Watch How Happy This Boy is When He Gets to Feed His Corgis

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This little boy has a couple of corgis. Maybe just a few of them. And he seems to love his dogs, in fact, they seem to have quite the routine going on here. This little boy allows them to come out of their area in which they are fenced. Each of the dogs then gets into a kennel of sorts and stands expectantly by the door. Then the cutest thing happens. The little boy grabs a bowl of food off each of the kennels and feeds them. The food is already placed into the bowl for each dog, and this little boy is so excited to do this job.

He must feel like such a little grown up being able to feed each of his dogs, and his expression when he is finished is just priceless. What’s even more impressive, however, is the fact that these dogs know this kid has their food and they are not even trying to jump up and get it themselves. They wait patiently while he sets out their food, and they don’t jump on him or make him uncomfortable in any way. They are clearly adorable and so good with one another, and it’s a good reminder that kids and dogs mix well.


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