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If you are considering adding a dog to your family for the first time, we encourage you to gather as much information as possible. The following links are to assist you in starting a search for this information. We have no ties to any of these groups, nor do we vouch for the information you may find there.

Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Obedient, friendly, and very intelligent, the Welsh Corgi is the smallest of the herding dogs. They respond well to training, become devoted to their family, but may try to herd you! Corgis thrive on farms. But because they adapt so well to a variety of living situations, they are also one of the most agreeable small house dogs, if given regular exercise and brushing. They are a strong breed that lives a long time.


The American Kennel Club

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of America

The Welsh Corgi League

The Mayflower Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club

The Lakeshore Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club

The Cascade Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club

The Ohio Valley Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of the Western Reserve

The Palmetto Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of the Garden State

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of Greater Atlanta


Yorkshire Terrier

Usually referred to simply as "Yorkies", the Yorkshire Terrier is one of the most popular of all breeds. They are small and travel well, require only limited exercise, but need daily interaction with people. Originally from Yorkshire, England and bred to control vermin, they are, like other terriers, brave and energetic. The standard Yorkshire Terrier weighs 4-7 pounds, can live 12-15 years, and has a fine, silky coat.


The American Kennel Club

Love to Know Dogs

Yorkshire Terrier Savvy

Yorkshire Terrier Club of America

Your Pure Bred Puppy

Christy's Dog Portal

Dog Owners Guide

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Last modified: 10/27/2012