And of course, there is a special-interest web site called MyCorgi.com. But what really startled me was the special-specialty group, Corgis of Christian Owners! With 68 members, they're the second-largest subgroup of MyCorgi.com (only exceeded by the 94 members of the Awkwards Little Sleepers Club, for puppies that "sleep and relax in strange positions!").
Not to be completely left out, there is also a Pagan Corgis Club, with a surprising 10 members.
One of the things that baffles me about Christianity is it's pervasiveness. Christians aren't content to worship Jesus in private – for many of them, their religion has to be "worn on their sleeves," and made a part of everything they do, even irrelevant activities, such as your dog's web site. Why is that?
Out of curiousity, I started googling around for other Christian activities. I quickly found:
Christian surfers... the list goes on and on. There is hardly an activity you can think of that doesn't have a Christian subgroup. Ok, there was one search that didn't turn up anything: "Christian wife swappers."
Christian naturists (nudists)
Christian dog owners
Christian skydivers (ok, maybe that one makes sense!)
Christian scuba divers