In the second episode of Andre Millan’s new web series “What’s Up Dawg!” he drops in on the SoCal Corgi Beach Day in Long Beach, California.

What started out as a meet-up between fifteen Facebook friends and their Corgis three years ago has exploded. The latest quarterly event saw around six hundred Corgis and their humans descend upon the beach for costume and limbo contests, some surfing, and the search for the best “momo.”

If you don’t know what that is, watch the video below, check out other episodes at Cesar’s YouTube Channel, and stay tuned for next month’s installment of “What’s Up Dawg!”

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