One of the most important health decisions you’ll make as a young pet parent is the decision of when to spay/neuter your dog.
A full-grown Pembroke Welsh Corgi should be getting at least 1 hour of physical exercise each day.
As responsible corgi owners, it is our duty to break these stereotypes and educate future corgi owners about the breed
a healthy corgi should have a clearly defined waistline and an obvious abdominal tuck just after their rib cage.
It may surprise you, but most Pembroke Welsh Corgis are born with full-length tails. It’s not uncommon for people to assume that corgis are born with short, stubby tails.
You should NEVER shave your corgi. By removing their natural insulating layer, your dog is no longer able to regulate its body temperature thus making them chronically uncomfortable.
Fluffy corgis are just that, longhaired corgis. A “fluffy” is the name of a Corgi (Cardigan or Pembroke) with a longhaired coat.
Check out these 14 facts about Pembroke Welsh Corgis that you should know.
I have learned that, just like everything else in this world, when it comes to dogs, “You get what you pay for.