Welsh Corgi - Cardigan
Colour: Any, with or without white markings
Lifespan: 12 to 14 years
Cardigan Welsh Corgis are alert, active, steady and confident breed of dog.
Cardigan Corgis have a full tail and are slightly more easy-going than Pembroke Corgis. They can be reserved with strangers, courageous and determined, and they are playful and independent with owners.
Originally bred to drive cattle.
This is a courageous and determined dog.
Owners: affectionate, independent
Children: good, but may nip ankles in play
Other pets: good, may chase
Unfamiliar dogs: good if well socialized
Experienced, easy-going owner who can provide exercise, play and training to ensure that nipping ankles does not become this dog's job.
Likely to nip heels in play or to see off strangers.
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