Tetherball is unquestionably best known as a simple schoolyard pastime primarily enjoyed by children.However, don’t tell these corgis that their favorite pastime is simply playing.Tetherball is taken very seriously around here.
Corgi fanatics.Katrina Griswold and her family have seven adorable puppies.All outdoor family gatherings are naturally corgi parties, and the dogs are more than capable of entertaining themselves with toys.Especially rounded ones.
“They LOVE to chase balls,” Griswold says. Basketballs or similar sized objects are ideal.They’re called Air Buds.”Because balls tend to drift around and get lost, Griswold’s mother thought it would be great to have a ball connected by a rope to keep the fun going. She then went out and bought them a set of tetherballs.Observing the dogs in action reveals that they have discovered their calling:
“We didn’t teach them at all!” Griswold exclaimed.They’ve just done it!When I first saw them play, my first thought was how talented they are.”
It’s difficult to say with certainty what the rules are for the corgi-centric tetherball games they play.
What matters most is that they are always having a good time.”They’re so entertaining to watch,” Griswold said.”We could watch it all day, and if we let them, they could play all day!”