Welsh Corgi: breed description
BREEDS OF DOGS WELSH CORGI: DESCRIPTION, CHARACTERISTIC, PHOTO, REVIEWS
Welsh Corgi are energetic small dogs that have been bred for grazing. There are two varieties: cardigan and pembroke. The characteristic features of the Welsh Corgi Pembroke are the absence of a tail and shorter hair than cardigans.
Welsh Corgi are quite mobile, but they don’t need to run as much as, for example, huskies, so they can be happy in the city.
The undoubted advantages of the Welsh Corgi: endurance, energy, good guard qualities. However, there are difficulties: it will be extremely difficult for an inexperienced owner to train Welsh Corgi. In addition, these dogs are quite aggressive towards relatives, so it is better to walk them on a leash. Also, Welsh Corgi, in the absence of proper education, should not be left alone with small children - the games of these dogs can be quite tough.
The little "maids of honor" - the Welsh Corgi - invariably accompany Her Majesty Elizabeth II during walks and even official ceremonies.
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Life span||12 - 14 years old|
|Growth at the withers||25.5 - 30.5 cm|
|Weight||10 - 12 kg|