How much is that doggie….?

To get us even more excited about the Royal Wedding and to celebrate Crufts (10th – 13th March) our Art & Craft experts have created a Designer Doggie for you and your kids to make. And yes, you’ve guessed it – it’s a Corgi!

Simply download the pattern for FREE via our Activity Zone and follow the instructions.

Free Corgi Sewing Pattern

Even if you’re more of a cat lover…it’s nearly impossible not to be moved by the type of loyalty unique to dogs. They are trained to care for and protect vulnerable people, assist the police and our soldiers. They rightly deserve the title ‘Man’s best friend’.

Theo, the bomb-sniffing Springer Spaniel, apparently died of a broken heart when his handler, Lance Corporal Liam Tasker was killed in Afghanistan.  Dogs have helped save lives in the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake and the 7/7 London bombings, so It is hard not find them irresistible.

This year Crufts is celebrating 120 years and according to their website, if stood nose to tail, the 21,500 dogs would stretch from the Greenwich Observatory in London down to Hampton Court Palace!

So what about Celebrity Paws –  we have Hooch from the film Turner and Hooch, Toto in The Wizard of Oz and Beethoven, who is perhaps the most famous for drinking out of fishbowls and urinating in George’s briefcase!! How many more can you name?

The world’s most famous corgis are owned by Her Majesty The Queen. Corgis have been royal pets since 1933, and just recently have been featured in the award winning film, The King’s Speech.

The price of a corgi can range from £400 to £1000….but with Galt Toys you can have one for free!

Come on…create a Corgi with us!

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About GaltToys

With 175 years experience in toys and education, Galt know a thing or two about designing toys to encourage children to learn through play...and also have fun! All Galt toys are manufactured to the highest standards of quality and safety. From our unique Playnest for babies, to craft and science for all ages, Galt offer a great range of imaginative toys
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