Welsh Corgi Pembroke: color
There are two colors in the breed: red with white and tricolor.
Red can have many shades - it is the most diverse color from light red fawn to elegant sable.
A true sable looks marvelous and makes a dog look like it's glowing. Unfortunately, a true sable coat is a rare occurrence. The idea of a sable coat is that the base of the hair is one color and the tips are always a different color.
Usually, the base of the hair is light or even red, reddish or sandy, while their tips are of a darker, almost black, color.
Sable coloring may appear on a Corgi puppy after 3 months of age and it begins on the head or in the chest area.
Fawn color is one of the oldest. Fawn coloring includes all shades of sand with gilded tones, from the lightest to the deepest color. However, there should not be a display of red tones.
The hallmark for fawn colors will be the transition from dark to light tone on the hips, under the tail, on the limbs and on the belly of the dog.
You can't call fawn coat color pale, sandy or red, as these colors are a completely different phenomenon.