The Pembroke Welsh Corgi and its close cousin, the Cardigan Welsh Corgi are both believed to be relations of the Swedish Vallhund, a similar short-legged canine. Like their Swedish counterparts, they were originally used to drive cattle and were popular with famers during the 17th and 18th centuries. Now, this breed is well liked by royalty – the Queen has owned Pembroke Welsh Corgis for many years.
12-15 years
25-31 cms (9-12 inches)
10-12 kgs (22-26 lbs)
This Corgi has a double-layered coat with an extremely thick under-layer and a dense, mid-length top coat.
Often described as a big dog on little legs, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a stocky little canine.
This breed is known for being very hardy and extremely intelligent. As such they are trainable dogs, so long as they’re not allowed to gain the upper hand! In appearance, they’re rather fox-like facially.
Black, tan, red and tawny – with or without white.
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