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Welsh Corgis have been used by the Welsh as herding dogs, family
companions, and guardians of the farm. They continue today to
be workers and companions for their owners. It is believed that
their ancestry dates back to at least the tenth century.
sensitive and intelligent dogs. They are easily trained as long
as training is done with gentle handling and without severe
physical correction. They are healthy and long-lived dogs and
are excellent companions for either rural or urban families.
Please note that contributions of gifts to PWCCA are not deductible
charitable contributions for Federal Income Tax purposes.
For questions concerning the PWCCA, Inc. or for information on
the breed, please contact:
Corresponding Secretary, PWCCA, Inc.
94 South 250 East
Blackfoot, ID 83221
Phone: (208) 782-2510
Fax: (208) 782-2510
For website information contact
Amy Caple, webmaster
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