The Pembroke Welch is now divided into two groups: the Cardigan Welsh Corgi and the Pembroke Welsh Corgi. It’s one of the most ancient forms of grazing. If anything, the PEMBROKE CORGI is shorter, but its leg bones are straighter and lighter, the advantage of the Welsh Corgi over the former is probably the softer texture of the coat; as for the character, the Pembroke Corgis are restless and excitable, unlike the Cardigan Welsh Corgi.
From the 12th century Richard I to the present day Elizabeth II, Corgis have been a beloved pet of the British royal family. Cardigan Welsh Corgi is vivacious but also composed, loyal and loving, obedient and adaptable, able to adapt to different environments and climates, with an intelligent and curious expression that never shows shyness or ferocity.
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