Country of Origin: Wales.
Coat: The Pembroke Welsh Corgi's coat is water-resistant and consists of hard straight hairs. Acceptable colors for a Pembroke Welsh Corgi are beige, red, black and tan, and there may be white markings on the neck, chest, and legs.
Character: The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is an energetic dog that bonds quickly with its family. Pembroke Welsh Corgis are brave, intelligent, alert, and self-confident.
Temperament: Pembroke Welsh Corgis are good with children as long as they do not tease them. Pembroke Welsh Corgis are somewhat watchful around strangers, but not suspicious. Occasionally Pembroke Welsh Corgis can be domineering over each other.
Care: The Pembroke Welsh Corgi's coat should be brushed occasionally to remove dead hair.
Training: The intelligence of the Pembroke Welsh Corgi makes training fairly easy.
Activity: The Pembroke Welsh Corgi has an abundance of energy. Three short walks a day will not suffice for a Pembroke Welsh Corgi. Pembroke Welsh Corgis enjoys games of catch and other activities where it can develop agility skills.
Description : Pembroke Welsh Corgis are obedient and good house dogs with affectionate natures. Corgis are, as a rule, intelligent, alert and wary of strangers, making them very good watchdogs. Though known for their bark being worse than their bite, Pembroke Welsh Corgis do have a tendency to nip at the heels of people and should be trained as a puppy to eliminate that trait. Pembroke Welsh Corgis require companionship and without it may develop undesirable methods of seeking attention.