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Pembroke Welsh Corgi


Overview of Pembroke Welsh Corgi

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is perhaps most well known because of Queen Elizabeth II's love of the breed. She has owned over thirty Corgis during her reign, and many were descended from her first Corgi, Susan. There is even a cute animated movie about her favorite doggos. There is no traceable breed history, but some say that dogs were first brought over to Pembrokeshire, Wales by Flemish Weavers in the 1800s. There are two varieties of the Corgi and the Pembroke is definitely the more popular of the two. Not only are they a Queen favorite, but Pembroke Welsh Corgis can also bust a move! With their fluffy hindquarters, enthusiastic smile and boundless energy, these pups have been known to dance to music. How could you not love a dog that dances? Corgis originally herded and guarded cattle—their short stature kept them at the perfect height to nip at heels while ducking under stomping hooves!

Common Health Conditions & Recommendations for Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Hip Dyplasia:

Is one of the most common health issues that a Corgi may face. It affects the development of the hip joint causing a decreased range of motion and stiffness, which may lead to arthritis, and mobility issues including discomfort and inflammation.

Recommendations for Hip Dyplasia in Pembroke Welsh Corgi Dogs:

Common Health Conditions & Recommendations for Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Skin Allergies:

Just like people, dogs can have allergies. Pembroke Welsh Corgis may be prone to skin allergies from environmental allergens like pollen and dust.

Recommendations for Skin Allergies in Pembroke Welsh Corgi Dogs:

Common Health Conditions & Recommendations for Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Von Willebrand’s Disease:

Is a hereditary disorder that may be inherited by Pembroke Welsh Corgis. This is a condition that decreases blood clotting ability so if they suffer an injury, they may experience blood loss and anemia.

Recommendations for Von Willebrand’s Disease in Pembroke Welsh Corgi Dogs:



The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is very intelligent, eager to please and loyal. Corgis are mainly companion animals these days, however, they have maintained the working dog spirit of their ancestors! They would do well in an active household with older children because they may try to nip and herd small children. With a great sense of humor and a cheerful personality, these short-legged pups will provide you with hours of entertainment. Looking for a sweet pup that is devoted, low to the ground and has rhythm? Well, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi may be the perfect companion for you!

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