The Cardigan Welsh Corgi
, which according to the Kennel Club is a "vulnerable native breed", has increased in popularity by 100% in the first half of 2015, compared to the same period in 2014.
The American Kennel Club says the first records of the Pembroke Welsh corgis
was in the early 12th century, when Flemish settlers moved to south-west Wales.
It is a wonderful tribute to the Queen that the popularity of her chosen breed and its cousin, the Cardigan Welsh corgi
, has increased in her jubilee year, which has raised people's awareness.
The plummet in puppy numbers has led to the Kennel Club placing the Sealyham on their Vulnerable Native Breed list alongside Welsh corgis
, Dandie Dinmont terriers and Otterhounds.
A large drove would have involved 400 head of cattle usually tended by eight drovers, six to eight dogs - Welsh corgis
and collies - and ponies.
A longtime volunteer at All Saints Episcopal Church, she is enjoying retirement with her Welsh Corgis
, Duke and Misty.
The actress, advocate and best-selling author shares a moment with her two Pembroke Welsh Corgis
, Kipper and Ollie, and son Jasper.
She resides in Dutchess County with her husband, son, turtles, and three welsh corgis
Besides the expected collies, German shepherds, Old English sheep dogs and Australian cattle dogs, herders can include Doberman pinschers, Welsh corgis
and even poodles.
In her rare spare time, Felix enjoys world travel, discovering new cuisines, playing golf, and hanging out with her two Welsh Corgis
Tawny was one of 13 Pembroke Welsh corgis
to participate in the famous dog show, held Feb.