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Cardigan Welsh Corgi

Even-tempered, loyal and affectionate, the Cardigan Welsh Corgi originally was used as a drover and farm dog in Cardiganshire in 1200 B.C. Mostly a companion dog today, the Cardigan is small but capable of great power, speed and endurance. This breed can adapt well to city or country life if provided daily exercise. His double coat requires regular brushing.
Living Considerations
  • Good with children
  • Not hypoallergenic
  • Suitable for apartment living if adequately exercised
Did you know?
The Cardigan Welsh Corgi and Pembroke Welsh Corgi were regarded officially in England as two types of one breed until 1934, when they were recognised as distinct breeds.
Cardigan Welsh Corgi
  • Size Medium
  • Height 26 to 32 centimetres at the withers
  • Weight Males - 13.5 to 17 kilograms
    Females - 11 to 15 kilograms
  • Coat Short
  • Energy Medium
  • Colour Shades of red, sable or brindle; black or blue merle with or without tan or brindle points
  • Activities Agility, Conformation, Herding, Obedience, Rally Obedience, Tracking
  • Indoor/Outdoor Both