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Above you will find the latest Welsh Corgi puppies which we have for sale. At times we may only have a few Welsh Corgi available so we do hope you check back soon to find and locate your new furry best friend! Should there not be any Welsh Corgi puppy listings shown, please complete the form accordingly to register your interest in buying an Welsh Corgi.
My name is Tricia Romine, I decided to import a mini bull terrier through Euro Puppy USA in Feb of 2007. I am very glad that I decided to go through them, for when importing any dog there is a language barrier between you and the breeder and Euro Puppy has people who can ask questions to the breeders for you. This was of great help in my decision. Also Euro puppy USA kept in very close contact with me […]
Hey Steve, I got Bash (Micro) today. He is perfect and doing great he is already playing and following me everywhere. I am so happy he is he and doing wonderful. He goes to the vet Sunday and I know everything will be fine. I attached some pic he wouldn’t stay still so he just wants to play. Thanks a million
Sandor, Emil is getting bigger everyday. He is doing great. He has a great temperment and a great little personality. Everyone who sees him says he is the cutest puppy they have ever seen, and my girlfriend and I agree.Currently we are working on “sit” and after just a couple of days, I think he knows it. We have been taking him to ‘Puppy playtime’ at the vet twice a week. It is for puppies who have not gotten all […]
Dear Eddie, As promised, please see attached pictures of the lovely ‘Mdogo’ (Meaning little one in Swahili) in his home. I would just like to say a very big thank you to all involved in the process of getting Mdogo to Morogoro, Tanzania. My house has now become a home! Thank you. Sincerely, Nick
About Welsh Corgi Breed
There are two breeds of Welsh corgis, the Cardigan and the Pembroke, each named for the county in Wales where it originated. The differences between the two breeds include bone structure, body length, and size. Cardigans are the larger of the two breeds, with large rounded ears and a 12-inch-long foxy, flowing tail set in line with the body. Though the Cardigan is allowed more colours than the Pembroke, white should not predominate in its coat. The breed stands about 12 inches (30 cm) at the shoulder, and weighs about 30 pounds (14 kg). The Cardigan is sturdy, mobile, alert, active, intelligent, steady, and neither shy nor aggressive.