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Welsh Corgi: Pembroke

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Introduction

General information

  • An ancient breed originating in Great Britain, used to drive cattle to markets by nipping at their heels. Retains its tendency to nip which means it is not very good with children and other dogs.
  • Not readily obedience trained but does make a good watchdog and is suitable for the urban environment.
  • Shorter in the body than the Cardigan Welsh Corgi: Cardigan , they are often born with a naturally docked tail.

Biological Data

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