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Pembroke Welsh Corgi Puppies For Sale

Pembroke Welsh Corgis are lively, outgoing, playful, and highly affectionate dogs. Famous for being the favored pets of royals for centuries, Corgis are among the top 10 most popular breeds in the United Kingdom and the United States. Although small and often referred to as “dwarf dogs”, these adorable-looking pooches have great speed, agility, and an even greater capacity for learning. They are exceedingly bright, loyal, kind, and caring. Some of the features that these pups are adored for are their contagious good mood, excellent behavior around children, and eagerness to please their owners. Find adorable Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppies for sale at Premier Pups.

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Gentle, Kindly, Sweet, Playful

Adult Weight 22-31 lbs
Adult Height 10-12 in
Life Expectancy 12-15 yrs
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Originating in Pembrokeshire, Wales, and named after its origin, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is among the smallest of the herding dogs recognized by the American Kennel Club (AKC). Often confused with the Cardigan Welsh Corgi, the Pembroke and Cardigan are very similar dogs, and until 1934 were recognized as the same dog breed. Although they were originally bred and seen as the same dog, the two are now separate breeds that are AKC registered.

The Pembroke is slightly smaller in size and has a docked tail, whereas the Cardigan has a long tail. This breed, originally developed for herding, is much less of a working dog today and much more a family dog. Their sweet, affectionate, and loyal personality makes them great pets.

The Pembroke Welsh Corgis have long been the favorites of royal houses, with more notable fans like King George VI and Queen Elizabeth II.

Appearance and Grooming

With dark oval-shaped eyes and ears that are always upright, the Pembroke is notably a standout breed in the AKC. It has a medium-length top coat that can come in a multitude of colors from red to tri-colored (red, black, and tan), and often with white markings on the legs, chest, neck, and muzzle. It also has a double-coated fur with a short undercoat, which means shedding can be quite significant in both the spring and the fall. Routine grooming in addition to weekly brushing can help control this considerably.


These pups are very loyal and love attention. Although they are an intelligent dog breed that is easy to train, they do have a mind of their own and tend to beat to their own drum if proper training is not done at an early age. They are eager to please their owners and family and so they will be sure to follow you wherever you go. Because of their lineage, they do have the tendency to try to herd - this type of behavior should not be encouraged as it is a sign of dominance.

Family and Companionship

Their devotion and protective attitude make them perfect watchdogs and companions. They are great with children and other pets as long as herding behaviors are corrected early on. They adapt very well to all settings both small in size, such as an apartment or in a larger rural setting if they are given proper exercise and play. 


This pooch loves to eat as much as it loves to exercise. Make sure to monitor their food consumption as these dogs are prone to weight gain. Daily walks along with active play are just what this pup needs to remain fit and healthy. 

Training and Socialization

Known for their high intelligence and need to please attitude, these dogs will do what it takes to make their owners happy. They also have a tendency to crave attention and a position of leadership, which can lead them to show off their dominance trait. This is a dog that loves to hear itself “speak”. If left to their own devices, they will develop a habit of barking. Herding other animals and smaller children can also be something they are inclined to do. Early socialization and training can help to break or prevent this habit. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the Pembroke Welsh Corgi hypoallergenic? No. This breed sheds quite a bit each day so they are not recommended for any person who has allergies to pets or dander.

How much exercise does the Pembroke Welsh Corgi need? The Corgi has a moderate energy level and thus needs a fair amount of exercise each day. Twice daily walks are recommended in addition to some active play like fetch or tug. They also make for an excellent jogging partner.

Does The Pembroke Welsh Corgi get along well with children? Yes! The Corgi loves children, especially those willing to play games. They make for excellent gentle and fun companions.

How big is the Pembroke Welsh Corgi? The Pembroke Welsh Corgi measures between 10 to 12 inches at the shoulders and weighs between 24 to 28 lbs. on average.

What is the lifespan of a Pembroke Welsh Corgi? The average lifespan is 12 to 14 years.

How often does my Pembroke Welsh Corgi need to be groomed? The Corgi is not high maintenance when it comes to grooming, but they will need a weekly or biweekly brushing to help control shedding. They will also need their nails trimmed regularly.

What are common health concerns for the Pembroke Welsh Corgi? The most common health problems found in Pembroke Welsh Corgis are Elbow and Hip Dysplasia, Eye Disorders, Cardiac Issues, Degenerative Myelopathy, and Von Willebrand’s Disease.

What colors are the Pembroke Welsh Corgis? They can be found in many colors. The most common are fawn, red, sable, blue, black & tan and black & white.

What does the word Corgi mean? It actually has different meanings. It is Celtic for "dog" or cor for "dwarf" and gi for "dog."

Where does the Pembroke Welsh Corgi originate? Wales, United Kingdom.

What breed classification does the Pembroke Welsh Corgi fall under? In accordance to the American Kennel Club (AKC) they fall under the working group, formerly the herding group.

What other names is the Pembroke Welsh Corgi known as? They can be identified as PWC, Corgi or Pembroke.

How much living space does my Pembroke Welsh Corgi need? Because of their moderate levels of energy these pups need some space to move and run around. Though, they don’t need a huge area to run, they won’t do well in an apartment.

What is the personality of a Pembroke Welsh Corgi? This breed is very intelligent, friendly, gentle and has a high level of tolerance which makes them perfect for children and other pets. They love to be in the company of others and are always up for an adventure or game. Their eager to please attitude makes them very trainable.

Does the Pembroke Welsh Corgi make a good guard dog? Not exactly-this little one is more about making friends than fending off strangers. They do however make a good watch dog as they will bark to alert their family of any approaching strangers or if something is out of place.

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Pembroke Welsh Corgi Breeders

Like people, the most critical moments in a puppy's life starts in the beginning. It truly takes a special breeder to assist with nourishing and raising an Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppy properly. Only the nation's best Corgi breeders can provide the best quality of life. Here at Premier Pups, we work hand-in-hand with our breeders. Providing a safe, natural, comfortable, and healthy environment for the nursing mother and her baby is essential. We only align ourselves with Pembroke Welsh Corgi breeders whose standards are much higher than the rest. We spend consistent on-site time with our selected breeders and can undoubtedly say that our puppies come from a caring environment.