All corgi owners can give different reasons for why they own dogs. Others may show enthusiasm that corgis are their best friends and best companions; others nonchalantly raised dogs to guard their house and belongings; others got themselves more than one to be trained for shows; and others intentionally owned a dog to guide their ways so they can walk along busy streets. Surprisingly, many others will express unlikely expectations in raising corgis as their pets. Nevertheless, no matter how impossible their beliefs in dogs, these animals can become more beneficial to men than any other material possessions.
Adorable dogs and puppies are charming animals to pet. Not only there are costs involve in raising puppies, but there are emotional investments as well. Bonding with these domesticated animals is more valuable than exhausting personal finances. Fitting corgis into your lifestyle is both a challenge and pleasure.
It becomes easier and more comfortable to own a corgi in the house once you understand your dog. Their needs, wants, temperaments, and their potential behaviours are to be considered. Humans and dogs can have the best interaction and relationship. Though corgis are not complete substitute for humans, but they are best for specific reasons. There are popular stories printed in papers and shown in televisions where dogs instinctively save human lives at stake like drowning, getting lost in deep woods, a child coming face to face with a poisonous snakes, etc.
Accepting and appreciating your corgis depends wholly on you as the owner. This is a good start to provide full care to your dogs. Their health and development will depend entirely on how they are treated.
Naturally, corgis identify their social positions in packs. Being part of a family or being owned by someone identifies their position in the hierarchy. They would feel secure and confident as they sense respect in a given environment. It will help your dog if all the members of your family treat him the same way you do. If he gets different treatment from each one, he tends to get confused and may behave differently.
Consistent training and discipline from all may convey the message to the corgi when he can act as a child, when to be an adult, his time to eat, play, stay out of the house when needed, where to pee, where to relieve his waste, or how to treat other people. As humans grow and develop so do corgis to certain degrees. They respond according to how they are cared for as well.
In cases of unlikely behaviours for some corgis may be perceived that they are not happy with their owners. Most often than not, these owners thinks that the dogs they have are psychologically or neurologically disturbed, when in fact 95% of the reason is because on how they treat and feed them.