Pembroke Welsh Corgi Facts and Personality Traits

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All you need to know about the Pembroke Welsh Corgi Dog Breeds. A complete profile on the breed information, history, personality, adaptability, food, and care, etc.,

Dog Breed Group

Herding Dogs

 

Height:

10 to 12 inches tall at the shoulder

Weight:

Up to 30 pounds

Life Span:

12 to 14 years

Origin:

Pembrokeshire

 

Friendliness

Overall 80%
Affectionate With Family
100%
Affectionate with Kids
80%
Affectionate with other Dogs
60%
Affectionate with Strangers
100%

Adaptability​

Overall 80%
Tolerates Being Alone
60%
Tolerates Cold Weather
80%
Tolerates Hot Weather
60%
First Time Owners
80%
For Apartment Living
80%
Sensitivity Level
80%

Health And Grooming

Overall 60%
General Health
60%
Potential For Weight Gain
80%
Breed Size
40%
Shedding Amount
100%
Easy To Groom
80%
Drooling Amount
20%

Trainability

Overall 80%
Easy To Train
100%
Intelligence Level
100%
Level of Prey Drive
60%
Potential For Mouthiness
40%
Barking & Howling Level
100%
Wanderlust Potential
40%

Physical Needs

Overall 80%
Energy Level
80%
Exercise Needs
80%
Intensity Level
60%
Potential For Playfulness
80%

Overview of the Pembroke Welsh Corgi Dog Breed:

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Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a small dog breed that is used to drive cattle, sheep and horses. They take part in every activity in an active and enthusiastic mindset. They are often eager to learn new things and ready to explore new areas. They love playing with children and it also does well with the other pets in your home.

 

History of the Pembroke Welsh Corgi Dog Breed:

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The breed got its name as it was originated from Pembrokeshire in Wales. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi dogs are found in the fairy tale stories. Two stories were revolving around them as to where did they descended from. Some say that Pembroke Welsh Corgi were from Vallhunds dog breed and a few others say that they were descended from the migrant breeds that were brought into Wales during the 12th century.

 

Personality of the Pembroke Welsh Corgi Dog Breed:

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The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is good at spreading love and fun around them. They are both working and pet dogs. They are very intelligent and do their duty to the fullest. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi dogs are fond of foods and they love eating them. They are independent lovers and at the same time, they tend to be stubborn during times they tend to be.

 

Feeding (Diet and Nutrition):

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The Pembroke Welsh Corgis are small dog breeds. So, they won’t eat much making your expense, in feeding less. They require top quality dry food and required to feed 3/4 to 1.5 cups divided into two meals. If they are too fond of food they may put on weights. So, have a measure on them frequently.

General Care:

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The Pembroke Welsh Corgis are very athletic and sometimes it puts them in danger. So, don’t let them alone in the yards outside. They require exercise daily as they are prone to homesickness if they are restricted in the home. Take your Pembroke Welsh Corgi outside in the morning for a walk and have socialization classes with them as early as you can.

 

Common Health Problems:

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Pembroke Welsh Corgis are generally healthy, but it is better to get the health clearances from the breeders to find if they are inherited any serious disorders from their parents. Some conditions put your doggies in a worrying state. The conditions that most frequently attacks Pembroke Welsh Corgi are as below::

  • Hip dysplasia
  • Cataracts
  • Cutaneous asthenia
  • Epilepsy
  • Intervertebral disk diseases
  • Retinal dysplasia

Coat Color and Grooming:

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The Pembroke Welsh Corgi doggies are dual-coated where the undercoat is very thick and the top coat is very long. They shed most of the time all around the seasons. Brushing them frequently is recommended. Pembroke Welsh Corgi is available in the following colors: red, black, sable, fawn and mix with white markings. Trim their nails regularly and brush their teeth once or twice a week.

 

Size and Weight:

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Pembroke Welsh Corgis are smaller in size and so they are between 10 to 12 inches taller at the shoulder levels. While looking at their weight, they are mostly under 30 pounds.

 

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