A baroo is a Corgi howl. We in the Corgni-scenti are already in the know, but if you are new to the tribe, check out this quick n’ dirty video rendition of a baroo.
In Corgi-speak (and Corgis do tend to speak a LOT if you hadn’t noticed), a baroo is a kind of punctuation mark. Depending on the dog, it may be used liberally for emphasis. If you weren’t paying attention, dear human, the Corgi will let you know.
Because they’re just helpful that way, Corgis. Always so helpful!
But you already knew THAT, right? Because the Corgi’s “letting you know stuff” game is totally on point. There may even be times when you wish for the love of all that is meaty they would just LET IT GO. Whatever it is. A blade of grass stirs in the backyard, a puff of cumulous cloud throws strange shade, the weird neighbor plays a different ukulele than the day before … if it deviates from what they consider the norm, you are likely to be informed of it.
Because your little general is taking notice. Day and night.
Never doubt it!
If you have Corgis underfoot (and where else would they be?), those ears are working when nothing else is awake. Just drop a crumb on the pantry floor in the dark of night.
Those satellite dishes miss nothing. Not one errant morsel.
They miss nothing.
They forget nothing.
Corgis, they are LEGEND.
AND THEY KNOW IT.
(And you’re welcome).
(YouTube video link)