Cardigan Welsh Corgi Club of America


AKC GAZETTE September 2019 Cardigan Welsh Corgi Breed Column Every judge has their pet peeve or idiosyncratic spin on the breeds they judge. It can be color, eyes, size, or even sometimes something completely unimaginable. I mean, who knows what goes through the mind of a judge when you place […]



AKC GAZETTE June 2019 Cardigan Welsh Corgi Breed Column Diehard show dog people love to talk about their dogs. When visiting your local AKC all-breed shows, it does not take much persuasion to get an exhibitor to expound upon the many outstanding features their dog supposedly possesses. On the flip […]



AKC GAZETTE DECEMBER 2018 Cardigan Welsh Corgi Breed Column DNS … After a frustrating day at the dog show, one might come home and place these three letters in a database next to the name of a particular judge who just didn’t meet your standards that weekend. However, let’s take a hard look at what […]



AKC GAZETTE SEPTEMBER 2016 Cardigan Welsh Corgi Breed Column This year, the Cardigan Welsh Corgi Club of America (CWCCA) held the first annual Triathlon Challenge in conjunction with the breed’s national specialty in May. Cardigans were originally bred to be a multipurpose farm dog. While most don’t live on a […]



AKC GAZETTE MARCH 2016 Cardigan Welsh Corgi Breed Column Our guest columnist is Jinnie Strickland, breeder-owner-handler of the first Senior-titled Barn Hunt Cardigan and corresponding secretary of the Cardigan Welsh Corgi Club of America. Cardigans are very well suited for the sport of Barn Hunt. Historically an all-purpose farm dog, […]



AKC GAZETTE SEPTEMBER 2015 Cardigan Welsh Corgi Breed Column It’s never too early to consider how we’d interact with our dogs through temporary, permanent, or progressive changes in our or our dogs’ mobility as a result of temporary setbacks such as surgery, progressive medical conditions including degenerative myelopathy (DM), and […]