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Pembroke 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.

They are 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.


2014 Best of Breed
PWCCA National Specialty Show

GCH Coventry Just A Little Crush

Best of Breed 2013

Breeders: Bill Shelton, Steve Leyerly, Beckie Williams DVM,
& Kerry Kirtly
Owners: Jim & Judy Johnson, Bill Shelton, Steve Leyerly,
& Beckie Williams DVM

CH Woodbine Flashy Alibi x CH Coventry Vanity Fair

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