The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is from Pembrokeshire and Flemish weavers brought his direct ancestors over the Channel in 1107. His ancestors included the Keeshond, Samoyed, Pomeranian, Finnish Spitz, Norwegian Elkhound and Chow Chow and resembled the Schipperkes. He’s shorter than the Cardigan Corgi and has lighter boned legs.
He’s one of the best companions because of his demeanour. He loves people BUT he may try to herd you. He’s easy to train and is very friendly. His coat may be tan and black, red, fawn or sable and may have white markings. His tail is short and his ears are pointed, He does need regular brushing and regular exercise. His height is 1 – 12 inches.