Watch As A Corgi Meets A Wolf Cub For The First Time [Video]

In this adorable video uploaded to the Camels and Friends YouTube channel, you can watch as a Corgi meets a wolf cub for the first time.

In the video, the Corgi isn’t quite sure what to think of the wolf cub. The cub can be seen repeatedly spinning on the ground as the Corgi looks on in confusion. However, the second time the pair meets, they Corgi starts to play with the wolf pup and a good game of chance gets underway. You can watch the second encounter below.

According to Camels and Friends, the wolf cub is named Lorne and is only 10 weeks only in the video. He was born in a zoo and was bred for educational purposes.

“Lorne is a ten week old (in this video) high content wolfdog. He was born at a zoo in Georgia who breeds a select number of wolf cubs to be used for educational purposes and for ambassadors for their species. Lorne’s brother, Wyatt can be seen at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo, California. Lorne is being raised with the hope of using him in educational talks to raise awareness for an often misunderstood animal.

“Lorne is a subspecies of the Grey (or Timber) Wolf. He was born in April (wolves are only born in the spring, unlike domesticated dogs) and until he came to me was used in meet-and-greets at the Georgia zoo. Two weeks ago he left on a trip across the United States from out West to Chicago.

“During his journey there he accidentally swallowed a small slip lead and had to have emergency surgery. The surgery was a success and as you can see from the video, Lorne is doing extremely well. The doctors could not believe how fast his recovery was. When he woke up from his surgery, he acted as if nothing had even happened! Ten days later after Lorne got some rest, we drove from Chicago back home to Arizona on a four day adventure. We stopped in many states and Lorne met many different people, things, and places.”

If you are looking for another cute video, check out this compilation of dogs jumping on trampolines.

What do you think of the Corgi and wolf cub pair?