good girl named Mo. She was a very cute, very loving pup. She gave me kisses on the hand and cheek. I loved spending time with that doggy very much.

Lastly, they are loved in British royalty! In fact, for the past several decades, Queen Elizabeth II has been a corgi owner. She got her very first Corgi, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi named Dookie, in 1933. She has had at least one ever since. That goes to show how wonderful they are!

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A Corgi kissing booth (Credit: The Daily Corgi)

I hope one day to be a Corgi mama. I know that if I get a boy doggy, his name will be Nathan after Nathan MacKinnon, and if I get a girl Corgi, I will name her Zendaya after the very talented actress. I hope to be surrounded by all the Corgi content forever.



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