Pembroke Welsh Corgi Breed Maintenance
The Pembroke Welsh Corgi should be brushed weekly with a rubber curry brush to remove all dead hair from its fur. Brushing should ideally require 10 minute sessions in order to fully remove loose hair. The frequency of bathing will vary depending on what kind of tasks your dog is participating in but a bath is recommended to take place at least every 6 to 8 weeks. This breed is not hypoallergenic and is an average shedder. In order to keep the shedding at a minimum, ensure your Pembroke Welsh Corgi is being brushed on schedule. Nails should be trimmed every 2 to 3 weeks to prevent tears and overgrowth. Weekly brushing of the teeth, at a minimum, is required to maintain oral health. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi does not typically emit any noticeable smell and is not known to be a drooling breed. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is an active breed that likes to be able to run around and it is important to provide this dynamic dog with daily exercise in order to prevent obesity and to keep him busy and content. This breed is capable of living in average weather climates but would fare better living indoors with access to outdoor exercise. This breed would fare best in a living arrangement where there is access to plenty of running area and a schedule of daily walks.