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Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Pembroke Welsh Corgi

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08/10/2015

What Dog Breed Is Right For Me?

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi Report

A dog-breed-picture.com Publication
Copyright 2007 Mill Creek Publishing
You may resell this report, provided it is distributed as a whole and no changes are made to the report.

All About the Pembroke Welsh Corgi
Section 1: Pembroke Welsh Corgi Characteristics Section 2: Pembroke Welsh Corgi Personality & Temperament Section 3: Grooming Considerations Section 4: Feeding & Exercise Considerations

All About the Pembroke Welsh Corgi: Description This dog breed is distinguished from the very similar looking Cardigan Welsh Corgi, by his docked tail. The attractive face and head resembles that of a fox. His eyes are oval, his eyes dark, and the ears are erect and medium sized with rounded points. The neck is fairly long for this dog's small size, as well as slightly arched and clean. The ribs are slightly egg-shaped and moderately long with a deep chest, not too low to the ground. The forelegs are short with forearms turning inward slightly so that the front is not totally straight.
See our Pembroke Welsh Corgi Care & Training Guide for additional resources.

All About the Pembroke Welsh Corgi: Description His coat is double and medium in length, with a noticeable ruff; hair straight and at times wavy but not wiry or fluffy. The Pembroke's color can range in colors of red, sable, fawn, black and tan, and may also contain white. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a medium-sized, big boned dog who is moderately long and low standing. His height is only about ten to twelve inches tall and ideally he will weigh in at approximately 27 pounds. The female should be about two pounds lighter.
See our Pembroke Welsh Corgi Care & Training Guide for additional resources.

All About the Pembroke Welsh Corgi: Personality Pembrokes are fond of children, provide they have been raised together since puppy hood.

How Good Is the Pembroke Welsh Corgi With Children?

(3 out of 5 stars: Better With Older Children)
See our Pembroke Welsh Corgi Care & Training Guide for help with introducing your new Pembroke Welsh Corgi to your children.

All About the Pembroke Welsh Corgi: Personality The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a people lover. He is a hardy dog that makes for an excellent guard as well as a devoted companion.

How Good Is the Pembroke Welsh Corgi With People?

(3 out of 5 stars: Average)

See our Pembroke Welsh Corgi Care & Training Guide for help with socialization and training your new Pembroke Welsh Corgi.

All About the Pembroke Welsh Corgi: Personality
Training should begin from puppy hood to combat his stubborn streak. Without early and proper socialization, he can become wary of strangers and has the tendency to bite them if he feels threatened. He makes a great watchdog with a big-dog bark.

How Easy Is It to Train the Pembroke Welsh Corgi?

(4 out of 5 stars: Easier To Train)

See our Pembroke Welsh Corgi Care & Training Guide for training help.

All About the Pembroke Welsh Corgi: Personality While the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a very social breed, he can tolerate some time alone. Rest assured, when you come home, he will greet you with open arms (or paws)!

How Independent Is the Pembroke Welsh Corgi?

(3 out of 5 stars: Average)

See our Pembroke Welsh Corgi Care & Training Guide for activity ideas and dealing with separation.

All About the Pembroke Welsh Corgi: Personality
The Pembroke Welsh Corgi tends to be good with other pets, but may be a bit aggressive with other dogs. Success with introducing your Pembroke Welsh Corgi to other dogs depends on proper introduction exercises and training.

How Good Is the Pembroke Welsh Corgi With Other Dogs?

(2 out of 5 stars: Slightly Dog Aggressive)
See our Pembroke Welsh Corgi Care & Training Guide for help with introducing your new Pembroke to other dogs.

All About the Pembroke Welsh Corgi: Personality The Pembroke Welsh Corgi tends to bark about average compared to other breeds. Pembrokes are not likely to be bothered enough by voice his opinion about walkers passing by.

Is the Pembroke Welsh Corgi An Excessive Barker Or Very Quiet?

(3 out of 5 stars: Average)

See our Pembroke Welsh Corgi Care & Training Guide for additional resources

All About the Pembroke Welsh Corgi: Grooming This breed has a water-resistant shedding coat with a fine texture and would need to be brushed daily.

Does the Pembroke Welsh Corgi Require a Great Deal of Grooming?

(3 out of 5 stars: Average)

See our Pembroke Welsh Corgi Care & Training Guide for grooming information.

All About the Pembroke Welsh Corgi: Feeding & Exercise
How Much Exercise Do Pembroke Welsh Corgis Require? As an owner of this breed you must ensure a proper diet and guard against excess because when overweight, Corgi's are prone to serious back problems. Too much stair climbing and high impact exercises can also lead to injury.

(3 out of 5 stars: Average)

See our Pembroke Welsh Corgi Care & Training Guide for feeding and exercise help.

All About the Pembroke Welsh Corgi: Resources

Please check out our Pembroke Welsh Corgi Care & Training Guide for Pembroke specific training and care techniques. I also highly recommend this Welsh Corgi DVD Video. Sign up for our free dog care & training tips newsletter. As a thank you for your purchase, you may resell this report or give it away to your customers. You are granted resell rights of this report, provided it is distributed as a whole and is not changed or altered in any way.
Copyright 2007 dog-breed-picture.com Mill Creek Publishing

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