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Meet Corgi

Originally bred to herd cattle, sheep, and horses, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is an active and intelligent dog breed. Corgi is the family soul.

History

& Family


Pembroke Welsh Corgis have been around since 1107 AD in some way, shape, or form. They certainly didn’t look how they look today, but there are historical records describing a short-legged dog used for driving cattle in Wales.

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Puppies for Adopting

The puppies are 3 month old. Corgis are generally good with children and well-mannered in the home. Corgi is usually an exceptionally obedient dog.

Races

& Awards

Agility is an exciting, fast paced and fun sport for us and our dogs. Agility is a set course of obstacles that your dog must navigate properly in order and within time. Obstacles include jumps, tunnels, weave poles teeters and a-frame to name a few. Visit next Competitions and be proud of our Corgis.

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Adopters Are Saying

My family would not be complete without the 3 little pups that live with us now. Funny, adorable and well-trained corgi is a perfect addition!

Anna Simpson

Writer

These are the most cute, kind and loving puppies in the world! Love the breed and love my babies very much! Thank you so much for your wonderful job!

Jamie Parks

Designer

Being an owner of such a wonderful puppy is an extremely responsible thing! Thank you for all your help and professional assistance with our pet.

John Walker

Doctor

Food. Love.

Trainings

High energy combined with lots of smarts lends itself to disaster when the dog is not properly cared for. It’s imperative that Corgis receive appropriate amounts of exercise, special food, bath, care and brain activities. Be caring and responsible.

How to Train?

Fitness is not for Corgi, so please do not them get lazy right away! Exercise and play!
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How to Walk?

Who let the dogs out? Let everyone in the area know how awesome it is to walk a Corgi!
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How to Equip?

Some Corgis take a lot of space. Some like it minimal. Get ready for the worst with Corgi!
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How to Play?

These guys love to play! They are friendly and energetic, so please keep them busy!
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How to Care?

Keep your pup safe from medical emergencies by regular check-ups with your local vet.
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How to Groom?

Spa, massage and facial – Corgis take it all. Give your pups regular wash, cut and vet check
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How to Treat?

Corgis need special treatment. Here is the list of medicine and vitamins for your pups!
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How to Feed?

Yes, Corgis are always hungry. You could never feed them enough. So how to feed Corgi?
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