Welsh Corgi


The Life of Animals | Welsh Corgi | There are two types of Cardigan and Pembroke Welsh corgis, each named for the counties of Wales where they come from. Dog's undercoat is short, soft and thick. The dog fox head and a short tail, which is realized through breeding or docking. Historically, the Pembroke is a kind of natural bob tail (very short tail), and today, when Pembroke's tail at all, usually curly. Since the advent of the tail docking of dogs, bob tail is not aggressively follow the breeders instead of other characteristics, and the tail artificially shortened if necessary. Pembroke stand 10 inches (25 cm) and 12 inches (30 cm) and weighs about 28 pounds (13 kg).

Corgis of herding dogs and perform their duties in a puppy nipping at the heels, allows him to avoid kicking in the process. The herding dogs, corgis work livestock differently than other species. Instead of gathering livestock as a Collie would, by running around the livestock, corgis drive the herd forward their trail clamps worked behind semicircles. Welsh corgis also guarded children and were beloved pets

Cardigan Welsh Corgi Pembroke both dogs and among the healthiest and longest life in the Herding Group. Pembroke Welsh corgis susceptible to intervertebral disc disease, hip, progressive retinal atrophy and epilepsy. Cardigan Welsh Corgis, the average life expectancy of 12 to 14 years, and the Pembroke Welsh corgis typically live 12 to 15 years corgis often compete in dog agility trials, obedience, staging, flyball, tracking and livestock events.

Cardigan and Pembroke corgis management basic instincts can be trained to compete in herding trials outside Wales, corgis as popularized by Queen Elizabeth II for his four suites at any time. The first corgi was named Susan. Currently, two states and two corgis Dorgis (Corgi / Dachshund cross). Some portraits of Queen Elizabeth II contain corgi. Corgis that the characters have to build a fantasy fairy Corgiville Fair, Corgiville The Great Christmas Kidnapping and Corgiville American author and illustrator Tasha Tudor. In 1961, the Walt Disney little lost dog, a Pembroke Corgi widespread publicity. The Korg Top Shelf comics in the folk tradition of the corgi as a draft animal fairy.  

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