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Even though it is small, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi dog has a very strong personality. Used from the beginning as dogs that drove herds and hunt rodents in Pembrokeshire, Corgi are reliable dogs who took their work seriously.


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 Today, the Corgi dog is still used in farm work, but it is also an appreciated and loved pet. They do very well with other animals, are trustworthy guard dogs and can be left in the presence of children.


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Even though he shows a lot of independence, the Corgi dog has a continuous desire to please people. They can show strong and varied personalities, from those who are always on the lookout, to those who are always looking for attention, who are always introspective and thoughtful.


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Like many other breeds of working dogs, these dogs like to be busy all the time, to have something to do. They are able to excel in agility training and can perform complex commands.


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Being farm dogs, Corgi are also excellent guard dogs. They will bark as soon as they notice an unwanted guest, either human or animal. Barking can become a problem over time, which is why it is advisable to train it from an early age in this regard.


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Socialization is very important, because a Corgi dog must get used to seeing people, otherwise he will always want to bite. They will bark even if they are left alone for long periods of time.


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Once they have established a connection with children, Corgi dogs can show that they are the leader and will try to guide the children all the time.


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Corgi dogs have become famous thanks to Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain, who does not leave them even when travelling. The fluffy quadrupeds also appear in a short film, which was released at the opening of the 2012 Olympic Games.


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The first Corgi dog to reach the residence of the British Royal Family was the Dookie, in 1933. King George VI, the father of the current Queen Elizabeth, brought Dookie. Elizabeth was 10 years old then.


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At the age of 18, Princess Elizabeth received her own dog of the same breed as a gift: a puppy named Susan. Since then, Corgi have appeared in official photographs of the British Royal House. The British press noted that the Queen used to take her four-legged friends on trips as well. After Queen Elizabeth I died in 2002, the current Queen, Elizabeth II, took her mother's dogs and cared for them as if they were her own.


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Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain had, during her reign so far, about 30 Cogi dogs.


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12.The cuttest Corgi ever


13.Enjoying the owner presence


14.A Corgi enjoying cuddles


15.A Corgi flower between flowers


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19.Smile, Corgi!


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Does your puppy go from energetic and playful to sleepy in minutes? Does he run around and then fall wide tired from falling asleep anywhere? Is the champion drowsy, especially after playing or walking? If you are wondering, it is normal for a growing puppy to sleep between 15 and 20 hours a day. Although it seems too much, keep in mind that newborn babies sleep 90% of the time!


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Your puppy can also have the gift of falling asleep almost instantly, sometimes in the middle of an activity, such as eating or playing. Although this drowsiness may be surprising, you don't normally have to worry. Especially in the first year, your little canine friend will alternate periods of energy and intense activity (including running, jumping and biting, to name just a few things your puppy loves) with a lot of sleep and a lot of drowsiness.


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The more active he is, the more he will have to sleep. As you grow older, your baby will start to sleep less. But even adult dogs sleep a lot, on average 50-65% of the time. So, rest assured, it's better to let him sleep! You can also try our tips to give him a good quality sleep, which he needs to grow into a happy and healthy adult.


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A dog's sleep cycle is divided into two types of sleep: slow wave sleep (SWS) and fast eye movement (REM). Usually, when you see a dog falling asleep during the day for a short time, it enjoys slow-wave sleep, which is marked by an easier form of sleep and less brain activity.


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The reason why it is not so unusual to see a dog sleeping at various times during the day is that they do not have a normal sleep regime. Unlike people, whose sleep is partially dictated by a "biological clock" known as the circadian rhythm, the sleep pattern of dogs is dictated by the fact that they sleep for shorter periods that may occur during the day. These sleep intervals are also necessary - dogs have fewer REM sleep periods compared to humans and therefore need more rest in general.


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One of the most fascinating aspects of canine sleep is that they can sleep virtually anywhere. Sometimes the way they turn and turn their body doesn't seem so comfortable. However, there is no denying that a sleeping puppy is most often adorable, regardless of position.


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The most inherent sleeping position for a dog is to curl up in the ball position. Although it is believed to be the least restful for them, they practice this position because it protects their body and helps them retain heat. The dog inherits these functions from its wild ancestors, which such tactics have helped to avoid predators and keep their body warm when they are not sheltered.


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On the other hand, when a dog sleeps on its back it is clear that it feels safe in its environment. You will see that this position is adopted more by indoor dogs than by those who live in nature because the comfort of the space you have created for him allows him to let his guard down. It is also considered the most comfortable and restful position for a dog.


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Another position that conveys a similar safety message is the side-lying position (lying on its side). Like lying on your back, it is considered a very restful position. It is also a position that demonstrates the confidence of knowing that you will not have to defend yourself from any predator or be forced to move at any time.


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The other sleeping position that a dog will occupy is lying on its stomach. While a sleeping dog will rest in this position, he will sit in such a way that he can act very quickly. While this maneuver may have ancient origins - this way it could rise and act at the first sound of a threat - this position allows it not to miss anything interesting you do.


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If it is common practice to see your dog sleeping on its side or back, clap. You have successfully created an extraordinary environment for your dog; one in whom he has full confidence that nothing bad will happen to him while he falls asleep. If you see your dog sleeping curled up or on its belly, don't worry - it's a matter of instinct on their part and some old habits die hard.

Bemorepanda prepared for you the most hilarious pictures with sleeping puppies, so let's enjoy together this compilation!


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Let's get fluffy with Bemorepanda! Pomeranians are small, cute dogs, but they carry a personality of a big dog. They are very curious dogs, always in action and interested in everything that happens around them. Often, their favorite place in the house is the window from where they can observe everything that happens in their neighborhood.


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They will often bark, even just to announce that someone is passing in front of the house. They love being the center of attention, knowing about these dogs that they can become very petty about the attention they need.


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These dogs are perfect for the elderly, retirees, who can dedicate all their time and energy to take care of this dog. They can live happily in homes of any size. They are small enough to live in an apartment and active enough to enjoy a large house.


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They need to be walked every day to get rid of excess energy and keep their temperament balanced. They like to run, so they will also need a space where they can do this. Because they are intelligent dogs, they need to keep their minds occupied. For this reason it is recommended to participate in agility training courses.


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These dogs are not recommended for families with small children. They are very possessive with their food and can jump to bite a baby who does not understand that he has to respect certain limits. They need a lot of attention and can also show feelings of jealousy against the children occupying the room.


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It is not advisable to carry it in your purse or bag all the time. It is very important for the Pomeranian dog to be independent. You'd better let him go on a leash than be carried in his purse. Early socialization will shape this dog's good manners towards the people and animals he meets. There are dogs that bark at anything and it is very difficult to be trained to give up this habit.


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