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Today, we share the scary story when Landon had enough and Boom Boom Unleashes Attack. Or is attacked by leashes. Something like that.
Landon has lived at Chez Herd a little over three years now, so is probably about five-years old. At some point, we expect the Boom Boom to stop bouncing around and grow up. Will it be today?
In the middle of the photo session as Hu-Dad asked for some pretty poses, Landon became embroiled in a battle…with his leash. We would like to say Landon won, but…
After Hu-Dad helped Landon to his feet and untangled him from his leash, Frankie suggested that his little brother needed to grow up some day. Boom replied, “Not today.”
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Usually I am the one wrapped in leashes, it’s what happens when you walk three corgis. We have a saying, “if you can’t find your corgi, look behind you.”
Those leashes just can’t trust them!! Love the faces!!! ????
Thank you Boom Boom for making my day. I was having a bad day after finding my cellar had about three inches of water in it, but feel much better now. Laughter certainly is the best medicine. Those leashes can be tough to deal with, thankfully Hu-Dad was there to rescue you because you big brother would not help, he would only laugh at you. You certainly are cute!
Some days you just can’t ‘adult’ !
Thanks guys for a morning laugh!! Love the looks..
Those pictures are priceless! Love the look on both faces at the end. Thanks Boom Boom for my morning giggle and pick me up.
Frankie does look like he’s thinking, ‘really bro, all that drama?’ ;-D
Love me some Boom Boom ????! I must say the scolding look on Frankie’s face is priceless!!
I’m cute … gotta love me … (you have to be of a certain maturity to recognize that reference)
I totally agree with Deborah!! Landon will be SO happy to finally be “unleashed” when the yard is fenced!! I have to say though that this post started my day with a laugh!!
Yes, Landon, you are extremely cute and acting mature is over-rated. I know you’re looking forward to getting the fence installed so you can do zoomies without worrying about attacking leashes.