Upcoming Events






  Yep! We're gonna do it again!

The 2019 Annual Kansas Corgi Gathering will be Sat. Oct. 26 from 1-4 p.m. at Summer's Palace, just outside Topeka, Ks. It's our 8th year!!! T-shirts are on sale now on a pre-order, pre-pay basis. There are chances available now to win this really cool corgi quilt.2019 Quilt








Stop!! Mark you calendar. The FIFTH Annual Kansas Corgi Gathering will be 1-4 p.m. Sat., Oct. 29, 2016 at Summer's Palace, just outside Topeka, KS. More details to follow and be sure to check out the Facebook page.




If you didn't get to the 2015 Gathering, here's a link to have a look at what you missed!



The FOURTH Annual Kansas Corgi Gathering is Oct. 24, 2015!!! 1-4 P.M.

Same location as last year:

Summer's Palace

11731 SW 49th St.

Topeka, KS 

Held at an indoor horse arena where corgis run free

Activities include:

Corgi races

Costume contest

Silent auction with TONS of unique items

Raffle drawing for the Corgi Bench pictured below and 2nd and 3rd drawings for other 
great items.





As we get closer to the FOURTH ANNUAL KANSAS CORGI GATHERING, there are a few things to mention.

Most importantly; BE MINDFUL OF YOUR DOG(S). If you know she can get overly excited or somewhat aggressive with a large pack of dogs please make arrangements to keep him contained either with a crate, x-pen or on leash. The same goes for a shy, less confident dog. Give him a safe place and don't over stress them.

Rabble-rousers will not be tolerated and could be asked to leave. NO EXCUSES.

First off - Please pick up after yourself and your dog(s). The people who so graciously let us use their facility free of charge do so because we have left it as clean as we found it in years past. Every bit you don't think is important enough to pick up leaves more for me and my husband to do at the end of the day. This includes inside and outside the arena.

Secondly - There is NO fee for this event and NO pre-registration. You will be asked to sign in however.

Thirdly - There is no meal planned so if you think you or your dog will starve during the 3-hour event, bring a snack! Water is available for all.

4 - BYOC: Bring your own chair. Set up camp.

5 - Please do NOT bring any dogs that are:
a)not current on vaccinations - although we will not ask for proof 
b) in heat (season)
c) sick in any way

6 - Restrooms are available in the arena.

And lastly: KEEP IT FUN!

If you have additional questions, feel free to ask here or e-mail me: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Look forward to seeing everyone Oct. 24!
Jeanette DeMars
Founder and Chief Pooper Scooper
Corgi Connection of Kansas







Here's some pics from the 3rd:










The Third Annual Kansas Corgi Gathering is set for Oct. 18, 2014 in Topeka, KS

You won't want to miss this event!!!


Second Annual Kansas Corgi Gathering: Oct. 19 - Topeka, KS

This event serves as both a fund-raiser for Corgi Connection of Kansas and a great time for corgi lovers to get together and let the good times roll. More information will be posted soon. RESERVE OCT. 19 ON YOUR CALENDAR FOR THIS ONE OF A KIND EVENT IN THE MIDWEST.corgi gathering logo 2013











 Furball Run IV

Furball Run IV

If you wish to have a printable flier for this event, e-mail:
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Hogs and Dogs or anything else that can go down the highway - this ride is open to them all!

This is the original fund-raiser for Corgi Connection and it's our fourth year doin' it, so it's bound to be good!

The ride is about 100 miles of beautiful Kansas Flint Hills scenery and it's open to any highway legal vehicle.  Great prizes for winning hands and last year's money raffle netted more than $1,000 which meant the winner got $500 and Corgi Connection got $500. In addition there are prizes to be given away after the money raffle.

Can't make it? You can still participate! We have absentee hands and anyone can be a part of the money raffle; you don't have to be present to win that money, but you do have to be present to win the top hands.











2nd Annual Cruisin' for Canines

Poker Run - June 11, 2011

A very sincere THANK YOU goes to everyone who helped in any way shape or form with this fund-raiser. It was a great day and the event went off without a hitch.
More than $500 was in the 50-50 pot and the winner of half which was $255 gave $100 of that back to Corgi Connection! Overall, about $2,000.00 was raised for Corgi Connection. This will help immensley with veterinary bills, insurance and hopefully to get 501(c)3 status making next year's contributions tax deductible!
Now to start planning for next year! Second Saturday of June - Put it on your calendar now!
Special thanks to Deb Auld for the pictures!
If you can't make the ride you can still participate. Absentee hands will be sold and volunteers will draw cards for you! Top prize for the best absentee hand is a $75 Visa gift card to use ANYWHERE.
There will also be a 50/50 Money Raffle. Tickets are $2 each or 3 for $5. The money will be split between the winner and Corgi Connection. Also a way to participate in you can't make the ride!
Poker hands are $10 for the first and $5 for each additional hand.
Prizes for those who ride or drive are a $200 gift card to City Cycle Sales - Harley Davidson; $200 Conoco gas card from Handy's. First place winner will have a choice of either gift card.
The third place prize is a $150 gift certificate to Munson's Premium Angus Beef - winners choice of meat.
Even the worst hand is eligible for a prize; a gift certificate from Coach's Grill and Bar - $100 value!!!
The ride will begin at City Cycle Sales in Junction City with registration starting at noon. Last bike will be out by 1 p.m. The ride ends at Coach's Grill and Bar. Last card drawn at 5 p.m. - No exceptions and prizes awarded!
For more information; to purchase a poker hand or 50/50 tickets contact Jeanette DeMars via e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Alice Lunch

Want to meet other Corgi owners?

Let Me Hear from You!

Corgi Connection would like to know if there are other Corgi Crazy People who would like to gather for a corgi picnic in Kansas. There are many states that have Corgi gatherings with great success. Ideally I would like it to be a fund-raiser for CorgiAid which has helped Corgi Connection tremendously with medical expenses on dogs it has rescued.
I'm open for suggestions as to what kind of event Corgi people might like to particpate in and would like to hear from corgi owners. I don't anticipate doing anything this fall but would think about spring time!
Contact Jeanette DeMars with interest/questions/suggestions: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it





Cruisin' for Canines is a success!

What a terrific turnout we had for our first fund-raiser. About 40 bikes participated in the event along with an old convertible. The weather didn't look good that morning, but the afternoon turned out great!
Prizes were awarded at the end of the ride and Corgi Connection has paid some veterinary bills and will be able to help more dogs!
Thanks to everyone who participated and supported the cause! Special thanks for the volunteers who helped: Jim and Keri Parker and daughter Hannah; Edna Kidwell, Rebecca Taylor; Lisa Carson, Ethel Drube, Patty Harrington and Chelsea McNeil. Couldn't have done it without you!

Below: The ride concluded at Coach's Grill and Bar where motorcycles took over the parking lot.
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Poker Run 2Several Vietnam Veteran riders
participated in the run. Thanks!

Poker Run 9
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Checking their poker hands
and waiting for the winning
ticket for the money giveaway.
Poker Run 8
Hannah Parker draws the winning 
ticket for the money giveaway. 
More than $250 was awarded to
the winner and to Corgi 
Connection as the pot was split.

Poker Run 12
Marte' DeMars asks the group of 
riders about their poker hands.
A flush was the winning hand-
getting a $200 gift card to
Wal-Mart. Second high hand went
to the holder of three kings.

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A sandwich board displayed
some of the Corgis available
for adoption through
Corgi Connection of Kansas.