2 thoughts on “What is a Corki dog?”

  1. Friends who are familiar with Corgi know that Corgi is divided into two types, Cadagen Wales Corgi dog and Pengbrock Wales Corgi. In addition to the above two types, the editor of Pochi will also introduce the third Corki dog. Let's get to know it today, Corgi's family.

    1 1. Cardigan Wales Corgi Dog and Pengbrock Wales Corgi Dog
    At least in 920 AD, Wales Corgi dogs exist in the UK. It is one of the oldest dogs native to Britain. At first, the ancestors of Corgi were very important for herders in ancient times. Later, most of the land that could not be grazed by the king was gradually occupied by herders. With enough pastors, shepherds no longer need to run for grazing, and the Corgi dog obviously loses the glory of the past. However, there are still a few people who have left Corgi dogs to see home. These Corgi dogs subsequently mixed into the descent of other shepherd dogs.

    Cardigan Wales Corgi Dog

    The relationship between Cardigan and Pengbrock has always been very close, They have only begun to be separated in modern times. Cardigan Wales Corgi and Pengbrock Wales Corki had no obvious boundaries before the 1930s. People think that they are the same dog, just different types of blood.
    In 1928, their names were officially identified by the British Dog Club. After the 1930s, Americans began to introduce Cardigan Wales Corgi, and this dog gradually began to be noticed. In the end, in 1935, ACK identified it as a separate dog species. In 1952, Cardigan and Pengbrock appeared on the dog exhibition for the first time.
    Compared with the two, the Pengbrock Corki dog's body is shorter, the leg bone is more straight and lighter, and the texture of the back hair is better; , Tame without Cardigan Wales Corgi. Moreover, the Cardigan Wales Corgi Tail does not hinder the action, and generally does not need a broken tail.

    The Corki dogs of Pembork Wales

    2. Swedish Corgi Dog
    The origin of origin in Sweden, originated in the 6th century. The Swedish Corgi Dog was mainly raised by the Swedish farm in the eighth century, and was originally used to grant cattle. In 1942, the variety was endangered and the number was very small. Dog experts have made a lot of efforts to revive the variety, making its number continue to increase. The Swedish dog breeder club was recognized in 1948. In 1964, the Swedes changed their names to "" and are now widely distributed in Sweden. The Swedes believe that it is the ancestor of Corgi dogs in European countries, but this statement has aroused widespread controversy. Was the Corki dog's ancestors of Corki or descendants have not been concluded. The shape is obviously similar to Wales Corgi, but the color of the hair is tended to soft. The Federal Dog Federation Club acknowledged in 1996.

    Swedish Corgi Dog (detail introduction)

  2. Corkic dog history: Corgi dogs were mainly raised by the Swedish farm owner in the eighth century, and were originally used to grant cattle groups. In 1942, the variety was endangered and the number was very small.
    Corgi dog appearance: The head is concise and tidy, and the skull is wide and flat. The kiss is straight, the jaw is slightly short, the bite is tight, and the lips are unlucky. Black nose. The eyes are medium size, dark brown, oval, and black eyes. The ears are medium size, upright, covered with smooth short hairs, sensitive to the sound, and the sound will rotate. The neck length of the Corgi dog in Sweden is appropriate and the muscles are obvious. Moderate breasts. The forelimbs are short and straight. The hind limbs are developed and strong. The feet are medium size and oval.
    Corgi dog temperament: Swedish Corgi dog is smart, vibrant and easy to feed, suitable for family pets. Because it is not big, explain health, and easy care, it is very patient when playing with children, and can play with them at any time.
    Corkic dog temperament: alert, energetic, fearless.

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