Lots of luv ears going on! What fun you had!
Sammy here--Wow it looks like you guys had a great time, and were really well behaved. Where you able to steal and treats?Your brother Sammy
Hey, Buddy and Sammy. You would have been proud of your sister and cousin! Except when the few dogs came by! The girls, and Jackie, their Jack Russel neighbor friend, did NOT like the dogs that were trick-or-treating. But the kids! Oh my! Do they ever have a soft spot for kids. They seem to actually change how they act--hard to describe, but more gentle somehow. Lots of finger licking -- and the one little fireman trick-or-treater promptly stuck his dog-slobbered fingers in his mouth! His mom was so in love with watching his excitement over the dogs and Halloween, and his saying "Vroom-vroom" when asked what noise does a firetruck make, that she didn't even notice his dog-slobber snack! As it got colder, I added a thick blanket to the pen and the girls curled up and napped while we waited for straggler trick or treaters. It was a fun evening and I was proud of how the girls behaved!
Talk about socializing your puppy! What a great training session without even trying!
Wow, it's kind of amazing how Cardigan welsh corgis are not barking at strangers! :)
as your 1st commenter mentioned...that was the first thing I noticed how their sweet ears were up, down, up, down. What fun for them and the children :D
Their ears are SO expressive--as Buddy's human would tell you Heidi, there are all sorts of versions of "up" and "down" depending on the situation -- alert to a noise, alert to a treat; wanting some cuddling, wanting to get away from a scolding (a mild one, of course, they never, ever need more than that!) I love these dogs!
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