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Gallery: Tour de Corgi

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  • Corgis get up close and personal during Tour de Corgi’s parade portion Oct. 7. The Tour de Corgi parade showed off corgis and their owners in their annual Fort Collins event.

  • All types of corgis participate in the Tour de Corgi parade Oct. 7. The Tour de Corgi parade showed off corgis and their owners in their annual Fort Collins event.

  • A corgi struts by Oct. 7. The Tour de Corgi parade showed off corgis and their owners in their annual Fort Collins event.

  • A corgi is carted through parade route Oct. 7. The Tour de Corgi parade showed off corgis and their owners in their annual Fort Collins event.

  • Austin Trotter, Brooke Trotter and their baby along with their dog Lucy Oct. 7. The annual Tour de Corgi event, with costume contest and parade, began at Civic Center Park this year.

  • Bob Gottsch and corgis Leo and Jellybean sport tropical outfits at Tour de Corgi Oct. 7. Tour de Corgi held their annual event this year at Civic Center Park.

  • Corgis smiling during Tour de Corgi’s parade portion Oct. 7. The Tour de Corgi parade showed off corgis and their owners in their annual Fort Collins event.

  • Molly the cheerleading corgi patiently waits her turn in line to check in for the costume contest at Tour de Corgi Oct 7. Molly cosplayed as a cheerleader to enter the “Purdiest” category for the costume contest.

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