Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Due to their small stature, Corgis can be prone to certain health conditions and some issues can be inherited like a few eye problems.

Corgi Eye Problems

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is just the sweetest most adorable dog with its sturdy body and short legs. This breed is an ultimate favorite of Queen Elizabeth II, 

Pembroke Welsh Corgis can reach a height of 10 to 12 inches and their weight, when fully grown, can be between 22lb and 30lbs.

In general, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a pretty healthy breed, but purebred dogs can often be genetically predisposed to certain health issues, especially due to improper breeding.

The Welsh Pembroke Corgi has a double-thick coat like many breeds, especially those that were bred specifically for outdoor work.

In behavior, we can shift our dog’s habits and traits with training, encouraging good ones, and eliminating unacceptable ones as well.

Corgis have a double-thick coat to keep them warm in winter and cool in summer and to insulate from harsh wet weather conditions. 

Being a condition of the skeletal system, this disease can also occur in smaller dogs and the Corgi is one that is prone to this condition

 Sheltie has a higher risk than other dogs of getting hypothyroidism due to their genetics and previous skin problems.

Blue merles have genetic differences from their original counterparts, but they don’t present as problems or issues for the dog.