Cardigan Welsh Corgi

Cardigan Welsh Corgi

Breed Size :
Small Size

Height :
Male 25 - 33 cm Female 24 - 32 cm

Weight :
Male 11 - 14 Kg Female 10 - 13 Kg

Average Life :
12-15 years

Race and Behaviour Specialist Can Paksoy's character analysis



Cardigan Welsh Corgi

Cardigan Welsh Corgi is a stylish, bold and calm dog. They are intelligent and loving animals that make a close connection with their family, but they mostly enjoy communicating with a single person. Cardigan Welsh Corgi is a bit more aggressive and energetic than the Pembroke Welsh Corg. Even at the expense of life, he is standing upright against the big dog to protect his owner. The weight is almost twice the length. Cardigan Welsh Corgi has long, rounded and upwardly inclined ears and a slightly flat skull. They have a flat back, a low-level body and uncut tail, as well as wide and rounded feet. Cardigan Welsh Corgi looks like a fox or short-legged German shepherd dog. Larger ears are distinguished from Pembroke Welsh Corgi by uncut tails and heavier body.

Cardigan Welsh Corgi Training

Cardigan Welsh Corgis are willing learners and understand their expectations quickly. Cardigan Welsh Corgi is successful in dog sports such as shepherd dog and agility exercises.

Cardigan Welsh Corgi Care

To remove dead fur, Cardigan Welsh Corgi should be regularly scrubbed with a brush and washed only when necessary. It has an average life of 12-15 years. It is sensitive to eye diseases such as PRA and glaucoma disease. Obesity triggers serious health problems, so proper nutrition and exercise are important. Another potential health problem is spinal cord degenerative myelopathy, which can occur when the dog's feet are abnormally close to each other. Cardigan Welsh Corgi can live outside, but he enjoys spending his life at home with his family and playing games in the garden.

Cardigan Welsh Corgi Character Structure

It is known that Cardigan Welsh Corgi remains indifferent to other dogs. Cardigan Welsh Corgi needs to be social early to communicate well with cats and other pets. It also communicates well with children. Cardigan Welsh Corgi is alert to strangers and does not easily allow strangers to enter the area where their friends are.

Cardigan Welsh Corgi Character Properties

Energy Level Moderate
Exercise needs Moderate
Playfullness Low
Getting on with other dogs Low
Getting on with other pets Moderate
Getting on with children Moderate
Behavior with foreigners Moderate
Trainability Moderate
Protection feature Good

Cardigan Welsh Corgi Feather

Cardigan Welsh Corgi has short and weatherproof outer fur and soft lining fur. Cardigan Welsh Corgis can be blue, red, black and gray with possible burn lines. There are white marks or stains (vertical line between eyes) on the chest, legs, mouth, tail end of each of them. There should not be more than 30 percent of fur hairs in white areas. Cardigan Welsh Corgi sheds twice a year.

Cardigan Welsh Corgi Exercise Needs

Cardigan Welsh Corgi breed will need more exercise according to their body size. This breed is also very much enjoyed the outdoors. Cardigan Welsh Corgi likes sports like long walks and catching Frisbee. Herding is Cardigan Welsh Corgi's favorite activity. Cardigan Welsh Corgi should not be allowed to jump from serious heights (even a few meters) or run long distances due to his long back and short legs. It is not a problem for him to live in the apartment provided that he exercises adequately.

Cardigan Welsh Corgi Living Environment

They are suitable breeds for living in an apartment. They can be raised in a gardenless house because they are sufficiently active in the house. 

Cardigan Welsh Corgi Origin

Cardigan Welsh Corgi (also known as 'Cardigan', 'CWC' or 'Cardi') is one of the oldest breeds of herding and is believed to date back to 3000 years in the Land of Wales. 'Cor gi', translated as 'dwarf dog' or 'gathering dog', and all other Cardigan Welsh Corgi names appeared in Cardiganshire, Wales. Before the twentieth century, it was known as the 'Garden Dog' because it preserved an English garden from beginning to end in the best possible way. Cardigan Welsh Corgi is believed to descend from the Teckel family; then mated with Collie to get additional colors. In fact, Cardigan Welsh Corgi, who served as a hunter or guard dog, was training to herd the cattle by pressing the heels and hitting. so farmers could work in the wider area with the spread of cattle over large areas. When certain rules change, Cardigan Welsh Corgi lost his reputation and was almost forgotten. The rest of them were those that were mated with gray-colored shepherd dogs. Cardigan Welsh Corgi was recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1935 and today it is known to be shepherd dogs and pets, but the famous cousin Pembroke Welsh Corgi who outnumbered them has blocked this breed.

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