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Pembroke Welsh Corgie Dog Behavior

Pembroke Welsh Corgi Standing and Looking

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is younger of two Corgi breeds. It is a separate and distinct breed from the Cardigan. These dogs have been preferred by the British Royalty for more than seventy years. Queen Elizabeth II had owned more than 30 Pembroke during her reign.

They look short and a little overweight but are very energetic and can run with surprisingly great speed. So, by looking at him we can say that the big thing comes in small packages.

The full-grown Pembroke Welsh Corgie stands between 10-12 inches where male weigh around 30 pounds and female weigh around 28 pounds or less.

Pembroke Welsh Corgie comes in a variety of colors: red, black, sable, fawn, white marking all over the body or plain.

Playful and Friendly Temperament

The Pembroke Welsh Corgis are hard to train as they like to do things on their own term. Therefore, while training them, one should have a lot of patience. Delicious treats while training keeps them motivated.

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi needs only an average amount of exercise to remain healthy despite their high level of energy. They can be kept at any place like a small house or an apartment but a few times in a week of running in the park is necessary.

These Corgies likes to remain busy therefore should not be left alone as they might become anxious, destructive, and bark continiously, disturbing the neighbor.

With people around, they can be a fun and entertaining dog but when it comes to unfamiliar dogs and cats, they can be furious and bark till he chases them away. If they are living in the same house, he will get used to them but close supervision is needed until they know each other better.

Pembroke Welsh Corgi Cuddling With Cat.
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Energetic Personality

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi has a small body but is a very active, quick with a powerful leg, muscular thigh which makes him a working dog. They are playful, outgoing, fun and in some cases stubborn. They look out for strange activities in the surrounding and become very protective. People love Pembroke as they are honest, trustworthy, and a great companion.

As they have short hair, they are easy to brush and their hair doesn’t fall as much as the other breeds. So, the house remains clean most of the time but they drool quite a lot, therefore cleaning around their mouth is necessary and healthy.

The Pembroke Welsh Corgis are extremely sensitive to noise so they will bark at anything they hear or see anything near their territory. They love barking.

Pembroke Welsh Corgi Playing on the Beach

They were bred as a working dog as used to help herd cattle and other livestock but today they are family pets. They are entertaining, active and like to involve in every family activities. They like to become center of attraction and don’t want to be ignored.

The average life-span of Pembroke Welsh Corgis is 12-15 years. They can face some health issues like hip dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy and degenerative myelopathy (DM). While taking home a puppy, one should be careful and protect it from one of the most common health problem; obesity. Therefore, a proper diet will help them from gaining weight and will not have the risk of overweight.

Are This Dog Breed Child Friendly?

Pembroke Welsh Corgi get along well with small children and are sweet towards them. Most of the time they are dominant in nature so while letting kids play with them, they should always be supervised.

What Can Make Your Dog Aggressive?

Corgi is not usually an aggressive dog. If there are some unfamiliar dogs and cat, they become aggressive and try to fight them. While bringing a new pet home, you should give Corgi time to adjust and get used to the pet.

How Do They Behave Around Strangers?

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is extremely friendly with all human beings, strangers or not. Therefore proper socialization is required so that they so not get mistrustful of some strangers.

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