Basic Corgi Care

Queen Elizabeth II is known as the first female monarch to serve in the British army and the first member of the royal family to open the Buckingham Palace to the public. However, the Queen reveals her light and loving side through her unbeatable affection for corgis. Her Majesty has been taking care of corgis since 1944, at 18 years old. She has seven left in her pack but she is not planning to add any, as she is getting older. However, her devotion for her dogs has never faltered. Her corgis remain much pampered. Although Queen Elizabeth II treats her corgis like royalty, there is no need for lavish corgi care.
Take note that regular exercise and a proper diet are essentials in corgi care. Both the Pembroke Welsh Corgi and the Cardigan Welsh Corgi belong to the herding group. Therefore, they need a lot of space and time to run around. If you want to keep a corgi in the apartment, you have to make sure that you provide at least 15 minutes of exercise daily to satisfy his need for physical activity. Although not hyperactive, corgis are very athletic. You’ll be surprised by how fast corgis can run.
Corgi owners have to keep the diet of these dogs in check because if they become overweight, they’re going to have a hard time carrying their weight because of their short legs and long bodies. An 8-9 week old corgi pup can be fed twice a week with kibbles for puppies. However, when it hits 6 months, you may want to reduce the feeding schedule from twice to once a day. Ideally, you should feed it 2 cups of dog food once a day but some owners spread the portions to twice a day to keep the dog from getting hunger pangs. Just divide the 2 cups to 1 cup a day to limit the portions. This is the standard but as a dog owner, it is your responsibility to check if the 2 cups is too little or too much.

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