For having short legs, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a surprisingly athletic, strong, and an agile little herder. This breed is loyal, loving, and an overall down to earth dog with an eagerness to learn. They are very good with kids, the elderly, and other dogs.
They come in a variety of colors including fawn, black, tan, and red. They may or may not have white markings. Some Corgis have a marking that is commonly called a “Fairy Saddle” on the backs. Their skull is flat and very fox like, in addition to having large dark inquisitive eyes and large alert ears.
Origin of the Pembroke Welsh Corgi
Being a hybrid of two breeds in the toy group, the Peketese is a small dog. While small in stature, these dogs tend to be big in personality. They can be playful and exuberant, and they often imagine that they could serve as guard dogs. Peketese dogs are known for being friendly, loyal and affectionate, but they can be wary of strangers and they may even bark act protective if an unknown person enters the space of family members. Dogs from this hybrid breed tend to have a round face with round eyes and hanging ears. The Peketese tends to have long, soft fur, and coats can come in a range of colors. White is the most common color for these dogs, but they may also be golden, brown, black, black and white or a mix of other colors.
Is a Pembroke Welsh Corgi right for me?
If your breed of choice is the Pembroke Welsh Corgi, you will have a loyal, and agile little dog to join you in your daily tasks. Going on an adventure in the park, or herding your cattle, the Corgi will be right at home and will do his absolute best.
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