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Breed Group: Herding
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Overview
Originating in Wales, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is similar to the Cardigan Welsh Corgi. A multi-purpose breed, the Pembroke's many duties included that of a bird hunter, duck and geese herder, and sheep and cattle herder. They are the smallest member of the Herding group, and are well known as the favored breed and pet of Queen Elizabeth II.
Character
Long and low with a robust build, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is spirited, athletic, and dependable. This versatile companion has a strong work ethic, and displays an intelligent and interested expression. They are often considered to be "a big dog in a small dog's suit".

Does your Pembroke Welsh Corgi bark, howl, and cry whenever you leave the house? Separation anxiety is extreme anxiety experienced by your dog when you are away from him.
Temperament
The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is obedient, loving, loyal, and deeply devoted. They are outgoing, friendly, and thrive on human companionship and attention. This breed is alert, fearless, and assertive. They make an excellent guard dog, but their tenacity can sometimes lead them into trouble. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is best suited for a family with older and considerate children. If they are left alone for extended periods of time they will become restless and bored which will lead to destructiveness and excessive barking. They are often wary of strangers and over-protective of their family and territory. Due to their herding nature, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi will attempt to perform this task on anything and everything that moves. This breed typically does well with other pets.
Care
This breed requires minimal grooming. Regular brushing will minimize loose hair. Bathing should only be done when necessary. It is important to keep the nails trimmed to prevent splaying of the feet. Their ears need to be checked and cleaned on a consistent basis. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is prone to cataracts, retinal and hip dysplasia, epilepsy, disk disease, and Von Willebrand's disease.

If your dog is displaying behavior uncharacteristic of his normal actions, call the Vet.
Coat
The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a double coat breed. The outer coat is of medium length, straight, and coarse in texture. The under coat is thick, short, and weather resistant. The coat is more profuse around the neck, on the shoulders, and on the chest. The hair is longer on the back of the forelegs and rear of hindquarters. The color of the coat comes in sable, fawn, red, and black and tan. There may or may not be white markings. This breed is heavy shedding, and does completely shed bi-annually.
Training
The Pembroke Welsh Corgi's intelligence and willingness to please make them easily trained. However, they do not enjoy repetitive training as they easily become bored. They require early socialization and obedience. They excel in tracking, agility, herding, and conformation. This breed is also used for therapy and as hearing ear dogs. Training should be done with consistency, positive reinforcement, firmness, and fairness. Teaching your dog to sit, lie down, and stay is vital to the training of your new puppy. There are several accepted methods of house training your new Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppy. Consider crate training if you need to adapt your dog to a safe and confined environment for various safety and comfort reasons.
Activity
Full of stamina and spunk, this breed enjoys going for walks, romping in a securely fenced yard, family play sessions, or farm work. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is always eager for adventure, but is also just as content to be in the home with their family. They are suited for apartment dwelling provided they are sufficiently exercised, entertained, and stimulated. Socialization is one of the single most important things you can do for your puppy.
Weight
Male: 27; Female: 25 lbs
Height
10-12 inches
Color(s)
red, sable, fawn, black and tan, all with or without white flashings
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Pembroke Welsh Corgis,English Bulldogs and English Mastiffs with that little something extra.....lots of love from the day they are born. Living in our home, our puppies are raised with care, well socialized, loved and "kid approved". Our family has a small breeding program focused on our pets and sharing the puppies we raise with just the right families. We're cattle ranchers raising Pembroke Welsh Corgis, English Bulldogs and English Mastiffs with conformation, health and temperament in mind. Our vet examines them 3 times in the first 3 months of life so we can ensure that everything is absolutely good to go before the puppies leave for their new homes. We offer a health guarantee and a "never homeless guarantee" (see www.triplecmastiffs.blogspot.com OR www.bellabullies.blogspot.com OR www.corgicamp.blogspot.com for full details). Our puppies are fully vaccinated, wormed and microchipped when they leave home. Personal delivery is available for a small charge. References are available upon request. No sales to dealers or petshops. CURRENTLY AVAILABLE: English Mastiff puppies - we are visiting with prospective families now. PLEASE CALL SUSAN 918-344-0791

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Anonymous asked:
Are Pembroke Welsh Corgis good swimmers? I have lost two Schnauzers to water.

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The Pembroke Welsh Corgi or any Corgi for that matter are normally not good swimmers. Their legs are too short for their bodies and they can not keep afloat. If you do get one, I would suggest a life jacket whenever around water for the safety of the dog.

Anonymous

Our little buddy would paddle around in a local slow moving stream. His body kind of floated and his short legs would paddle madly like he was running. Generally he would swim for about a minute or so. Since Corgis tend to have a bit of extra fat, I think it helps them float.

Anonymous asked:
I am thinking about getting a Male Welsh Corgi and a Male Mini Aussie. I do not know how they will react to one another? I don't know which I should get first or just get one then wait a few months to get another.

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Never ever should you get two puppies/dogs at the same time! The puppies/dogs will become so bonded to each other that they will not bond well with the humans in the household. As a breeder, I would never allow someone to take a puppy home that has another dog under the age of 8 months to a year old -- depending on the situation. Puppies are a ton of work and two puppies are even more work. Please take your time. Get one puppy first, raise and train the dog and at a year old, then get your second dog. This way the two are still close enough in age to play. But remember, the closer the dogs are in age, the higher the probability that in 10 or so years -- both of them will pass close to the same time, so please take that into consideration.

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Do some Welsh Corgi breeders charge less when they are going to be pets and not for show purposes?

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Every breeder in general, is different, but I myself, being a breeder charge less for a pet quality puppy compared to a show prospect puppy. Even though I do not breed Welsh Corgis, I am sure you will be able to find a reasonably priced pup. On average, a pup that is from a reputable breeder that will be a pet and not a show/breeding dog is around $900.00 - $1100.00. Do your research and talk to your breeder about their prices and why their pups are priced at that point. The more information you can gather from several breeders that you like, the better you can make a choice on where to get your pup from.

Anonymous asked:
Will there be issues raising two male Corgis together (littermates)? We are thinking of purchasing two Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppies - both males. Will there be future issues raising two males of this breed together? They are from the same litter and the parents both seemed incredibly friendly.

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You shouldn't have any problems. Corgis tend to be great with other dogs. Non-aggressive, non-dominant. Just make sure that they know that you are alpha which shouldn't be hard since they are naturally a submissive breed and will do anything to please you. Just make sure that while you are training them that you do not spank them or be rough, they do not respond as well to that. I've learned with my Pembroke Welsh Corgi that just letting him know that what he did upsets me and consistency tends to be enough.

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As long as you have both of them neutered, you should do fine. Male Corgis tend to tolerate each other well. However, 2 females almost never do well together. The females are dominant by nature, and tend to fight for that dominance when mature.

Anonymous asked:
When do the Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppies ears begin to stand up?

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We raise the smaller pups 17/21 lbs grown their ears stand first at about 4 weeks & depending upon the size of the pup can go up & down during growth periods to accomodate the size and weight of the ears.

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My Corgis ears started to perk up somewhere between 3-4 months. I was incredibly disappointed, I loved the floppy ears.

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Updated: 8/30/2015