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Cardigan Welsh Corgi: Breed Characteristics, Care & Exercise Needs
Group: Herding Dogs.
AKC Ranking: 79
Also Known As:
About Cardigan Welsh Corgi
Country of Origin, History of the breed
of the Breed
Corgis may have descended
from Swedish Vallhunds brought to Wales by
Vikings in the 800's. Or perhaps the Cardigan
is the older variety, brought to Wales by
the Celts in about 1200 BC.
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Description of the
The Cardigan is a long, low
dog with upright ears and a fox-like appearance.
Cardigans can be any shade of red, sable,
or brindle; they can also be black with or
without tan brindle or blue merle (black and
gray or marbled) with or without tan or brindle.
They usually have white on the
neck, chest, legs, muzzle, tip of the tail, and
as a blaze on the head. Other markings include ticking
on the legs and muzzle, smutty muzzles, monk's hoods,
and others. A few other unofficial colors can occur,
such as red merle.
Dogs 10-13 inches (25-33cm)
Bitches 10-13 inches (25-33cm)
Dogs 25-30 pounds (11-14kg)
Bitches 25-30 pounds (11-14kg)
The Cardigan Welsh Corgi is highly
intelligent, obedient, protective, steady, active,
loyal, loving, willing to please and robust. They
are usually good with considerate children, other
Corgis and non-canine pets but wary with strangers
and other dogs. They make fine guards, and excellent
show and obedience dogs.
They sometimes attempt to herd
people by nipping at their heels, although they
can be trained not to do this. The Cardigan is a
good alarm barker and some tend to bark a lot. Males
can be aggressive with other males, particularly
if a bitch in heat is in the vicinity.
Well suited to apartment life,
even without a yard. They are very active indoors.
Cardigans are very active and must
have regular exercise, including a daily, long walk.
The wiry, medium-length water-resistant
coat is easy to groom. It should be combed and brushed
with a firm bristle brush, and bathed only when
necessary. The coat is shed two times per year.
Some are prone to PRA and glaucoma.
They are prone to gaining weight.
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