16 Historical Facts About Corgis You Might Not Know

#13 In 1934, the Welsh Corgi was divided into two independent breeds: the Pembroke and the Cardigan.

#14 In the same year, it was decided to obligatory docking of tails in Pembrokes, and it was already difficult to confuse them with cardigans.

#15 Nevertheless, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi gained great popularity, and this was largely due to the British royal family.

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