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The Welsh Corgi, sometimes known as just a Corgi, got their name from two Welsh words that meant dwarf and dog //, Welsh for "dwarf dog"; Historically, the Pembroke has been attributed to the influx of dogs alongside Flemish weavers from around the 10th century, while the Cardigan is attributed to the dogs brought with Norse settlers, in particular a common ancestor of the Swedish Vallhund. According to the Dog Breed Journal published in 2018, there are two different corgi breeds. One is called a Pembroke Welsh Corgi, which is the younger breed, as opposed to the Cardigan Welsh Corgi. A certain degree of interbreeding between the two types has been suggested to explain the similarities between the two.
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