Mia the beagle

Incoming beagle news from the… the… ag, I don’t actually know what it is he does really. Some say he’s not too sure either.

But I digress… often.

Here’s the clip he sent – it’s a beagle called Mia, adhering to the rules of the Global Beagle Management Crisis, namely that there are no rules, and if there are, then you should break them. Mia – running a timed and assessed dog agility course at a dog show – finds plenty of rules and regulations and then promptly and effectively breaks them all.

Seriously, who enters a beagle in anything competitive that requires any sort of obedience? What on earth was she thinking? Those things are for clever, agile dogs: collies and terriers. Not beagles.
Beagles are good at winning the Westminster Dog Show by looking noble and such (naughty language on that link). They’re not good for agility courses. It’s like getting a toddler to do the Olympic high jump, or putting a jellyfish in goal in ice hockey’s Stanley Cup, or asking a bunch of carrots to [that’s enough now. Just get on with it – Ed.]

As the commentator tells us before we even reach the 11 second mark (demonstrating not just the reputation that precedes the beagle, but the speed with which it reverts to type once asked to do anything vaguely taxing):

Don’t be a beagle. Don’t be a beagle. Don’t be a beagle.

Also, don’t get a beagle.

[What? Three times? No, once is… it’s not a difficult concept: they’ll understand.
We really don’t need to… oh… ok, whatever…]

Also, don’t get a beagle. Don’t get a beagle. Don’t get a beagle.

Got it? Good.

 Thank you, The ….

  • Ami Kapilevich

    I am a content marketer and occasional writer. Or something like that.

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  • Ami Kapilevich

    As happy as a beagle at a dog show.

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