Welsh Cardigan Corgi

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The Welsh Cardigan Corgi was first introduced to Cardiganshire by the Celts in the 1200s, where there small bodies enabled the breed to excel at cattle driving, vermin hunting, and farm guards. The small, highly intelligent Welsh Cardigan Corgi weighs 25 to 30 pounds and stands 10 to 13 inches tall. The breed is extremely active and devoted to their family. Their favorite activity usually means having some exercise time with the family. Most living arrangement are sufficient for the breed, thought considerate children and a lot of exercise are preferred.


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