Welsh Corgi - Cardigan

 

Welsh Corgi - Cardigan

"Morgan"

Welsh Corgi - Cardigan profile

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Lifespan: 12-14 Years

Avg height: 25-33cm

Avg weight: 11-16kg

Coat type: Short to medium-length double coat, with a thick undercoat and harsher topcoat

Coat colours: Red, sable, black with tan points, brindle, blue merle, blue merle with tan or brindle points, black with brindle points

Originally bred for: Cattle herding, guarding

Breed traits: Fun-loving, high spirited, hardy, tireless, vocal

 

A little about Welsh Corgis

The Cardigan Welsh Corgi is an intelligent, soft, loving breed. They are excellent watchdogs and are highly intelligent companions. They are lively and willing to please and do best with a daily walk to provide the exercise and mental stimulation they need.

 

CARDIGAN WELSH CORGI HEALTH INFORMATION

Health conditions that may affect the Welsh Cardigan Corgi include: Canine Hip Dysplasia, Degenerative Myelopathy, Progressive Retinal Atrophy, bladder stones (Urolithiasis).