Breed: Pembroke Welsh Corgi
Country of Origin: Wales
Color: Fawn, Black & Tan, Blue, Black & White, Red, Sable
Life Expectancy: 12-15 years
Height: Male: 25-30 cm, Female: 25-30 cm
Weight: Male: 10-14 kg, Female: 10-13 kg
Litter Size: 3-7 puppies
The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a long, low dog with large erect ears, a broad flat skull and a fox-like head.
The tail is almost non-existent. (The Cardigan variety has a long tail.) The Pembroke's eyes are dark, preferably with black rims, and the nose is black.
The soft, water-resistant coat comes in red, sable, fawn or black & tan, usually with white markings.
Some differences between the Pembroke and the Cardigan are: the Pembroke usually has straighter legs as it is not quite as long- bodied as a Cardigan; the
Pembroke's head is generally more wedge-shaped; the ears are smaller and closer together than the Cardigans; also the Pembroke tends to be lighter than the Cardigan.
Temperament: Playful, Tenacious, Bold, Outgoing, Friendly, Protective
Health Problems: Prone to PRA, glaucoma and back disorders. Gains weight easily. Do not overfeed for if they become fat it can cause back problems.
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