Pembroke Welsh Corgi
The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a most agreeable small house dog with an affectionate nature. They have become closely associated with the British monarchy. They were highly popular in the 20th century among royalty. In 1933 the Duke of York obtained for his daughter a Pembroke puppy and they remained a royal favorite. They have also been owned by Queen Elizabeth II and King George VI. The Corgi is an intelligent and remarkably alert breed who is wary of strangers and makes a very good watchdog. Although known for their bark being worse than their bite, they do have a tendency to nip at the heels of people and this trait should be discouraged at a young age in order to remove it. The Pembroke requires companionship and without this may develop undesirable methods of seeking attention. Differences between the Pembroke and the Cardigan: The Pembroke has straighter legs; is not quite as long bodied; the head is generally more wedged-shaped; the ears are smaller and closer together; they are usually lighter; and they do not have a tail or as bushy a tail as the Cardigan. They are often born without a tail at all. They can often appear sprightly in character and are quite confident. Active and devoted, this little dog can be quite amusing in character and appearance at times. They get along with children and other pets, their sturdiness making them suitable companions for even large dogs. Pembroke Welsh Corgis are said to have the heart of a large dog in a dwarfed body, making them an ideal companion.
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