Corgi Walk

This is the 16th year of this annual event, and this year’s theme is Superheroes. You and your Corgis are invited to come dressed as your favorite superheroes. Following the walk, there will be a costume show hosted by Stacey Durbin and her Corgi Brewster. The Portland Pet Food Company will be giving all entrants to the costume show a treat bag.

Following the costume show, AKC dog trick trainer, Sassafras Lowrey, will teach participating Corgis how to do tricks such as spinning in a circle, going through a tunnel, walking a plank, hoop jumping, weaving between a person’s legs, and other amazing tricks.

Your $25 dollar (per Corgi) registration includes a scarf and photo of your Corgi.

Schedule of events:

9 a.m. Onsite registration (Advance registration information can be found on event website)

10 a.m. Walk begins

11 a.m. Corgi costume show

12 p.m. Dog Trick Training

This event is a fundraising event for the Corgi Assistance Fund which provides resources for Corgis with serious medical or behavioral issues. The Corgi Walk was started in 2007 by dog fancier Lynde Paule, to raise money to care for injured, abused, abandoned, and/or neglected dogs, specifically Corgis. In 2019, the mission was expanded to include disabled Corgis with disc diseases such