In this video,we get to watch some happy 6-weeks-old Corgi puppies playing. Their short little legs, running happily, wide-eyed and playful. It’s like a breath of fresh air. There are 2 types of Corgi’s. Pembroke and Cardigan. The ones that Queen Elizabeth has are Pembroke. She’s had over 30 Pembroke Corgi’s during her reign. That Royal Family has had Corgi’s for over 70 years. What makes Corgi’s so appealing to the Queen and to all the other Corgi lovers? They are loyal, very intelligent, and willing to please us, according to Dog Breed Info.
Characteristics of a Corgi
Corgis are good with children, and are very active. So be sure you give them sufficient exercise to keep them healthy and fit–a long, daily walk. They have a tendency to be overweight, so exercising helps. Corgis with a long back especially need to be careful of staying close to their ideal weight because the extra pounds could affect the health of their spine. Because of the design of their body, it’s easier on their joints if they can run on softer surfaces such as soft dirt or sand. It’s in the instinct of Corgi’s to herd. So if they don’t have a herding job, they may herd their humans or other dogs to keep everyone together. Pembroke Corgi’s do bark, so it’s a good idea to train them early on to stop barking on command, especially if you live in an apartment or condo, where neighbors may complain. Corgi’s also shed. There’s always going to be hair in your home, on your clothes, in your car. And twice a year, their coat shed, so it’s heavy duty shedding a couple of times a year. Even with these minor “inconveniences”, they are the most wonderful friends we can ask for. You can read more about Corgis here. Enjoy watching these happy 6-weeks-old Corgi puppies playing with each other.
Article source: Dog Breed Info