It's blogger Phoebe again. Time to do some bragging about me. Enough about all this birds schmirds stuff. I just graduated from doggie Advanced Agility class. Dog Agility is a fun sport for dogs of all sizes. I get to run fast, which I love, and go over jumps, up ramps, through tunnels and I get rewarded with treats and hugs.
My teacher and my doggie Mom and Dad, Lillian and Don, think I have great potential and that I'm a natural at agility. Of course, I already know that because, as I told you before, I'm perfect.
Here's the agility course. It has many obstacles that we have to do in a different order each time. The jumps are set high or low depending on a dog's height. People think we shorter dogs can't jump.
But see, we can sail through the tire, just as well as the big dogs.
Here I am tearing up the ramp of the big A frame, which is quite high. Good thing I'm not afraid of heights.
Here I am emerging from the tunnel. I just love those tunnels. Lillian or Don run through the course with me (I'm much faster than they are) and point and tell me which obstacle to go through, then I do, cuz I'm so smart.
Check out my awesome jumping form, plus check out my poofy white bloomers. We Corgis have a monopoly on the cute doggie butt category.
If you'd like to have more doggie fun, tell your owners to take you to a dog agility class near you, you'll both have a great time.
If you're a Pembroke Welsh Corgi owner or fan, you can also have fun by attending the Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of America National Specialty show held in Warwick, RI, all this week and though the weekend.