How to Play?

The Pembroke Corgi is an energetic and intelligent little dog which ideally suited to have active family.

A strong, athletic little dog developed to herd cattle and other livestock, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi loves physical activity and is happiest when he has a job to do. Corgis benefit from moderate daily exercise to maintain their physical and mental health. Pembrokes can do well on long walks or slow jogs, but their short legs won’t allow them to keep up with a bicycle rider. Avoid extreme heat or cold, and always provide plenty of cool, fresh water after exercise. Many Pembrokes enjoy and excel at canine activities such as agility, herding, obedience, and tracking events.

Fetch and Tug Game
Young Pembroke Corgi like to play fetch and tug games, especially during the wet season when going out becomes inconvenient. A simple fetch & tug game at home with the owner will keep them entertained.

Chewy Toy
Puppies like to chew during the time of changing teeth. Although Pembroke Corgi are not typical home ‘destroyer’ breed, you may occasionally find a bitten corner at the base of wall or the legs of furniture. Some chewy toys will keep them busy, or giving them a hard board box to shred can let them release all their extra energies. Some chewy toys can also help with their oral clean.


Hide and Find Treat
Pembroke Corgi have a great sense of smell. A fun and entertaining game for both you and your dog involves hiding treats around the house and watching as your pup sniffs them out. If you are worried of getting the house messy, treats toys are good alternatives. The toys can keep your dog occupied for a long time. The stubborn nature of a Corgi will ensure he or she doesn’t give up until all the treats are found!