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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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Corgi Cross Breeds Are Cute (25 Pictures)

The other day we showed you an adorable picture of a Corgi/Husky mixed dog (1st picture below), and we got thinking, what other aww-inducing Corgi mixed breeds are there? Well we found out that it doesn’t really matter what dog you breed with a corgi, the result is a cute overdose! 1. Corgi/Husky 2. Corgi/Australian Cattle Dog 3. Corgi/Australian […]

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Corgis as Service Dogs

I am a volunteer for an organization called Canine Companions for Independence. I love volunteering for this organization because I truly believe in their mission. Founded in 1975, Canine Companions for Independence provides highly trained assistance dogs to people with disabilities. It wasn’t long after joining this organization that I learned Labrador Retrievers and Golden […]

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Bonding With The Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Bonding with your Pembroke Welsh Corgi will be easier than with some other breeds. The reason is that the Corgis love to be around people and adapt to being next to you wherever you go. They are followers when it comes to their owners. They will want to be with you in whatever room of […]

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What To Look For When Choosing A Pembroke Welsh Corgi

If you are looking for a puppy and have decided on a Pembroke Welsh Corgi, you need to know what to look for and what the American Kennel Club standards are for the breed. This will include overall health, size, temperament, and socialization with people, dog color and the way they move. A good breeder […]

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