Cambridge, Massachusetts is home to Harvard University and The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, but more importantly it’s the city six month-old Pembroke Frida calls home.
While she may someday roam the halls of the Ivy League (put it past no Corgi), for now Frida is content with acing Puppy Kindergarten, where she earned the “Most Social” title, making both her Mom and her dog walker Amber very proud indeed.
I like to think of myself as Miss Congeniality.
This ‘blue state’ baby has a strong herding instinct. No sheep? No problem. Two or three tennis balls will do in a pinch. It’s been at least a hundred or so years since any cattle roamed the streets or cow paths of Cambridge, so a Corgi’s gotta do what a Corgi’s gotta do!
Like any hearty New Englander, Frida makes easy work of snow. So easy, in fact, that for her it’s all play! Here she’s enjoying her first romp in the flakes. “I like to snurfle it with my snout and get buried in the snowdrifts,” writes Frida.
Can we bring it inside, Mom?
Getting up close and personal with the laptop.
Like most kids nowadays, Frida knows more about computers than a lot of adults. No word on whether her cranky old Maine Coon cat sister Shammy fights her for it.
You know how big sisters can be!
Her BFF is Sophie, a two year-old Standard Poodle. They look thick as thieves, don’t they? And how DOG WONDERFUL is this photo?
Frida’s got classic Flying Squirrel Form. Nice pantaloonies, too.
Frida assures The Daily Corgi that she’s “very smart, very charming and very sweet.” And that she’s got a piglet-type belly. Perfect for rubbing!
With a stomach like that, it’s a good thing Frida loves her belly rubs.
She’s also fond of Kongs stuffed with scrambled eggs and cream cheese, “capturing” big sticks and hiding them in the backyard, chewing on cardboard boxes — and her Mom’s ponytail.