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                    UPDATED November 11,  2017
        
 Pembroke Welsh Corgi  AKC Registered Puppies
                                              
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 Ellensburg, WA  509-929-4033  

           corgilane@gmail.com
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We live on a small farm/ranch in the Ellensburg area, these are family dogs. Loving loyal companions for everyone. Mother and Father are on site. Exit 101 on Interstate 90.

                                                                            



                                                        Pembroke Welsh Corgi 

  • Personality: Smart and alert, affectionate but not pushy, bold but kindly.
  • Energy Level: Very Active; A strong and athletic little dog, the Pembroke loves physical activity and is happiest when he has a job to do.
  • Good with Children: Better with Supervision
  • Good with other Dogs: With Supervision
  • Shedding: Frequent
  • Grooming: Occasional
  • Trainability: Responds Well
  • Height: 10-12 inches
  • Weight: up to 30 pounds (male), up to 28 pounds (female)
  • Life Expectancy: 12-13 years
  • Barking Level: Barks When Necessary
The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a long, low dog with large erect ears, a broad flat skull and a fox-like head. The tail is almost non-existent. (The Cardigan variety has a long tail.) The Pembroke's eyes are dark, preferably with black rims, and the nose is black. The soft, water-resistant coat comes in red, sable, fawn or black & tan (called Tri color) usually with white markings.

Pembroke Welsh Corgis originate in Pembrokeshire, Wales. Coming to Wales with the Vikings they are believed to be descended from Swedish Vallhund dogs. The word "corgi" translates to "dwarf dog" in Welsh. Originally bred for herding sheep and cattle, they have proven themselves as excellent companion animals and are outstanding competitors in sheepdog trials and agility. Corgis are very popular in the USA and rank 23rd in AKC registrations.