The Pembroke Welsh Corgis is a short-haired breed, and even the owner of a racing breed only snips off the whiskers and soles of the feet. Welsh Corgis don't have to spend as much money a year grooming as other breeds. As the breed has no body odor, it is enough to ensure that the Pembroke Welsh Corgis is simply groomed once a day and bathed once a month.
Although Pembroke welsh corgi is omnivorous animals, still mainly carnivorous, so the digestive ability of some plant products is limited. Whole grains, starchy vegetables, and legumes are all carbohydrates that a dog can digest, but it's important to note that the diet of a dog doesn't actually have a specific need for carbohydrates. So, when choosing a portion of dog food for your corgi baby, it should not contain more than 5 percent crude fiber. Some proper crude fiber helps your dog digest, but too much of it can cause problems.
In order for our corgis to grow healthily, we should feed them in a moderate amount each day, because too much and too little is not conducive to healthy growth. And every day in the feed should contain meat and the same amount of all kinds of grains, vegetables, carrots, and another vegetarian. In addition, it is necessary to change varieties regularly to ensure that food intake is comprehensive nutrition. It is important to note that corgis are prone to eye diseases and should be washed with 2% boric acid every 3 to 5 days to prevent eye diseases. Also should be regularly for its bath, remove earwax, tartar, trim claws, etc. A Welleskie is a short-haired breed but should be brushed and combed regularly to keep it clean and attractive. Corgis have no body odor and should only take a bath once a month. Choose a ventilated, clean ，and dry place for the kennel and sterilize it every half a month or once a month to prevent the growth of bacteria.
In training, the owner should praise the Pembroke Welsh Corgis with kindness whenever he finds him trying to do what you want him to do. Sometimes the owner should be encouraged with food, but if the owner uses threatening language or beats the Pembroke Welsh Corgis, which will cause negative results. A Pembroke Welsh Corgis cannot be trained to obey everything, just as a child cannot be trained to obey everything. But when keeping a Pembroke Welsh Corgis, the owner must point out what is taboo for the dog. Thus, with age, the Pembroke Welsh Corgis learns to obey. If the owner finds the Pembroke Welsh Corgis doing something that is not allowed to do, it will be punished. It should be noted that the punishment here is not beating the Pembroke Welsh Corgis, but shaking the collar around the corgi's neck, giving him a stern rebuke or a gentle pat. But punishment can only be imposed if the owner catches it red-handed doing something it is not allowed to do. It would be wrong if the owner punished it afterward because the corgis would understand that everything was wrong for him.
A Pembroke Welsh Corgie is good for moving and quiet. Welsh corgi dogs are a more energetic small working dog, it displayed in the outdoor activity of speed, endurance, and motor skills to let people believe that the ancestors are used for cattle, and in family life, it can also be in the form of very rational, adult corgi dogs seldom scurrying about in the home, of course, this is inseparable with our education.