Playful Corgi Puppy Tries To Shake Off New Collar
A cute video has emerged of a playful Corgi puppy going extreme attack mode on its own collar, slowly realizing that it is a lost battle. Check out what happens when this adorable little pup wears a collar for the first time and tries to shake it off. Cuteness overload!
Hilarious footage shows the playful ball of fur sitting on a porch, but then, all of a sudden, the pup goes full attack mode on its new collar! Apparently, the pooch got spooked by its own collar and wanted to shake it off. Not so fast little buddy, collars don’t come off that easily! Better luck next time!
Dogs are keen observers, and your snack-snatching pooch is nothing more than a wolf in disguise. They have an instinct that tells them how to survive when they are on their own. That is actually the reason why dogs steal food, especially when the unsuspecting owners are distracted, or better still, out of the room.
Even though they have the cutest little faces, and seem so innocent, their genes are screaming messages in order to survive, you must be a fearless hunter. That means they have to take risks now and then!
We all know that dogs like the simple pleasures in life. All they need to be happy is a bowl of kibble, the walks down the street, those frequent trips to the dog park and of course, their favorite toys! Just like kids, dogs have their own favorite toys and they all differ. Some like a ball, other a good leather shoe. But if someone were to ask this pooch what his favorite toy was, you would be amazed at his response! Our ball of fur simply loves playing with his new collar! How unusual!
There are so many types of toys on the market designed and intended for dogs precisely, but it ultimately boils down to one thing - it is the tactile stimulation that makes the most meaningful difference. If the dog likes the way the toy feels when it uses it, it will continue to ask for it.
Corgis have larger than life personalities packed into their small bodies. They love to play and are trusting and quick to offer affection. Corgis are extremely happy and attentive dogs, that thrive on being the center of attention and will want to be involved in everything you and your family do. They are eager to please and have a lot of energy, although it won’t take much effort to tire them out. Corgis are also thought to have a great sense of humor and will provide your family with constant entertainment.
Because of their big, outgoing personalities and level of activity, Corgis are often thought as big dogs on short legs. Corgis are high-energy dogs and will require a moderate amount of exercise to maintain their health and happiness. They will chase a ball with surprising speed and will be eager to carry out any task given to them. In fact, they need a job or frequent activity in order to be happy.
Without one, they can become destructive, so they are best suited to active homes who have the time for their dog. But when given daily exercise and loving companionship, they are very amicable dogs and easy to live with–they just need something to do.
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