Pembroke welsh corgi training

Pembroke Welsh Corgi dog training

Pembroke Welsh Corgi dog training is not a difficult task mostly because this dog is very intelligent and learns fast. The Pembroke Corgi is a very funny-looking figure, having really short legs, but this doesn’t stop them being very energetic and fast in running. The Corgis are medium-sized dogs. Welsh Corgi dog training will imply great amount of socialization.

How to Train the Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Pembroke Welsh Corgi dog

If you want to know how to train the Pembroke Welsh Corgi, be prepared to have a lot of fun and good time. You won’t get bored while training the Corgi, because they learn fast and want to please their owners no matter what. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi training will also mean some exercise time in order to avoid weight gain, but this can be done indoors. As puppies, the Pembrokes require socializing, as they tend to be very protective and possessive towards their owners. They sometimes become aggressive with other males. So when you train the Pembroke Welsh Corgi, try the obedience training.

Cardigan Welsh Corgi Dog Training

The Cardigan Welsh Corgi is one of the two Welsh Corgi distinct dog breeds. The two breeds are quite similar in appearance and personality, but a distinctive feature for the Cardigan Welsh Corgi is that they have long tails, while the Pembrokes do not have tails. The Cardigan Welsh dog training is quite similar to the Pembroke training, but consider that the Cardigans are less sociable than the Pembrokes.

How to Train the Cardigan Welsh Corgi

Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppys

Cardigan Welsh Corgi training is an easy task. This breed is intelligent. The Cardigan puppies are very attentive and receptive to commands, so the puppy training will be a fun thing to do. The Cardigan Welsh Corgis are quick learners and respond well to obedient training. You can teach both the Cardigans and the Pembrokes to perform tricks. When training the Cardigan Welsh Corgi, make sure it knows your superior role, because this breed tends to be dominant if given the chance. Otherwise the Corgis can be trained to be excellent therapy dogs.