The two Corgi breeds are very similar in many ways. Cardigan and Pembroke Welsh Corgi were considered as one for many years till breeders found some differences. They originated from central Europe and they found their way to Wales. The Cardigan Welsh Corgi was developed in Cardiganshire while the Pembroke Welsh Corgi was developed in Pembrokeshire. Welsh Corgis were … [Read more...]
Getting a Corgi Puppy and What to Expect
Being the proud owner of a Corgi puppy is an exciting experience. A Welsh Corgi is a nice dog to have especially when you understand this breed and anticipate how your dog will react under different circumstances. Let’s take a look at what to expect from a Corgi puppy as it grows to an adorable adult Corgi. The Welsh Corgi is a small dog but with a sturdy body. … [Read more...]
What is the best diet for a Corgi adult?
Corgis just like any other dog breed have an ideal set of nutritional requirements. These requirements are based on the dog’s weight, energy levels, coat and health condition. As a dog owner you should try as much as possible to feed your dog with a diet that satisfies these requirements. Corgis were developed in Southern Wales and as such, their diet should be as close to … [Read more...]
What weight should my Corgi be?
Corgis are good feeders and will easily pack on the pounds if they get to eat a lot of food. They have a great appetite and will heartily eat any food that comes their way. They have this pleading look on their faces when they want to get something from you. Corgis are also good at begging food through their manipulative clownish behavior. Some owners mistake this for … [Read more...]
What is the max temperature a Corgi can withstand?
Welsh Corgis adapt well to a wide range of temperatures. The two breeds, the Cardigan Welsh Corgi and the Pembroke Welsh Corgi were developed in the southern parts of Wales. Because of the weather conditions in that area which has all four seasons well defined what makes this dog adapt easily to a wide range of temperatures. Corgis will get along the summer and winter … [Read more...]