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posted by Quinn Cummings at 10:10 AM
Ah, the Dance of Canine Joy...I know it well! Very cute!
Oh that takes me back. We had a Corgi when I was a kid. No tail so he used to wag his whole body... they're such cute dogs!!
So funny and adorable!! :D
too cute! such exuberance!
It's obviously more fun to eat off the floor--what's with the bowl? :-)
Loved it! Thanks for the smile today!!!!
OMG, it's like Gregory Hines reincarnated, performing the Corgi Kibble-in Shim-Sham!
He's actually burning more calories than he's taking in. (Maybe I should look into this kibble diet)Also, watching him reminds me of my tap dance class when I was seven. I can still hear the teacher shouting, "Shuf-fle step! shuf-fle step!" over the sound of 24 clacking tap shoes. This dog could have gone far in that class.
This made me smile--thanks!It was so funny to watch him tap-dance!
Is this supposed to be funny? I guess you realize that the "cute" dancing around is actually anxious behavior because your dog is afraid to put his head in the bowl. Does he always have to perform this dance before you pour the kibble on the floor? I would expect to see this video on that funniest home video show on tv which usually exemplifies the cruel and sadistic nature of some people who enjoy playing "jokes" on children and animals. I enjoyed your performance in "The Goodbye Girl" which airs today on TCM and was curious to see what you were doing today. Please, give your dog a break.
we have a corgi here too, she's always burying her food with the carpet. this one is a great tap dancing dog.
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