We brought our pembroke home 10 days ago. He's 12 weeks old. I actually was hoping to get some insight from you all on our new pup. We have spoken to our breeder about this but I wanted to get your well informed take as well. His temperament test showed he was laid back, friendly, confident, very affectionate, and somewhat lazy. In the week we've had him, he's proving to be the almost the complete opposite of what the temperament test said he was (besides the lazy part, he is pretty lazy and isn't hyper at all). His first two days he didn't eat much and was fairly unsure of everything. He's eating better now but still does not have even close to a big appetite. we still have to coax him to eat his food and he only responds to treats sometimes. Sometimes he likes cheese, sometimes he could care less. Sometimes he likes peanut butter, sometimes he could care less. He' not affectionate and prefers to stretch out away from us. He will only sit with us if we're rubbing his belly. He's now comfortable with us but is fearful of new adults. He seems to be ok with children and a bit better with quiet other dogs. We live in a dog friendly apartment so every time we have to go out he sees someone new. Even if people approach him very softly, he jumps back and is very very timid. We've had a few people come over our house to see him or brought him to their house, and if they put their hand out slowly to pet him, he'll just jump back and sometimes yelp. He's not very inquisitive, overly friendly, or confident either. A lot of people are saying this is just a puppy fear stage, him adjusting to his new surroundings, his separation anxiety from his litter mates, mother, etc. Is this fairly common with corgi's? that they act very strange the first few weeks while they are at the new house? We're just a bit confused and a little anxious about all of this as we're first time puppy owners, so any insight you could provide us would be greatly appreciated.