Apartment Living With Corgis: Why They Are The Best Apartment Dogs
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by Faustinus Angmortey
11M ago
Corgis are quickly becoming one of the best apartment dogs for city dwellers. These small and adaptable dogs make great companions and good dogs for apartment living since they don't require a lot of space. With their loyal and playful personalities, Corgis will bring great joy to your home.  They are also low maintenance, making them ideal for those with little time to create a safe space for a Corgi. Plus, they can easily adjust to the hustle and bustle of city life. So if you're looking for an apartment-friendly pup, a Corgi might be a perfect choice. Continue reading to find out why ..read more
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Home Cooking for Your Corgi
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by Rachel Sokol
11M ago
My childhood dog, Cinny, would patiently wait under our kitchen table for us to sneak her some food off our dinner plates; she loved what we ate. That’s probably also because dogs do think they’re human! This inspired to us to make one extra dinner plate at mealtime—for our favorite Golden Retriever! (She did eat from her doggie bowl and not at our kitchen table, though!) When whipping up dinner for, or with, your own family, why not cook for your dog as well? They are indeed part of the family AND what you're cooking, they’re probably curious about, especially if it smells yummy. It’s a bit m ..read more
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Best Toys for Corgi's
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by Rachel Sokol
1y ago
Corgi's are really special pooches. Affectionately known as "dwarf dogs," they have a unique look about them that pet parents just gush over. An average adult Corgi weighs 27 - 30 lbs, has erect ears, strong, athletic bodies that are more elongated than other herding breeds, and little legs that are surprisingly solid and fast. Loyal, friendly, and easy to train, you can find Corgi's in a variety of colors, including red, sable, fawn,  black, tan, and more. And, of course, their fur is super soft and fluffy. According to the American Kennel Club, they're the 11th most popular dog br ..read more
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Corgi Events And Large Meetups in The US
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by Faustinus Angmortey
1y ago
It would be surprising to find a dog breed cuter than the Corgi. These gorgeous canines are as devoted and affectionate as long and low, and they adore human companionship. Furthermore, our affection for Corgis is shared by many. Like-minded Corgi pet parents organize frequent gatherings nationwide so you and your adoring dog may mingle, meet new people, and raise the woof! In recognition of National Corgi Day on June 4, let's examine the top 5 Corgi meetup groups in the United States. Northern and Bay Area California Corgis: Northern California The group is one of the largest and most act ..read more
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5 Best Corgi-Themed Gifts
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by Rachel Sokol
1y ago
Whether you own a pet Corgi or just love anything adorned with Corgi’s—you can’t deny they’re a pretty adorable breed. There’s tons of Corgi-themed gift items on the market, and we’ve rounded up a list of our favorite 5 Corgi-accessories below.  Corgi Onesie: It doesn’t need to be Halloween or a Costume Party for you to have an excuse to dress up. I mean, maybe you just want to twin with your pet, okay?! You can always find an adorable reason to dress like a Corgi. This super soft Onesie with attached hoodie is a full-piece outfit that doubles as a pajama. It gets extra points for its Cor ..read more
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Corgi: Most Common Problems And How to Prevent Them
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by Faustinus Angmortey
1y ago
There is a reason why Corgis are such popular family pets: they are adorable, well-liked, and unique. But corgis have some outstanding health issues that owners should know about. Keep reading for information about the typical health issues associated with corgis. Hip Dysplasia Hip dysplasia, a condition that affects the growth of the hip joint and eventually results in loss of joint function, is among the most prevalent health problems that corgis experience. Although the AKC warns that dogs as early as four months old can exhibit signs such as a reduced range of motion, trouble getting up ..read more
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The Best Toys for Corgi's
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by Rachel Sokol
1y ago
Playful, sweet, and smart, Corgi's are a breed-of-choice for those who want a kid-friendly companion that's faithful, flurry, and easy-to-train. The breed is so beloved (There are Pembroke Welsh Corgi's and their "cousin," Cardigan Welsh Corgi's) that the late Queen Elizabeth II owned about 30 of them from the time of her accession in 1952 until her death in 2022. In fact, she was rarely photographed without her Corgi's! (Some of them were named Willow, Holly, Sandy, and Mick -- to name just a few.)          If you have a special Corgi in your life and want t ..read more
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Some Famous Corgis And Renowned Corgi Owners in History
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by Faustinus Angmortey
1y ago
Several famous people have owned corgis over the years. They are cute and perky dogs, and some of the most well-known dog lovers in the world have owned them.  This post looks at some of these famous owners and a few esteemed Corgis. Holly - Queen Elizabeth II   The deceased monarch of England, Queen Elizabeth II, has a long-standing affection for corgis. At seven years old, King George VI presented his daughter with her first Corgi, Dookie. Many Pembroke Welsh Corgis and Dorgis (a hybrid of Corgi and Dachshund) have been added to the royal family's collection. She regularly lead ..read more
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Corgi: Best supplements or vitamins
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by Faustinus Angmortey
1y ago
Corgis are energetic and playful dogs who need the right nutrition to maintain their health. They can potentially have hereditary health problems, but this can be mitigated with proper nutrition throughout the dog's lifetime. Feeding your corgi high-quality vitamins and supplements helps decrease the risk of illness and maximize the length of their life. In other words, now that you've gotten your corgi, it's time to choose the best supplements or vitamins for them. Best joint health supplement Dasuquin Chews If your dog has problems with his hips or joints, these Dasuquin chews may help rei ..read more
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Your Corgi: Analyzing Their Energy Levels
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by Rachel Sokol
1y ago
So, you own a Corgi or want to adopt a Corgi. Cute and cuddly, there are actually two recognized types of Corgi's. A favorite breed of Queen Elizabeth II's, the Cardigan Corgi traces its origins to Cardiganshire, and the Pembroke Welsh Corgi's to Pembrokeshire. The Cardigan Corgi has a longer tail, while the Pembroke’s tail is closer to its body. The Pembroke usually has a shorter body, and pointy ears, while the Cardigan ears are rounder at the tips. Corgi's have a lifespan of roughly 12-15 years.        Colorful corgis Known for being great family pets that are play ..read more
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