Welsh Corgi Care
Updated: Feb 10
The Corgi is believed to have a common ancestor with the Dachshund, and both have an elongated body, short legs and a fluffy tail. Males can grow up to 10 to 12 inches and can weight anywhere from 24 to 30 lbs (with a healthy diet). Females Can grow up to 10 to 12 inches and can weight anywhere from 22 to 28 lbs (with a healthy diet).
Corgi puppies take about twelve to fifteen months to mature, and should be played with from quite early on since they are packed full of energy. These puppies are good listeners, are very affectionate and have great personalities.
Care and Exercise
A five to ten minute brushing twice a week is sufficient, but plenty of exercise is prefered at least twice a day. Corgis do best when given lots of room to run around freely, but can easily adapt to any surroundings.