Welsh corgi pembroke

Posted on January 19th, 2017

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Welsh corgi pembroke

Information Welsh corgi pembroke

Country of Origin:
Wales

History:
The Pembroke was developed in Pembrokeshire, Wales, as an all-purpose farm dog that herder cattle and drove geese. It is believed to descend from spitz type ancestors brought to Wales by Flemish weavers. It is rarely used as a herding dog today. It is closely related to the Cardigan Welsh Corgi.

Physical Description:
The Pembroke is a long, low, solidly built dog with short, well-boned legs. It has a foxy head with large, erect ears; oval, brown eyes; and a black nose. It is deep chested and naturally tailless. The medium length coat is red, sable, fawn, black and tan, with or without white markings.

Height:
10 to 12 inches (25-30cm)

Weight:
25 to 30 pounds (10-12kg)

Temperament:
Like the Cardigan, the Pembroke is a big dog in a small package. It is an active, intelligent, and fun-loving dog and gets along with almost everyone. The Pembroke does well with children but should be supervised. It is devoted to its family but can be headstrong.

Activity Level:
Moderate

Best Owner:
The Pembroke does well with an active family in a rural or suburban home.

Special Needs:
Grooming, socialization, training



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