Pembroke Welsh Corgis are adorable, playful and fun, but they can be a real mess without regular grooming. Of course all dogs shed, even dogs who are hypoallergenic, but the question is how much do they shed, how will you clean up after them, and is there a solution to Pembroke Welsh Corgi shedding?
How Much Do Corgis Shed?
For starters, Pembroke Welsh Corgis shed. Being the favorite breed of Queen Elizabeth II there’s no doubt some royal housekeepers are heavily occupied with keeping Buckingham Palace neat and tidy from all the dogs’ hair.
A Pembroke Welsh Corgi has a thick, double-layer coat, and they shed regularly. Some dogs shed during a shedding “season” and while this may be true for some Pembroke Welsh Corgies, we find the continually lose hair and a couple of times of year they can “blow” their coats. Supplements such as Salmon oil and a high quality dog food as well as regular consistent brushing with the correct tool, really help solve the problem.
Shedding is nothing to worry about, other than making things a little messy. Shedding is a perfectly natural and healthy thing for dogs to do. They shed to get rid of loose, dead hair and to make way for new, healthy fur, as well as to keep their skin healthy.