Corgis

How A Dog Show Works: What Are They Judging?

How A Dog Show Works: What Are They Judging?

The original purpose of a dog show was to identify the best breeding stock. The dogs that won, and the puppies they produced, would be best suited to help their owners do various jobs, depending on their breed.

Do Corgis Shed?

Do Corgis Shed?

Yes, both Pembroke Welsh Corgis and Cardigan Welsh Corgis shed their hair year round. In fact, Corgis are typically categorized as heavy shedders and potential future corgi owners should take this into consideration when determining whether or not a corgi is a good fit for their household

How To Find A Reputable Dog Breeder

How To Find A Reputable Dog Breeder

A reputable dog breeder is an individual who breeds dogs of a particular breed with the purpose of preserving, maintaining, and bettering that breed. 

What is an “American Corgi”?

What is an “American Corgi”?

An “American Corgi” is not a breed of dog. Dogs called “American Corgis” are the result of cross-breeding a Pembroke Welsh Corgi and a Cardigan Welsh Corgi.

Are Corgis Born With Tails?

Are Corgis Born With Tails?

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.

What Is A Fluffy Corgi?

What Is A Fluffy Corgi?

Fluffy corgis are just that, longhaired corgis. A “fluffy” is the name of a Corgi (Cardigan or Pembroke) with a longhaired coat.