This video showcases a Pembroke Welsh Corgi who obediently follows his owner’s instructions to walk through a snow tunnel. He looks just so adorable as he frolics in the snow.
Here are some interesting facts about the Corgi breed.
Welsh Corgis are small herding dogs that originated in Wales. They are also known as the “Dwarf Dog” based on the word “Corgi” which means “tiny” or “dwarf”. There are two distinct breeds of Welsh Corgis that are recognized worldwide, namely Pembroke Welsh Corgi and the Cardigan Welsh Corgi. This breed is related to the Dachshund breed.
The Pembroke Welsh Corgis are playful, outgoing, protective and bold while the Cardigan Welsh Corgis are more affectionate and devoted. Given these traits, this breed usually excel in herding, obedience, agility and ball playing events.
Their life span ranges from 12 to 15 years. They were originally used as farm dogs but now they are used as companion dogs. They love human interaction and like to always be close to their owners. Corgis are notorious barkers and they will most likely chase small animals and cars.
Welsh Corgis are prone to some illnesses. They most common health problems that they have are obesity, eye problems, and spinal problems.
Among the popular individuals who own Corgis are: Queen Elizabeth II who has three Corgis named Holly, Linnet and Willow; Hilary Swank who calls her Corgi, Karoo; Ava Gardner; Kiefer Sutherland; Jennifer Aniston who named her Corgi as Norman; Stephen King whose Corgi is called Marlow; Kendra Wilkinson who named her Corgi, Rascal.