Looking for more breed-specific information on the Cardigan Welsh Corgi? Start here!
The Cardigan Welsh Corgi is the larger, older, and more rare of the two Welsh Corgi breeds, but to most people the difference is in the tail! Cardis sport a long tail (remember long like the sleeves of a Cardigan sweater) and Pems have none.
If you are just beginning your research on Cardigan Welsh Corgis, visit the home pages of the National and regional Cardigan Welsh Corgi clubs .
Looking for more breed-specific information on the Cardigan Welsh Corgi? The Cardigan Welsh Corgi FAQ, written by Corgi-L co-founder Perrine Crampton, provides excellent basic breed information as well as links to other sources of Cardi information. The official breed standard is a written description, or word picture, of the ideal Cardigan Welsh Corgi.
Still not sure whether the Cardi is for you? The Hoflin website has some excellent Cardi links.
When you are ready to search for a Cardigan Welsh Corgi of your very own, we can help you find a reputable breeder or a rescue Cardi in need of a loving home. Curious about Cardigan colors? Need to tape your Cardi puppy’s ears? Read these articles by Cathy Ochs-Cline on the Phi-Vestavia web site.
Whether you are a new or experienced Cardigan owner, there are worlds of fun things to do with your Corgi. Find out more about training your Corgi for conformation shows and performance events — herding, tracking, flyball, obedience, agility, and more. The Cardigan Welsh Corgi Club of America calendar of events shows you what is happening in the Corgi world in your area of the country!