7 Things You Will See at Corgi Beach Day

7 Things You Will See at Corgi Beach Day

Mar 22, 2017Joseph Hotter

The First Corgi Beach Day of 2017 is headed to Huntington Beach on April 8th! And Healthy Spot is proud to be the Premier Sponsor for the biggest Corgi pawty on the planet! Corgi Beach Day brings in hundreds of adorable Corgi pups to the shores of the Pacific Ocean for a day of fun in the sun. In honor of this fun event we have compiled a list of 7 things you will see at Corgi Beach Day! 


A Good Cause

Corgi Beach Day will also be helping to raise money for Queen’s Best Stumpy Dog Rescue which saves special needs corgis and corgi mixes in California. Healthy Spot is also doing its part to help Queen’s Best Stumpy Dog Rescue by donating 10% of every Bully Sticky bundle purchase at HealthySpot.com/Corgi when you use promotion code "CBD". Plus, you will receive 20% off your first order with code "CBD". 


7 Things You Will See 

You can expect tons of cute pups romping and rolling on the sand and in the water. But there are some sightings that you just can’t miss. We’ve partnered with our friends at So Cal Corgi Nation to compile a list of 7 things you are guaranteed to see at the upcoming beach day!

1. Corgi Fanatics

They come from near and far, some even flying in, to hang out in Surf City, USA as over 600 Corgis invade the beach. The sight of momos (Corgi butts) waddling across the sand is too adorable not to smile at.


2. Dressed Up Corgis

It doesn’t have to be Halloween to have an excuse to dress up your pup and Corgi lovers know that. Which is why you’ll see dozens of Corgis in costume roaming around looking like bananas, horses, and sharks.

3. Hawaiian Print 

It’s Tiki themed! Which means you’ll be seeing a lot of Aloha on the beach as Corgis run around wearing Hawaiian shirts. Nothing like a luau with a bunch of furry friends to entertain you.

4. Healthy Spot

Come visit us! We’re not just the Premier Sponsor of the event, we’re also setting up a Healthy Spot Vendor Village. All your favorite brands will be giving away treats and samples. We love working with Corgi Beach Day and the vendor village is our way of bringing an even better experience to the event. Stop by and say “Hi!”

5. Queen’s Best Stumpy Dog Rescue

While the event started as a way to bring Corgi enthusiasts together, it’s grown into something much larger and what better way to grow than to help others along the way? This Corgi Beach Day mission is to bring awareness to Queen’s Best Stumpy Dog Rescue and raise funds for Corgis in need. QBSDR saves special needs Corgis, senior Corgis, and Corgi mixes from high-kill shelters and helps them find their forever home. We’ve created a Bully Stick Bundle to help raise money for QBSDR with 10% of each sale being donated to QBSDR when you use code "CBD" at checkout. 

6. Uber Talented Corgis

Corgis aren’t just cute, they’re also smart. There will be a talent show to showcase Corgis with special skills. Come watch these Corgis work their momos off to entertain Corgi enthusiasts.


7. Dog Sun Accessories

Spending a day at the beach means dressing appropriately. Not just the humans, but also the pups! Is there any more amusing sight than Corgis wearing sunglasses, tiny hats, tiny water jackets, pup sized swimming goggles, or bathing suits? We think not.



        Healthy Spot

        At Healthy Spot, we understand that dogs are more than just pets; they are family. That’s why we’re committed to providing, even the most discerning pet owners, with a full range of wholesome, organic food lines as well as a wide selection of safe and eco-friendly toys, treats, training tools, grooming products, and services. We track every pet food recall and stock only the highest quality products. Rest assured, if it’s Healthy Spot approved, it’s safe. We hope to see you at the event so you can witness the 7 things you will see at corgi beach day for yourself! 

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