Confused Corgi Puppy Sees His Reflection In The Mirror For The First Time

We normally don’t really approve of people staring at themselves for a long period of time in the mirror, because it’s pretty narcissistic. However, when dogs do it, it’s just absolute magic. And when it’s puppies it’s even better because they are so cute when they put two and two together and realize that the weird dog they’re looking at, is actually themselves.

Normally when a dog or puppy realizes that they’re really just staring at themselves in the mirror, they quickly lose interest and move on. But one particular Corgi puppy ended up falling hopelessly in love with his own reflection.

Like most other pups, this tiny pooch first thought that the reflection was that of another dog. Immediately, he begins to bark at the mirror, desperately trying to chase away the foe on the other side. However, things took a turn and this little fluff ball ended up getting excited about the fact that he was seeing himself in the mirror. It was absolutely adorable.

Hopefully, his owner was able to eventually pry him away from himself in the reflection.

Watch him discover himself in the mirror in the precious video below:

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