Corgi Care Guide

Corgi’s are a very easy breed to fall in love with, watch out though sometimes they think they are the queen of the household!😉 This breed is very easy to maintain and provide care for! Plenty of exercise and play time is needed for your corgi, along with lots of treats of course! We have found most of our corgi’s to be very food motivated, which makes training much easier! Their coats require minimal brushing, and not a lot of grooming is needed other than hygineal trimming and clipping. It is important to note that merle corgi’s CAN NOT be bred to other merle’s, as you run a significant risk of having blind, deaf, or blind and deaf babies. Like most other dogs corgi’s generally do not need a specified diet, watch your dog to ensure skin rashes and gastrointestinal problems are not occurring as this could be a sign of a food or shampoo allergy. Some allergies that dogs are common to having are: Grain, Beef, Soy, and Dairy. If your noticing your Corgi’s coat is extra thin or has lost the usual luster try incorporating salmon flavored dog food or treats into their diet. If your Corgi is experiencing an upset stomach try giving pumpkin treats, Pumpkin contains essential micronutrients and fiber that make it a very nutritious treat. Besides being a natural stomach soother, pumpkin also helps to remove excess water in a dog’s digestive tract.

Corgi’s are a terrific family dog, full of life, extremely intelligent and very active! Enjoy raising and loving your corgi!