Dogs of the Welsh Corgi breed are loyal friends who treat all family members equally. They love to be in the spotlight and try to amaze and make their loved ones laugh.
This is an amazing dog, a favorite breed of Her Majesty Queen of Great Britain Elizabeth II, a small shepherd dog with a big and fearless heart.
Corgis were born 3,000 years ago.
In 1107, Flemish weavers brought them to England, and to this day this breed is one of the most beloved in Great Britain.
Corgis are loved and appreciated for their good character, loyalty.
From the 12th century to this day, they have been working as shepherds, and at one time they even specialized in driving geese.
Specialists divide Welsh Corgi into two types: cardigan and Pembroke. Both breeds were crossed in the 19th century.
The first puppies of these breeds appeared in families of the farmer of Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire.
The English Corgi Club was founded in 1925.
The most famous Welsh Corgi live in the family of Queen Elizabeth II.
No photo of Elizabeth II is complete without these furry companions.
Corgis are smart dogs. They grasp commands on the fly, instantly navigate and quickly adapt.
You can learn dogs in just a few weeks, starting from the second month of life.
It is best to teach corgi puppies to commands at a young age. According to experts, the corgi is friendly and optimistic.