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How To Corgi On In 2018!

Happy New Year, my friends! A brand spanking new 365 chances to begin anew are on our doorstep. Are you ready to roll? I know I am! Because as years go, my 2017 was kind of a stinker. Still, a year like that — full of screwball luck, soggy biscuits and a few dashed dreams […]

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10 Things Only a Pembroke Welsh Corgi Owner Would Understand

1. You can define “Frapping” – code for “frantic random acts of play,” which usually conclude with dramatic slidesacross linoleum or wooden floor. 2. You field endless questions about “what happened to his tail?” A Corgi owner’s side of the man-on-the-street interview usually goes something like this: This is a tailless breed. No, he did not have a […]

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Caring for a Corgi puppy

So, you’re bringing home a Corgi puppy. That means you’re aspiring to be an English monarch or you’re adding one to the family. These Welsh pups have a rich history and are a famously loyal breed. However, like any herding dog, Corgis have a stubborn and independent streak that takes plenty of work to keep […]

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Corgi Temperament

Corgi’s temperament and personality is friendly, playful, outgoing, protective and in many cases stubborn. Corgis are relatively small dogs whose main work used to be animal herding and be on the lookout for any strange activity in their surroundings which is also what formed their personality over the years. In the course of herding animals, they […]

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Corgis: The royal family in danger of dying out

Buckingham Palace won’t confirm the demise of its canine dynasty, but according to the Sunday Express the Queen is not replacing the animals as they die. She has two corgis named Holly and Willow and is thought to have owned more than 30 during her 63 year reign. At one time Her Majesty owned nine corgis simultaneously. […]

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