The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a cheerful and cheerful breed of dog. These dogs are under the patronage of the Queen of England herself, moreover, dogs are to some extent considered an English national pride.
Small stature and stubbornness allowed dogs to easily drive domestic geese, sheep, and even cows into the herd.
Over time, an agreeable disposition and devotion led to the fact that shepherds began to use them not only for work but also as main pets. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi breed was officially recognized only in 1892.
After that, a characteristic saddle mark appeared on the back of the dogs.
The elongated strong body, small legs, large erect ears, and a docked tail (according to the breed standard) make these pets very attractive in appearance.
As for the tails, now in most European countries, senseless cosmetic surgery is prohibited on animals, so many Pembrokes live with their natural-length tails.