What to Buy Before Adopting A Corgi

cute welsh corgi puppies in wicker basket on beige background

If you are looking to add a furry addition to your family, there are many things you will have to do in preparation for their arrival. Just like preparing for a new baby, you will have to adjust your life and home to accommodate them. Here are a few items to have in preparation for… Read more »

Fall Corgi Care Tips

Fall is here which means it is time to update your corgi’s daily regimen for the colder months ahead. Be sure your corgi is safe this season by following these tips:  Regular Grooming  Your corgi should be groomed regularly to maintain their coat and overall health. It is best to establish a regular grooming routine… Read more »

Corgi Grooming Tips

Corgi Grooming Tips

Cardigan & Pembroke Welsh Corgis are well- known for their extensive shedding. Because corgis naturally have a double coat of fur, they tend to shed at a much higher rate than breeds that do not have a double coat. A double coat is two separate layers of fur, with  a thicker shorter underlayer, and a… Read more »

General Corgi Facts & Tips

So, you’ve finally brought your new Corgi home, what’s next? A responsible pet owner will want to know everything they need to do to ensure that their dog lives a long happy and healthy life. Corgis are a unique breed that requires specific care for them to truly thrive. It is important to establish a… Read more »

Corgi Training Tips

Corgi Training Tips

Traditionally Corgis were known as herders and are highly trainable. With love, support, and consistent training tactics they will be a well-behaved puppy. Corgis are very a intelligent dog breed and are able to learn commands very quickly. If you are trying to train your corgi puppy, here are a few tips that will help:  … Read more »

The Differences Between Cardigan Welsh Corgis & Pembroke Welsh Corgis

The Corgi is a beloved dog breed famous for its’ fluffy butt and fun-loving nature. The word Corgi originates from the Celtic word “cor” which means drawf and “gi” which means dog. This is the perfect name for this short but stout breed. The Cardigan Welsh Corgi and Pembroke Welsh Corgis have many similarities but… Read more »

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