This group is for corgis who find themselves in unusual headgear!
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Oh, Late Night Snack is a most excellent choice!
Don't worry, the container was empty! But Oliver likes the smell of Ben and Jerrys!
Poor Gus! I'm glad he was able to break out the bottom of the bag. While he looks extremely cute and somewhat embarrassed, this is a good reminder to make sure you never leave plastic bags or snack bags (like for chips or cookies) intact where the dogs can get to them. With their little stubby legs, they can't pull the bag off. I've heard of several tragic instances where a corgi has died from suffocation, his head stuck in a snack bag. Always open the bottom of the bag when you are done, or tear them down the middle.
Gus, no more bag-diving, buddy! Just use your corgi mind-control powers to make your mom give you a cookie. :)
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