Frequently Asked Questions About Pembroke Welsh Corgis

What kind of temperament and personality does the Pembroke Welsh Corgi have?

You can find a lot of information about Pembroke Welsh Corgis by visiting our ``puppy care`` page here:

Do crossbred or mixed breed Pembroke Welsh Corgis make good pets?

Many do make good pets, yes, in the right homes. But before you choose ANY purebred, crossbreed, or mixed breed, you need to know what a purebred dog really is – and what crossbred and mixed breed dogs really are.

Can you help me decide whether the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is the best breed for me?

Yes, we offer personal consultations on choosing the best breed for your family and lifestyle.

Do male dogs or female dogs make better pets?

Ah, let the debate begin! Honestly, male Pembroke Welsh Corgis have pros and cons, and female Pembroke Welsh Corgis have pros and cons. However, making a choice will solely depend on you and what you need the puppy for

If I just want a dog for a pet, not for showing or breeding, does it matter whether he has AKC registration papers?

Registration papers and pedigrees don't tell you anything about a dog, other than its place in the chain of names.

How do I find a good Pembroke Welsh Corgi breeder?

It's hard! The sad truth is that the vast majority of people offering Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppies for sale are unknowledgeable, irresponsible, completely clueless – or all of the above

How do I housebreak my Pembroke Welsh Corgi?

The key to housebreaking your Pembroke Welsh Corgi is confinement, confinement, confinement.

I have to take my Pembroke Welsh Corgi to the vet soon for shots. Which vaccinations does he really need?

The schedule of vaccinations that dogs really need has changed dramatically – but unfortunately most vets are not telling you the truth about this, because a good chunk of their income depends on frequent vaccinations. Please don't get any more shots for your Pembroke Welsh Corgi until you've read the vet instruction papers that comes with our puppies

My vet doesn't agree with some of the things you've written about health care.

My advice is based on the latest research by veterinary immunologists, and it's the same advice given by most licensed veterinarians who belong to the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association. If this advice sounds different from what your own veterinarian is telling you, it's a good bet that he or she does not belong to the AHVMA.