Wallace understands that times are tough, and the loving corgi knows how to make things better — with a big hug. Well, as big as his little arms can go.
When Noah Raminick is walking Wallace, he can expect to stop every time Wallace spots another pup. The year-old corgi loves to play and won’t let another dog walk by without giving him an embrace.
Wallace’s brother, Raminick, told The Dodo, “He’s the biggest sweetie.” “When he’s among humans and other dogs, he’s always extremely cheerful.” He enjoys giving humans cheek licks and is always the first to begin a play session when he encounters another dog.”
When it comes to large dogs, the low-bodied pup shows no fear and will stand on his hind legs to get the best possible angle for his hug. Wallace’s best friend Daisy is a Great Dane, but the corgi knows that size doesn’t matter.
“They always hug when they see each other,” Raminick said. “And one of her paws weighs as much as Wallace’s entire body.”
Wallace is sure to play gently with smaller dogs so as not to frighten his new companion. Wallace won’t go in for the embrace until he checks with the other dog to see whether he’s okay with it.
“What’s fascinating about his hugging is that he wasn’t coached to do it,” Raminick explained. “I believe it boils down to him being overjoyed at the prospect of playing with another dog.”
When Wallace is with his human family, he makes sure to distribute the love as well. “Morning and evening hugs, fetch, and me chasing him around the house are his favorite things,” Raminick added. “I don’t believe Wallace has any pet peeves.”
Wallace’s family is happy for their pup to continue spreading the love to the dogs and people in his neighborhood, adding a little more joy to everyone’s day.