* you carry a furminator in the car...
* you have any item of clothing that has on it the words "bunny butt"...
* pet hair is considered a condiment at your house...
* you put your friends in the following categories: red and white, sable, tricolored....
ANYONE CARE TO KEEP THE LIST GROWING?
You have lots of hair on your clothes!
*when you see a corgi in someone's car and you attempt to knock on the door to get the owner's attention to pet the pup
I had a similar incident. There was no owner to corgi I saw in the car as I pulled up to work. I sat in my car and went OMG! OMG IT'S A CORGI! IT'S A CORGI! OMG! and had to get out of the car to take a picture with my phone and send it to my husband. A customer was walking by as I did that and I think she thought I was nuts. I was late to work by a few minutes, but it was TOTALLY worth it. I was beaming happy all day!
You'd break into the Vet's office to bring them home when they have to stay overnight........just leaving a puff of fur for a remembrance....
You rearrange your entire schedule so you don't have to leave your corgi home alone any more than is humanly possible.
-You have to change your vacuum bag after just one or two vacuum sessions
-You've had to switch the side of the bed you sleep on because your corgi has decided your side is the most comfy
-You get insulted when someone asks if your dog is a dachsund mix (not that I have anything against dachsunds, but corgis really are just that long!)
-Just looking at your corgi sleep makes your neck hurt because you know there's no way that's comfy
-You dig through your pockets/purse to get your keys and pull out poop bags instead
-Your floor looks like you bought out the toy section of a pet store
You know you're a corgi lover if you buy a new set of living room furniture based on what would the furbabies like, and how comfortable will they be!
You have dog hair circle around your couch about 12 inches off the ground.