About The Breed
For having short legs, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a surprisingly athletic, strong, and an agile little harder. 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.
OriginThe Corgi originated in Wales around the year 1100. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi was differentiated from the Cardigan in the 1800s. The Pembroke has pointy ears verses more rounded, and a short tail versus the Cardigan’s short tail.
Right Choice?If your breed of choice is the Pembroke Welsh Corgi, you will have a loyal, and an 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.
10-12 inches at shoulder