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About Pembroke Welsh Corgis

Pembroke Welsh Corgis were originally bred to herd cattle. They still carry that natural herding instinct today. They are very active, animated, loyal and loving dogs. They are also highly intelligent and easy to train. Consistent training works best with this breed. One thing to certainly keep in mind about the Pembroke Welsh Corgi breed is their energy level. They are energetic and do best when they can get plenty of exercise each and every day. They also have the ability for speed, even with their small stature. They are quite playful and fun to be around and make an excellent family pet. Due to their small size, they make an excellent pet for any size home, whether you have a large yard or an apartment (though keep in mind, they will need plenty of outdoor exercise time).


The Corgi Breed

Characteristics: Short stature, foxy face, bowed legs, docked tails and upright ears (ears typically rise between 6 and 12 weeks).

Attention Need: Medium to High

Energy Level: High Average

Life expectancy: 11 to 14 years

Coat Length: short, but there are two layers.

Weight Range: can vary from 22 - 32 pounds. Corgis typically love to eat and can become obese. Keep them on a healthy eating and exercise routine for optimal health.

Colors: Red, Tri (Black, brown and white), Sable and Fawn with white markings.

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Frequently Asked Questions

To learn more about the Pembroke Welsh Breed please explore our FAQ section below. For more information, contact us today at (417) 876-7054.

What is the origin of a Pembroke Welsh Corgi?
Corgis were originally used by the Welsh as a herding dog, companion and guard for their farm. Today they are still known for their herding skill and companionship.

Do Pembroke Welsh Corgis Shed?
Yes, Corgis do shed. They have two layers of hair so it is best to brush them out a few times each week with a grooming brush or tool. We personally recommend using the Furminator as it loosens the underlayer of hair as well.

Do Pembroke Welsh Corgis bark?
Yes, as with most breeds. They are very observant of their environment and will bark when they feel intimidated or startled.

Are your puppies AKC registerable?
Yes, all of our puppies come with AKC pet registration. On occasion, we do grant full registration rights. Please contact us if you have an interest in full rights as we do require additional information.

Are your Corgi parents genetically tested?
Yes, all of our parents are genetically tested. You may read more about our parents on the Corgi Parent page or feel free to contact us.

When may we pick our puppy up?
Puppies are available to go to their forever homes beginning on their 8 week birthday.

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