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The Cardi is about 12 inches in height and between 25 to 38 pounds (11 to 17 kilograms) in weight. The legs appear more bowed and the body is definitely longer (even without considering the tail).
The tail is an obvious difference between the two corgis — the Cardigan has a long, thick tail. The coats are similar — medium length to short, dense double coat with the Cardigan being a little harsher in texture. Pembroke ears are more pointed and the faces are foxier, while Cardigan ears are rounded and larger.
Corgi puppies come in a variety of colors. The red and white so commonly seen in the Pembrokes is seen but also sable, brindle, blue merle, black and tricolor. Most of these dogs have some white such as a blaze, white legs or a white ruff, but too much white is not the standard.
While the popular Pembroke Corgi puppies may be considered a socialite, the Corgi puppies are a bit more laid back and less outgoing. Cardigans are often a little reserved with strangers, but they are fun-loving once they open up. Alarm barking can be expected, but Cardigans are not known as nuisance barkers.
As with all the herding breeds, Corgi puppies are intelligent, moderately high-energy dogs that like having something to do. They do well with children, other dogs, and other pets if raised with them, but beware of a tendency to occasionally herd others. Having been bred to work animals much larger than themselves, Cardis can be a little strong-willed and independent.
Corgis puppies are actually large dogs with short legs but tend to be easy-keepers just the same. Watch their diet and make sure they get exercise or they can become overweight, which is a real health hazard in a dog with the long back.
Corgi puppies need daily exercise and do best if they are trained and have jobs to do, even if that is just fetching a ball. Intelligent dogs left to their own devices can become destructive. A firm but patient hand is often needed in training, and a sense of humor can be invaluable. Cardigans compete successfully in almost all performance events including herding and agility.
Cardis will guard the family and home, and many retain at least some of their ancestral herding instincts. Socialize them early and well. They are generally good with children, but they need to be taught that running children are not livestock to be rounded up by a nip on the heels. Early exposure to other dogs helps with their occasionally tough attitude.