This story originally appeared at InspireMore.
Sometimes the food’s so good, you’ve just got to howl about it.
Meet Willo, a female Pembroke Welsh corgi from Phoenix, Arizona. Willo’s human mom adopted her when she was just six weeks old back in September, and in that short period of time since she has won the hearts of everyone she’s met. In fact, Willo became so popular in her neighborhood that her mom decided to start her own Instagram page to share her cuteness with the world.
Nearly every photograph on Willo’s page is cuter than the last, and before long her fan base started to grow… and grow… and grow!
As of this writing, she’s got over 18,500 followers on Instagram, and that number is growing every single day. Just in case you’re wondering why, take a look at the kind of pictures Willo’s mom is sharing of the sweet little nugget. We get to see her in her Halloween costume — a hot dog, of course!
She loves to get outside and be active with her adoring family, but she also seems pretty content to stay in and watch a little TV under a warm blanket. We don’t know about you, but we’d love to jump in there and cuddle up with her! She’s just too sweet.
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We love seeing all of the fun activities Willo gets up to, but one of her habits really sets her apart from all of the other cute dogs on Instagram. One day, Willo’s owner noticed that she has an adorable quirk when she’s eating. As the little pup stands at her dog bowl, she takes a bite of food and chews, then tosses her head back and gives an adorable little howl.
She does it every single time she eats! Willo’s mom thought it was so cute (because it is!) that she shared a video on Instagram, which quickly went viral. Now, she has decided to post a new video of Willo “arrooing” every week on “Food Aroo Friday.”
We can’t get enough of this sweet pup’s happy food song, and we’re pretty sure that anyone who loves to eat will love Willo’s howls, too.
Watch Willo singing for her supper in the video below, and don’t forget to share.
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