Corgi’s, while one of the internet’s most meme-able dogs, have grown in popularity to be one of the most popular dog breeds today. They’re like logs of fur! Corgi’s are prone to arthritis pain in their small joints that connect their backbones and other debilitating back problems. If not regularly exercised, these cuties can get pretty heavy! Keep your corgi healthy and active with ActivPhy joint support for dogs!
Here are some fun facts about Corgi’s!
Yes, Corgi’s are surprisingly very active as well as fast/strong runners.
2. Shake your… Oh wait…
Pembroke Corgi’s have very short tails or no tails at all. Most corgi’s are born this naturally cute, although other corgi breeds do have tails.
Corgi’s are natural herders so don’t let their size fool you when they try directing their owners in choice of direction. See cute corgi herding video here.
4. Queen Elizabeth II Loves Corgi’s!
She’s had over 30 corgi’s since she was a young girl.
5. They Make Fabulous Guard Dogs
Corgi’s act as fantastic watch animals with their big ears. Herding instincts will keep your house protected by the tail-less canine.
Bring back the active in your Corgi today by taking the ActivPhy challenge! Try one tub over one month and you will see a difference or your money back. ActivPhy comes in two sizes: regular chews for dogs that weigh over 30 lbs and small bites for dogs that weigh less than 30 lbs. One soft chew a day is all you need. If your dog doesn’t like the taste, we will refund your money. Recommended to support healthy joints and flexibility in dogs as early as one year of age. ActivPhy is proudly made in the USA.
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