Dog gone! Hilarious moment corgi sinks up to her ears in a snow drift and has to ‘bunny hop’ back to her owners
- Sketch the corgi loses her trail and gets lost during a walk with her owners
- The dog makes leap after leap through the snow as her owners call out to her
- The corgi uses the sound of her owner’s voice to guide her way back to them
This is the adorable moment a corgi ploughs through more than two feet of snow to get back to her owners.
The adventurous pooch named Sketch swims through the thick white snow, with only her ears to guide her, after losing her trail and getting lost.
The footage, filmed on January 1 in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, shows the dog energetically jump over the snow-covered ground as her owners cheer her on.
The corgi named Sketch from Pagosa Springs, Colorado, ploughs through snow in an effort to get back to her owners
The lost dog, whose face is beneath the snow, uses the sound of her owner’s voice to guide her way back to them
Pictured: Sketch the corgi enjoying her time outside in the snow with her owner in Colorado
Refusing to be deterred from the gruelling task ahead of her, Sketch jumps though the snow as her owners call out to her.
Sketch, whose ears are still above the snow, follows the voices of her owners before finally seeing them.
As she makes leap after leap through the snow-covered path, her owner shouts: ‘Come on you little rabbit!’
As the dog jumps through the snow, her owner shouts out: ‘That’s a good girl come on. You got it’
Sketch finally makes her way back to her owners and receives reassuring pat on the head
The corgi used her expert sense of hearing to navigate her way back to her owners
Soon the dog’s face is seen emerging from the white snow and her owner continues: ‘That’s a good girl come on. You got it.
‘You’ll be OK when you get to the trench.’
As the dog draws nearer, her owner proudly shares their delight at the pooch’s persistence and says: ‘Look at you swim. Good girl.
‘She’s going to be exhausted.’
After reaching her proud owner, Sketch receives a reassuring pat on the head.