So you’ve decided – you need a dog, but you still undecided on which breed is best for you. Considering the plethora options available when it comes to dog breeds, it is understandable why such a decision can be a bit tricky. However, a notable option on the list the corgi breed – an exciting dog breed that is suited to almost any personality. Let’s take a closer look at them and why you should consider adopting one.
Ever heard of a small dog with a big personality? Well, that is definitely the Corgi Breed. These types of dogs were initially bred to herding dogs – as evident in their fast pace, agility, and strength that beats their size. Corgi breed dogs can play for hours and are attention seekers. They never get tired of interacting with you, and whatever they do, they want to please you, the owner.
Perhaps, it will interest you to know that Queen Elizabeth II had over 30 corgis while alive. The last two of the lot recently passed away, but there are still two of them alive and kicking in the royal palace. Queen Elizabeth II first met a corgi in 1933, after King George VI came back with a male pooch while returning from a kennel. They name the dog Dookie, and he was warmly accepted into the royal family, with the future queen and her sister, Princess Margaret developing a special interest in the male pooch.