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AKC Ranking: 22
Group: AKC Herding, KCGB Pastoral
About Pembroke Welsh Corgi
Country of Origin, History of the breed
The Pembroke Welsh Corgi and the Cardigan Welsh Corgi are the 2 types of Welsh Corgis. The Pembroke and Cardigan breeds were basically interbred until
about 1930. They may have been taken to Wales
by the Vikings in the 800s or the Celts in
about 1200 BC. “Corgi” is the
Celtic word for dog. It may also be that the
Flemish weavers took them in the 1100s.
The breed developed in Pembrokeshire,
Wales, and was used to drive cattle by nipping
at their heels and barking. Because they are
so low to the ground, they could avoid the
kicks of the cattle.
The Pembroke was a favorite
of Queen Elizabeth II.
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A General Appearance of
This is a long, low, somewhat heavy dog. The Pembroke is a
compact, muscular package. He has nice, straight
legs, a wedge-shaped head and stand-up ears. His
head looks similar to a fox’s head. The Pembroke’s
happy expression is often finished with a smile
(with tongue hanging out). He usually has dark eyes
and a black nose. As opposed to the Cardigan Welsh
Corgi, he has little or no tail.
The Pembroke’s coat can
be red, sable, fawn, or black and tan (tri) –
almost always with white markings on feet, tail,
face, chest, and/or around the neck.
The undercoat is short to medium
in length, thick and water-resistant. The outercoat
is longer and slicker. The ruff around the neck
is slightly thicker and longer.
Height: 10 -12
Weight: 22 –
Temperament of the Dog
The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a
hearty, extremely active little dog. Outgoing, intelligent
and obedient, he can also be wary of strangers to
the point of timidness if not fully socialized and
trained. Pembrokes are very protective of who and
what they love.
They were bred to herd cattle
(many times their size and weight) in all types
of weather. Their low stature allowed them to stay
clear of the kick of a cow. His herding was done
by nipping at the cow’s heels and barking.
Remember this history as you will often see your
Pembroke move quickly, nip at your family’s
heels, and even bark at you and other pets to try
to get you to do his bidding.
They are capable problem solvers.
They excel in and love obedience and agility.
Normally they are outgoing and
friendly. Some sources say they are calmer than
Cardigans while others say they are more restless
As watchdogs, they bark to warn
of a dangerous situation.
Better suited to an indoor
or outdoor lifestyle?
This dogs cannot live outside
fulltime, but do enjoy outdoor activities. They
are very energetic and love lively games.
Are they suited to homes
Older children are favorites with
Pembrokes. This is an easy breed for a pre-teen or teenager to obedience train. Pembrokes make great
family dogs, but don’t like the way younger
children sometimes treat them.
How Active is the Breed?
This is a very energetic and active
How Much Exercise Does
the Dog Need at every stage of its Life?
This breed will do okay in an
urban setting as they are very active inside as
well as outside. They love to play and will take
advantage of toys for exercise.
They do need a long walk or romp
outside each day.
The coat needs a quick brushing
every week or two unless it is spring or fall and
they are shedding at which point they need more brushing.
This dogs are prone to PRA, glaucoma and back disorders.
Beware of overfeeding and under-exercising as they
will get too heavy as they age and then be even
more likely to injure their backs.
Breeding the Dog and any
These dogs sometimes have trouble
delivering and need a Caesarean section.
Life Span: Life
span for Pembrokes is about 12-15 years.
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