Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Pembroke Welsh Corgi


A dog dated back to Wales, Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppies have been molded to be one of the most versatile dogs around. They can be used for many different duties such as bird hunting and sheep herding. This is a very loving dog and is very obedient. They can be trained to do really any typical dog task.


Pembroke Welsh Corgis are high-spirited with plenty of stamina. Though they do enjoy playing, however, they are not exactly rowdy. They are well-behaved, but not to be neglected. These dogs are self-disciplined, but can sacrifice that virtue when they have been held up in one place for too long. These are great dogs for many different activities.


As far as care for the Pembroke Welsh Corgi goes, aside from recommended brushing to decrease loose shedding, you will also want to snip their claws and keep them trim. Keep up with regular ear checks, and be sure to guard against their more likely illnesses, such as Von Willebrand's disease, cataracts, and epilepsy.


The bodies of Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppies somewhat resemble the frame of a "wiener dog," but bulkier and fluffier. They have prominent ears and a more often clean appearance. Their nature is playful and they are likely very friendly with strangers and other dogs. These dogs have a strong build and admiring eyes and are, perhaps, one of the nicest dogs ever.


Pembroke Welsh Corgi dogs have a greatly effective double coat. The outer layer is made of medium length fur that is somewhat coarse in texture. The undercoat is much shorter and weather resistant. The coat is accompanied by a good bit of shedding, though, so it's a good idea to tend to their coat regularly.


The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is very affectionate and loving. They have a happy personality and a loyal nature. These make for a wonderfully obedient and devoted dog if treated properly. So raise your Corgi well and you can have the perfect pet. But even when misbehaving, they still aren’t as bad as they could be.


Pembroke Welsh Corgis are quite easy to train. They have a wonderful attitude, and are set on making their owners happy. To train them, simply tell them what to do, and express joy when it's done correctly. They can get easily bored, though, so when a trick is learned, try another trick or another method.