Name : Welsh Corgi
              Origin : Great Britain
                  Size : 30cm (12in)

             Weight : 14kg (30lbs)
         Life Span : 13 years
              Group : Herd
  1. The Welsh Corgi is a cute and friendly dog that are favoured as pets.
  2. They were originally herd dogs used in farms to monitor cattle and livestock.
  3. There are two main breeds: Pembroke Welsh Corgi and the Cardigan Welsh Corgi.
  4. The main difference is that the Pembroke Welsh Corgi does not have a tail.
  5. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi has pointy ears while the Cardigan Corgi has rounded ears.
  6. Corgi means dwarf in the Welsh language, referring to the size of these dogs.
  7. Both breeds are short but the Cardigan Welsh Corgis are larger than the other.
  8. Welsh Corgis are family friendly dogs and get along well with small children.
  9. Both breeds shed a lot and they need to be brushed and groomed regularly.
  10. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is very adaptable and loves exercise and running about.
  11. They are easy to train and hence are suitable for first-time dog owners.
  12. They are heelers, meaning they nip at the heels of cattle to herd them.
  13. They are excellent watchdogs and are a favourite with Britain’s Royal family!
  14. The Welsh Corgi can live for about 13 years on an average.

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