Birth Date: 8/1/23 Avail Date: 9/26/23 This adorable AKC Welsh Corgi puppy will be a perfect addition to your family! Comes with a 1 year genetic health guarantee, is vet checked and up-to-date on vaccinations ...
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Breed Group: Herding Height: 10 – 12 inches at the shoulder Weight: 25 – 30 pounds Life Span: 12 – 14 years
Originally bred to herd cattle, sheep, and horses, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is an active and intelligent dog breed. Easy to train and eager to learn, Pembrokes are great with children and other pets, and you can find them in four different coat colors and markings. Adaptable and loving with the whole family, Corgis can fit into just about any household, whether it’s an apartment or large home with a yard. However, they do have quite a bit of energy for a small dog. They’ll need plenty of walks and active play sessions. You might be surprised by how quickly these short-legged pups can move! For humans who can meet the breed’s needs, the Pembroke will make an excellent family companion, even for novice pet parents.
Although Pembrokes are still used as working dogs, they are most often seen as family pets these days. They are known for being happy, loving, and intelligent, but with a stubborn or independent streak at times. They are easy to train, but don’t expect your Pembroke to be subservient. They like to think for themselves.
Although they want to please their owners, food is a great motivator for them when training. Proceed with caution: Pembrokes love to eat and can become obese if their food intake isn’t moderated.
Pembrokes also make good watchdogs. They can be suspicious of strangers, and will be quick to bark if they feel that something or someone is threatening their home and family.
Like every dog, the Pembroke needs early socialization — exposure to many different people, sights, sounds, and experiences — when they’re young. Socialization helps ensure that your Pembroke puppy grows up to be a well-rounded dog.
Pembroke Welsh Corgi Cons: They’re destructive when bored and they love to chase and nip at moving objects.
Pembroke Welsh Corgi Pros: They’re athletic and graceful. They carry an easy care coat. They’ll make a loyal and sensible watchdog.