Kids and puppies like doing enjoyable stuff repetitively, and they make sure they inject fun into the mundane. Going about the daily stuff just isn’t pleasureable if they don’t somehow tweak it a bit.
Just ask this Corgi named Millie. On this day, her mom gave her a bowl of water. It had a picture of a bone at the bottom of it, so the dog probably wondered why the bone looked like it moved.
That, or Millie wondered why there were so many ripples and bubbles in her drinking water this time. We don’t know, pet, it’s just probably the movement that caused all those.
What the pup did next was to paw her drinking water out. She figured for as long as she did, the ripples and bubbles stayed.
That’s a great observation right there, pet. For as long as there’s something that moves the water, ripples, and bubbles will always appear.
We’re not sure how this Corgi figured it out, but the next thing we knew, Millie dunked her head in and blew bubbles. If that’s not a genius dog, then we don’t know what is.
This dog’s a natural, and she definitely knows how stuff works. Perhaps she got this trick from another dog, and it’s a testament to how dogs catch on quickly.
Our Millie did this a couple of times, dunking and blowing air to form bubbles. She tried to catch them, but they disappeared quickly.
We’re good with using your snout to blow bubbles and create ripples. Please avoid using your feet to get that movement in your bowl of water, okay? It’s unsanitary.
Millie then pitter-pattered out of the room, leaving water all over the floor. We’re glad you had fun, but try not to make a mess next time, okay?
Credits to misfitcorgis via YouTube