Pembroke Welsh Corgi

one of the world's most popular herding breeds.

Hailing from Pembrokeshire, Wales, this breed has a history that dates back over a thousand years.


The Pembroke Welsh Corgi gained immense popularity due to its association with Queen Elizabeth II.

A Royal Favorite

Known for their short legs, long body, and expressive ears, Corgis are easily recognizable.

Physical Features

Typically weighing between 24 to 30 pounds, they stand about 10 to 12 inches at the shoulder.

Use Bite Size & Weight

 Their coat can be red, sable, fawn, black and tan, with or without white markings.

Coat & Colors

They are affectionate, smart, and alert, making them excellent family companions.


Originally bred for herding, they still possess a strong instinct to herd.

Herding Instincts

Regular check-ups, a balanced diet, and exercise are essential for their well-being.

Health & Care

With proper care, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi can live up to 12 to 15 years.


Early socialization and obedience training are crucial for a well-rounded Corgi.

Training & Socialization

Their charm and character have made them a favorite both in homes and in popular culture.