“A year ago last November, a little Corgi pup was born on a strawberry farm outside of Nashville. As soon as his new Daddy met him, he knew this little pup was the pick of the litter. His Dad named him after his college football coach, Erk.”
“Harold was born on a sheep farm (a fact he likes to hold over Erk’s head — he says it is much more respectable for a Corgi than some silly strawberries) and was able to come home to his new family on New Year’s Day. Erk was very sweet and gentle with his baby brother from the very beginning. Harold is a little sassier than his brother, but just as charming. Before long, Mom and Dad sat them down for a talk.”
“Harold, you’re a natural! Now, this next one might hurt … we have to join bodies to become a mythological creature, the Two-Headed Corgi!”
“Nah, I’m just yanking your chain! Ha, just joking with ya! You don’t need any lessons! You’re a natural-born Corgi!”
Jennifer Alford says
What a great story! Erk & Harold look like they get along great and are training their "parents" well.
such a sweet story. thanks for sharing it with us this morning your boys sound most delightful.
So sweet, two of the cutest corgis around, such a good older brother Erk.
Nancy P. says
Those are two very handsome boys!
I think they would be much happier in Tennesse.
Two French Bulldogs says
oh my goodness so adorable
Benny & Lily
Precious! And they even look like brothers! So sweet. ♥
They shed all over my rental car. Had to pay cleaning fee.