Country of Origin: Wales.
Coat: Short-haired and weather-resistant. The only restriction on color is that white areas cannot exceed 30 percent of the coat.
Character: This dog is smart, brave, calm, and forms a close bond with its family.
Temperament: This breed has been known to be somewhat reckless with other dogs. Early socialization is necessary in order for it to get along with cats and other household pets. It gets along fine with children.
Care: Occasional brushing to remove dead hairs is required.
Training: Corgis are eager learners and quickly understand what is expected of them.
Activity: The Welsh Corgi likes to be outdoors. It should be taken for long and varied walks and enjoys sporting activities such as playing catch with a Frisbee.
Description : The Cardigan Welsh Corgis are less popular than their cousins, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi. Still they make loyal and affectionate pets who are child friendly. The main noticeable difference between Cardigans and Pembrokes is that Cardigans have good sized tails, Pembrokes do not. They are intelligent and easily trained, yet still require a firm hand when it comes to nipping. Though quite short, they are possessive of their owner's property and make good watch dogs.