Cardigan Welsh Corgi Vs Pembroke

Cardigan Welsh Corgi Vs Pembroke: A Brief History Of The Breed

The first time I saw a pair of Cardigans was when my father brought them home from the show ring. They were so pretty! I couldn’t believe they were real dogs!

My dad had always wanted me to have one since he knew how much I loved animals. I was only two years old at the time.

I remember looking at them with such wonder and wanting to play with them all the time. When I got older, I would watch my dad take care of them while he worked as a butcher in town. One day he told me that he had found a stray dog in his neighborhood and decided to adopt it because it looked like my dad’s Cardigan puppies.

The dog lived for five days before dying from being hit by a car. My dad cried every night over the loss of his beloved pet.

After that sad story, I never thought about Cardigans again until recently. Recently, I met a woman named Susan who lives in California. She told me she used to own a dog called Goliath which belonged to her late husband who passed away several years ago.

She still misses him very much. When I asked her what kind of dog he was, this is when she told me that Goliath was a Cardigan Welsh Corgi. She said that he was the smartest and most loving dog she had ever owned.

I was so surprised to hear about her late husband’s love for this rare breed since there are not many of them in this part of the country. She even told me that she is thinking about getting another dog because being alone all day is very sad and depressing. Since I had heard so much about Goliath, I decided to tell her all about my own experiences with the breed.

Caring for a Dog is Work!

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To my surprise, she told me that she was not sure if she wanted to go through with getting another dog because of how much work they can be. She told me that Goliath used to sleep all day and would bark at strangers which is basically what a guard dog is supposed to do. Still, she said she gave him a lot of attention when she was home and fed him the best food.

I told her that all dogs need attention and food regardless of whether they are working or not. However, I also said that some dogs are more active than others and might require more walks. I have never owned a dog before but have always wanted to.

I am a very active person and could easily take your dog on long walks since you work all day.

Also, my schedule is very flexible and in case you are wondering I do have a job. I work at the public library where I also go to school. If you decide to let me take care of your dog, I promise that I will take good care of her or him.

Thank you for your time and have a good day.

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Clinical characterization of a familial degenerative myelopathy in Pembroke Welsh Corgi dogs by JR Coates, PA March, M Oglesbee… – Journal of veterinary …, 2007 – Wiley Online Library

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