Purebred corgis for sale. With papers. BiΓ±an # dogs dog puppy corgi puppies reddit.com/gallery/uysrh4
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Hi puppies! I'm Gin, a welsh corgi cardigan from Norway. And I think this donut pillow is awesome! Even though the kids say it's not my bed... I say they're wrong! reddit.com/gallery/jbsq91
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First year timeline for a Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppy?

Hey everyone! Sorry if a post like this is repetitive/not allowed so feel free to get rid of it if so. But I was just writing to see how everyone’s first year with their corgis went and if people had a sort of timeline of milestones. Like how old was your corgi when they were officially potty trained? How old when they were learning basic commands? Things like that!

My girlfriend and I recently adopted our first little Pembroke at 8 weeks old last weekend so we have had him for a little over a week. So far has been pretty good! Has only had two accidents in the house in that time, has been socialized a bit with adults, and is definitely nippy with his teeth. And sleeping a lot that’s for sure.

I’m sure everyone’s dogs will be different but I was just wondering how other Pembrokes first years went so I have an idea of what our next year will look like. Thanks so much!

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Our Cardigan Welsh Corgi puppy was rocking the floppy ear
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Does anyone have a regular corgi code for sale? Wanting to adopt one for my puppy. Picture included for reference of said puppy!
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Meet bella! My new Pembroke Welsh corgi! She's a loving 10 week old puppy. Figured I'd show her off reddit.com/gallery/qrbajw
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The Welsh corgi puppy is sleeping
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Is it unethical to buy a Welsh Corgi puppy?

I decided I would never buy a bulldog, pug etc because of unethical breeding practices and the health issues that these dogs have due to being bred to have unnatural Traits, but what about Welsh corgis? Their proportions look a little off and I was wondering if they are similar ethically to bulldogs or pugs. Any info into the health of Welsh corgis is appreciated.

DISCLAIMER not looking to argue and I'm not trying to make people feel bad. If you have one of these dogs, I don't blame you, they are cute as hell and this is how the dog scene is.. Just looking for info as I'm finding very polarizing opinions online

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This is Scooter, the Cardigan Welsh Corgi puppy. He is almost 10 weeks old. πŸ’œ reddit.com/gallery/mnvoio
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Welsh corgi most beautiful puppies
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Cardigan Welsh Corgi puppies and parents playing! v.redd.it/6mg2zv12gro21
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Suddenly Aggressive Cardigan Welsh Corgi Puppy (5 months old)

Hi there!

We adopted a Cardigan Welsh Corgi (named Norman!) and brought him home when he was 8-9 weeks old. He comes from one of the top breeders in the country where they have done lots of testing before breeding any of their dogs. He is 20 weeks old as of Monday (6/21).

On June 8, he started experiencing diarrhea for the first time ever and then began to vomit quite a bit over a 24-hour period. We brought him to the vet, they put him on medication, which he was on for about a week but was still experiencing diarrhea and was vomiting here and there. He was moved over to another medication, which has been on since and the same thing - more diarrhea and vomiting. He has remained on a bland diet (chicken and rice) for the duration of this period. We spoke to the vet this morning and they are having us bring him in later today (6/23). Not sure if this connected to the behavior I am about to describe.

Norman has been exceptionally well-behaved, especially given that he is a puppy. Our trainer just loves working with him because he learns quickly and progresses well.

All of a sudden, just under a week ago, Norman started to listen quite a bit less. Based on what we are seeing online, it looks like he is hitting toddler or "terrible twos" phase. Our trainer confirmed this is pretty normal.

However, the more upsetting behavior that has us both a little worried involves him playing with other dogs. Norman has always been the first to get along with any and all dogs. A lot of our neighbors love having their more anxious dogs play with Norman because he adjusts his behavior to not overwhelm them. More aggressive dogs also love Norman because he loves to play rough. We socialized him early on (only with fully vaccinated dogs, per our vet's recommendation) and did so in small bursts to ensure positive interactions.

Right around when he started to rebel a bit with us (about 5-7 days ago), he met a dog named Jethro in the park. At this time, he is 19 weeks old and has had mainly very positive interactions with dogs. I have never seen a dog play like this. He pinned Norman down and began to bite the heck out of his face. I quickly removed Norman and fortunately, the owner took Jethro and left. Norman played positively with other dogs and we left.

Then, a day or two later, we walk to the dog park and I see Jethro in there. I warn my husband as we approach and we agreed that we should try again (definitely a mistake). Jethro lunges for Norman the second we walk in.

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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I pick up my 10 week old female Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppy on the 29th of this month. I plan on taking her with me damn near everywhere I go. What would be a good dog backpack for me to buy?

I'm looking to take her on lots of hikes and city walks but I understand her little feet are going to get tired at some point and I want to have a good backpack for when she gets tired.

Are there any that are specifically made for corgis?

She's very small right now, will I have to buy another backpack for when she gets bigger?

What are some other things that I should look into getting for carrying her around and keeping the both of us comfortable at the same time?

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TIL the reason Corgis have short legs is because they were selectively bred for a type of dwarfism, called Chondrodysplasia, over hundreds of years. This gene, FGF4, proved dominant, and there no longer exists a single purebred Welsh Corgi without the genetic condition of achondroplastic dwarfism. thesmartcanine.com/why-do…
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this is my baby boy and he's a half welsh corgi, can you guess the other half?
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To celebrate national Welsh Corgi day, I give to you "Ginger the puppy!"
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Suddenly Aggressive Cardigan Welsh Corgi Puppy (5 months old)

Hi there!

We adopted a Cardigan Welsh Corgi (named Norman!) and brought him home when he was 8-9 weeks old. He comes from one of the top breeders in the country where they have done lots of testing before breeding any of their dogs. He is 20 weeks old as of Monday (6/21).

On June 8, he started experiencing diarrhea for the first time ever and then began to vomit quite a bit over a 24-hour period. We brought him to the vet, they put him on medication, which he was on for about a week but was still experiencing diarrhea and was vomiting here and there. He was moved over to another medication, which has been on since and the same thing - more diarrhea and vomiting. He has remained on a bland diet (chicken and rice) for the duration of this period. We spoke to the vet this morning and they are having us bring him in later today (6/23). Not sure if this connected to the behavior I am about to describe.

Norman has been exceptionally well-behaved, especially given that he is a puppy. Our trainer just loves working with him because he learns quickly and progresses well.

All of a sudden, just under a week ago, Norman started to listen quite a bit less. Based on what we are seeing online, it looks like he is hitting toddler or "terrible twos" phase. Our trainer confirmed this is pretty normal.

However, the more upsetting behavior that has us both a little worried involves him playing with other dogs. Norman has always been the first to get along with any and all dogs. A lot of our neighbors love having their more anxious dogs play with Norman because he adjusts his behavior to not overwhelm them. More aggressive dogs also love Norman because he loves to play rough. We socialized him early on (only with fully vaccinated dogs, per our vet's recommendation) and did so in small bursts to ensure positive interactions.

Right around when he started to rebel a bit with us (about 5-7 days ago), he met a dog named Jethro in the park. At this time, he is 19 weeks old and has had mainly very positive interactions with dogs. I have never seen a dog play like this. He pinned Norman down and began to bite the heck out of his face. I quickly removed Norman and fortunately, the owner took Jethro and left. Norman played positively with other dogs and we left.

Then, a day or two later, we walk to the dog park and I see Jethro in there. I warn my husband as we approach and we agreed that we should try again (definitely a mistake). Jethro lunges for Norman the second we wa

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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