Don’t forget that next Saturday – May 6 – is our Spring Match and Obedience Trial. Venue is the Patuxent River 4H Center. Registration Starts at 9:30. The schedule has changed a bit, so double-check on the Upcoming Events page for updated details.
Mark your Calendar for the Pem Fun Fair on June 24th!
The Pembroke Club Fun Fair is back at the Ruritan Club in Johnsville on June 24th and Cardis are invited! This is always a great time!
January 27-29 at Timonium Fairgrounds. Baltimore Corgi Races at the World of Pets Expo! Some will run, some will play, but all will have fun! There will be one practice race and seven total races over the weekend and prizes for the top three of every race. You won’t want to miss out on the fun! email to enter your Corgi! (not a club event, but sounds like fun!)
This will be a great opportunity to get an AKC Trick title for your dog. If you already have a GCG, you need only five more tricks for the NOVICE TRICK DOG TITLE. We are hoping to have one of our members, Taryn Tipton to share her training techniques for trick dogs.
We are going to have the following games for our members and their Cardis. There will be a very nice prize for the winner of each event, and there will be no entry fees.
Hot Dog Diving- Each dog will have 60 seconds to grab and munch as many hot dog pieces as possible from a shallow pool of water.
Tee Shirt Race- Each handler is given a tee shirt. When the game begins, the handler must put the shirt over the dog’s head, the front paws through the sleeves. Then the two must race to the finish line.
Musical Mats- Mats are placed in a circle with one fewer mat than the number of dogs. When the music starts, the dogs and handlers march around the mats. When the music stops, the dogs and handlers race to an available mat. A dog without a mat is out. The last team with a mat wins.
These games provide laughter and fun for Cardis and humans. Hope to see you on Saturday.
The photo contest is open to all amateur photographers who are members of CCWCC. Here’s how it works:
1. Review the Submission Guidelines and Important Photo Information.
2. Select the category of your photo:
3. Include your name, telephone number, and dog’s name for each entry.
4. Email your digital photos to
5. New Entry deadline: Saturday, August 13, 2022
There will not be an entry fee this year.
Entries are limited to two photos per membership for each category, but no more than five photos total.
You must own the rights to the photo you are submitting. No official dog show/event photos, please. Also, no professional photos taken by anyone else.
Entries must be high-resolution digital photos (this is needed for printing of the calendar).
Photos chosen for the calendar may be cropped, resized, and/or edited to fit specific calendar sizes and guidelines.
IMPORTANT PHOTO INFORMATION
Each photo must include at least one Cardigan, but multiple Cardis are acceptable.
Photos must not include humans or other dog breeds.
Photos may be from a previous year if they were not winners or chosen for the calendar.
After the entry deadline closes, all club members will receive a pdf containing all the entries, which will be numbered and organized by category. You simply select the number of the photo you choose as the Best Photo in each category and email that back to us by the due date included in the email. We will tally the totals and send out a final email announcing the winners. Winners in each category and the Best In Show winner will receive a pdf certificate.
How to Purchase a Calendar Club members will be notified when the 2023 CCWCC Calendar is available for sale.
Calendars can be purchased in person at the Club Specialty on October 15, 2022, at the Howard County Fairgrounds.
They can also be purchased by mail. Further details to come.
Submitting an entry constitutes permission for the CCWCC to use your photo in other club publications. You will retain the rights to your own photos and can use them any way you choose.