In 2009, corgis were added to a declining watch list of the UK by the Kennel Club. During that time, the number of registrations was somewhere between 300-450. Since then, the number of registrations has gone through a rapid decline.
Pembroke Welsh Corgi
The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a very out-going, playful dog with a bold personality. They were originally bred for herding cattle in Pembrokeshire. Their herding ability is outstanding, and they love to listen out for commands from their owners. They love to please and are always ready to take some direction. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi lifespan is roughly between 12-15 years, and they come in many colours.