Pembroke Welsh Corgi
Country of Origin:
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.
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.
10 to 12 inches (25-30cm)
25 to 30 pounds (10-12kg)
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.
The Pembroke does well with an active family in a rural or suburban home.
Grooming, socialization, training
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source: dog bible