New Puppies!

Our Billie Jean and Wonderpond’s Stevie

Stevie (L) and Billie Jean (R)

The happy couple!

Billie Jean and her puppies. Three boys (red and white) and two girls (tri-color).

We Had a Great Time!

The Port Townsend Rhody Parade was great this year after two years of Covid-19 cancellations.

We had fourteen corgis in all. We love this because from each block ahead we get to hear, “Oh look! The corgis are coming!”

We had fourteen corgis with us in the 2022 Rhody Parade.

Join Us for the Rhody Parade

Saturday, May 21, 2022 • The Port Townsend Rhody Festival!

After the week-long events celebrating our town as the Rhody capital of the U.S., we get to enjoy the Rhody Grand Parade. Marching bands, floats, car clubs, equestrians, our Rhody Queen and her Court… it’s small-town America at its best.

Bring your Pembrokes and Cardigans and join us as we march in this year’s Rhody Parade. You’ll get to hear from each block ahead, “Oh look! The corgis are coming!” There’s nothing like it.

Between 12 and 12:30 p.m., we assemble at a staging area just off Lawrence ahead of the parade start. We’ll find out that location on Saturday morning.

At 1 p.m., the parade begins at the corner of Lawrence and Harrison Streets in Uptown Port Townsend [map here]. We walk about a mile to the finish, and it’s mostly downhill.

Link to the Rhody Festival website.

This was us at last year’s, last-minute, very small, Rhody Parade in August. The entire festival was postponed in 2020 due to COVID-19. We’re glad it’s back for 2022.

Annie Marie Wins Her Class

Annie won her 6 to 9-month puppy class at the Peninsula Dog Fanciers’ Shows in Bremerton, WA, this last weekend. She walked in with confidence like she owned the place. We’re really proud of her.

VP Corgis Heart’s Desire for Rockshire