Corgi Beach Day’s a doggone good time in Huntington Beach
Torch, 16, with owner Chantel Bristol of Arizona, is the winner of the Cutest Cardigan Contest during Corgi Beach Day presented by So Cal Corgi Nation at Dog Beach in Huntington Beach on Saturday.(Leo Jarzomb)
Corgis line up for the Cutest Cardigan Contest during Corgi Beach Day on Saturday. Corgis are those squat, fox-faced Welsh herding dogs favored by Queen Elizabeth II.(Leo Jarzomb)
Rick Garcia, left, and Nicholas Hosking of West Hollywood parade their bevy of corgis on their way to winning the Tiki Costume Contest during Corgi Beach Day.(Leo Jarzomb)
June, with owner Emily McCarthy of Loma Linda, dons a gingham skirt for the Cutest Cardigan Contest during Corgi Beach Day in Huntington Beach on Saturday.(Leo Jarzomb)
Double amputee Panda, who was rescued from a backyard puppy mill in San Diego, after a presentation from the Queen’s Best Stumpy Dog Rescue organization during Corgi Beach Day in Huntington Beach on Saturday.(Leo Jarzomb)
Short Stack and owner Tiffany Jensen, of Riverside, pose for a photo during Corgi Beach Day in Huntington Beach on Saturday.(Leo Jarzomb)
A litany of little legs pawed the sand at Huntington Dog Beach on Saturday during Corgi Beach Day.
The event, presented twice a year in Huntington Beach by So Cal Corgi Nation, featured a tiki-themed costume contest, a limbo competition, a coconut cream pie-eating contest and various corgi-centric activities.
Vendors offered wares geared toward owners and fans of the stumpy but spirited Welsh herding dogs, while an array of food trucks and beverages were available for two-legged guests.
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