I have read that Corgis do well in cold weather, and I would think herding dogs in general would need to be OK in various weather conditions. I know he has an under coat of fur for warmth. From loooking at Pembrokeshire and the town of Pembroke on line it looks as if the winter would be cold and not much shelter too.
I still wonder when Bailey loves to go out when it is in the 20's or 30's F and just wants lie in the snow and look at me when I walk inside the house. I have not left him out more than about 20 minutes in that temperature, unless we are together walking and generating some heat. We walk together in the cold for over a mile if the snow is not too deep. He can travel when the snow is 10" deep, I don't take him far. But he loves it.
I also wonder about him getting ice in his toes. He love the snow at the dog park. He likes to eat snow and rub himself all over on ice. It is very rare that it goes below 20 F around here during the day. I have some new winter gear for myself, I'm hoping for a blizzard and some single digit temps, so I can try it out.
My thought is I would leave him inside in those condtions
What have others got to say about Corgis in the cold?
Any suggestions? Experiences?