What, Do I Need to Spell It Out For You?

Look, it’s really simple. I’m a little dog. You’re a big dog. Big dogs chase little dogs.

Hey, what’s so hard about this? Should I draw you a flowchart here? What?

It’s Corgnelius, who has a fun YouTube channel.

Comments

  1. “It’s Corgnelius, who has a fun.”

    With a name like that, it’s garonteed.

  2. Corgi is adorable. German shepherd just might be like an overly-serious one I once dogsat for. I would throw a ball for her, and she would just look at me, like “What do you think I am, one of those silly dogs?

  3. Corgi is adorable. German shepherd just might be like an overly-serious one I once dogsat for. I would throw a ball for her, and she would just look at me, like “What do you think I am, one of those silly dogs?

  4. Well, if you can’t be chased, you’ll have to do the chasing! I love the little play-bows.

  5. How can the big dog resist chasing the Corgi? That’s more will power than I have!They are both sweeties, though!

  6. The German Shepherd has terrific “ball drive”.. Bear would rather chase a ball than anything else..

  7. SlaveToCat says:

    Mr Shepard knows it is all a ploy to get him to put down his ball. Once the ball is on the ground Corgnelius will swoop in and add another ball to his collection. You just can’t trust those dogs with little legs and big ears. >.> (well how do you think the Queen got all those diamond rocks she wears? Hmmm. She didn’t run out to Kay Jewelers on her husbands naval pension)

  8. fleurdamour says:

    Corgular stubbulence on the move!

  9. fleurdamour says:

    Ha! A German intellectual – I can see him pushing his glasses up the bridge of his nose with a solemn expression. He probably was doing physics experiments with the ball.

  10. Mr Stubbular thinks the German Sherpherd is sooo not with the program.

  11. Jimbeaux says:

    Stubbular is adorable, and I’d chase him in a minute! Kudos to big dog, though! He’s very well-behaved, not moving until his human says it’s okay (by giving him the little pat.) Good job to both pupsters!

  12. No, she was a Guard Dog. Not a mean one, just a conscientious one. She was totally focused on all the ingresses and egresses to the backyard. She decided that it was OK to enter the yard through the kitchen door, but it was STRICTLY FORBIDDEN to enter through the front yard gate. :P

  13. Has the Shepherd got a tennis ball stuck in him mouf?

  14. Nobody noticed the raised hackles, tails and ears, huh? Or the way the corgi similarily challenged and chased the other dog at the end of the video? What you want to bet, instead of teaching that “cute” dog not to bait everyone else at the dog park, hoomin is behind the camera? It’s dogs like that who make the dog park unusable for so many smaller or timid dogs. Shepherd showed wonderful patience. Good dog and well socialized.

  15. Happykittybunnypony says:

    Corgnelius. Best Corgi name ever.

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