Corgi Puppy Needs Help Climbing Stairs
Corgis look kind of awkward with their thick, stocky bodies on those short, stubby little legs. But in fact they're very sturdy and well-built for herding sheep (their raison d'être). Still, operating one of those bodies can take a little bit getting used to--especially when engaging in a somewhat unnatural physical task like climbing stairs--so it helps to have a experienced buddy to give you a boost. That's a good lesson in general. It's almost always a good idea to have a buddy with you, no matter what you're doing. This message brought to you by corgis, the official dog of Queen Elizabeth and the Internet.