Monthly Archives: January 2013

Corgis in the Snow Merchandise Benefits Pet Food Supply at Food Bank

Corgis in the Snow TeeMarla Goodman illustrated the poster for our Feb. 23 2013 Corgis in the Snow play day with help from her corgi model, Wally. The art is available on Cafepress for purchase on sweatshirts, tee shirts, mugs and other merchandise. (To order Corgis in the Snow merchandise, Click HERE.)

A low markup has been applied to the Corgis in the Snow merchandise, from which all proceeds will be used to purchase dog food to donate to the Gallatin Valley Food Bank in Bozeman, MT. (The markup was reduced to 0% after the event, so corgis in the snow merchandise is still available, but no longer includes a donation.)

You can find more info about the Corgis in the Snow event on this blog, and on our GVCC Facebook page.

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Corgis in the Snow Slated for Feb 23, 2013

corgis in the snow

photo by Tiffany Feisthamel at Cabo Studios. Thanks Tiffany!

We’ve set a date for our Corgis in the Snow event!

Fun-loving corgis and people are invited to join the Gallatin Valley Corgi Club at the first annual Corgis in the Snow play day, Saturday, February 23 from 1 to 3 pm. Corgi owners and spectators need not be club members to come and enjoy this special all-corgi romp with games, treats and the thrilling spectacle of the Gallatin Valley’s first-ever winter corgi races.

Here’s what we know so far:

The event will benefit the Gallatin Valley Food Bank’s pet food supply. If anybody knows that dogs get hungry, it’s corgis! (Especially after a hard day of playing in the snow!)

We decided to hold the play day at the dog park at the Heart of the Valley Animal Shelter (West Paw Park) at 1549 Cameron East Bridge Road, between Bozeman and Belgrade. Their facility will be perfect for easy parking, and they have a safe, fenced area for corgi related snow romping.

Participants and spectators are urged to bring pet food donations to enrich the food bank’s pet food larder during these chilly winter months. All corgis, and people, are welcome!

We’ll be posting updates on our GVCC Facebook page, and on this blog, so tell your corgi to look forward to some fun in February and stay tuned!

PS – if you want to outfit yourself or your corgi with Gallatin Valley Corgi Club clothing or merchandise, you can order from the cafe press site here – or corgi snow patrol merchandise here.