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see Cardigan Welsh corgiCardigan Welsh corgi,
breed of short, long-bodied working dog believed to have been introduced into Wales from Central Europe c.1200 B.C. It stands about 12 in. (30.5 cm) high at the shoulder and weighs from 15 to 25 lb (6.8–11.3 kg).
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; Pembroke Welsh corgiPembroke Welsh corgi,
breed of short-legged, hardy working dog thought to have been introduced into South Wales by Flemish immigrants in the early 12th cent. It stands from 10 to 12 in. (25.4–30.5 cm) high at the shoulder and weighs from 18 to 24 lb (8.2–10.9 kg).
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corgi

either of two long-bodied short-legged sturdy breeds of dog, the Cardigan and the Pembroke
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The Queen, 89, has owned 30 Corgis over the years, having fallen in love with one owned by the children of the Marquess of Bath when she was a child.
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The news came just days after it emerged the Queen's current pets - two corgis - will be her last.
Her Majesty now has two surviving corgis, Willow and Holly, and two "dorgis", Candy and Vulcan.
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But for all the breed's qualities, the Cardigan corgi has been almost forgotten in its native Wales.
Earlier this week the Princess's English bull terrier Dotty attacked one of the Queen's corgis, Pharos, at Sandringham, resulting in the corgi being put down.
The corgi was savaged by Dotty, the same dog that attacked two children in Windsor Great Park, according to newspaper reports.
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