Brandlyn W. of Colorado writes: “There are many Coopers in the world, but only one Cooper Bean!”
It all began the day they took their poopster home … he was so small he could just about fit in one of the car’s cup rests.
Cooper was the last of the litter.
A certain wide-eyed little boy was thrilled to have a new furry brother!
Bowzer Jones didn’t mind either, and they soon became inseparable! “Our Basset is stubborn and solid as a rock, but between the two of them I’m kept busy and amused!”
“Even though they both have their own kennels, beds and food dishes they prefer to share.”
“Cooper Bean guards us, especially my four year-old son. Cooper follows him everywhere, watching and waiting — for what we’re not sure.”
“He’s never far when “his boy” is about. That Corgi herding instinct really kicks in and the two will chase the soccer ball together all day long!”
“To me Cooper Bean as become a cuddler, always curling up with Mom on the couch and suffering through her terrible daytime TV shows. He’ll even lay his face on the warm surface of the laptop when I’m tapping away at it.”
“After long, sometimes stressful days serving in the U.S. Air Force, my fiance really looks forward to coming home and tossing the ball for Cooper Bean. There are rounds of throw and fetch until either of them drops from exhaustion. It’s very much about “a boy and his dog” and the relaxation that follows.”
“Cooper Bean will dance on his hind legs and wave his front for treats like cheese and sit on command.”
“He’s made quite the impact on our family.”
“Cooper has a super friendly personality and a little bit of a “small man” complex — but we couldn’t love him more!”
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Welcome to The Daily Corgi, Cooper Bean!
You Corgi-fy Colorado big time!
Another nice post about a lucky Corgi and his family. Thanks for sharing his story.
Judy & Max
Danielle, Juneau, and Tank says
Cooper Bean, you are so cute! Your facial expressions made me LOL after 2 hour Chemistry homework assignment (ugh!), thanks little dude!
NOT the ONLY Cooper Bean in the world! My super cute mutt Cooper even has his name tattooed on my arm. That's how much I loved him (departed, sadly)