Wallace, the adorable one-year-old Corgi, is a dog who has a lot of love to give. Despite his size, Wallace sure has a big heart, and he isn’t afraid to show it to every dog he meets.
Wallace knows that times are tough and that everyone needs a little bit of love. So he goes around town and gives out hugs to every dog he comes across. According to his owner, Noah Raminick, Wallace was not taught how to hug. He learned the gesture on his own and made it a way to show his affection towards others.
The first dog Wallace ever hugged was his best friend, Charlie. Despite having a very short “pawspan,” Wallace makes sure he gets to embrace all his friends. He would first sniff the other dog to see if they want a hug, stand on his short rear legs, and then wrap his short front paws around them.
There is only one dog who Wallace does not hug, and that is his cousin, Milo, but only because she is afraid. He’d settle for kisses instead. Considering that Wallace’s middle name is Casanova, it is no surprise that he is such a lover boy. The name Casanova was given to him because his nose was heart-shaped when he was little.
Big or small, Wallace doesn’t discriminate as he gives everyone hugs, even a Great Dane, who is much bigger than he is. Just as much as he loves to hug other dogs, Wallace loves to give his human family hugs as well.
Wallace’s favorite things to do are to play fetch, run around the house, and of course, give cuddles. In a world that has forced many to social distance due to the pandemic, it is nice to know that some like Wallace are not afraid to get up close and personal to show their love.