What can I expect from a Pembroke Welsh Corgi?
Corgis have been historically known to be able to track badgers back to their dens, but they are best known as herders, so don’t be surprised if at a gathering at home all your guests suddenly find themselves grouped in the center of the room! Additionally, they are what are known as “heelers”, dogs that nip at their prey’s heels to keep them in check without losing control of the group, so don’t forget to keep your pup busy with plenty of exercise and toys to prevent this behavior!
It is because of this that Corgis are great when it comes to herding fowl and other animals, making them a popular working breed in rural and farm areas, but also exceptionally good companions when living in a city setting.
Helpful Information About Corgis
Throughout many years of breeding, the goal has always been to produce great dogs and family members you can adopt for many years to come. These articles below are resources we wanted to share to ensure you’re making the right choice!