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Last updated: 18th October 2022

Corgipoo

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Last updated: 18th October 2022

The Corgipoo is a cross between the Pembroke Welsh Corgi and the Poodle. Like the corgis, they stand on short, stout legs, and often inherit an elongated body. Found in a wide range of colors, they have a long, soft coat covering their bodies. Other features include a roundish face, erect or floppy ears like the Corgi or Poodle respectively and round dark eyes. Besides making an excellent pet choice for first timers, they are often used in military training owing to their small size and high levels of energy.

Corgipoo Pictures

Quick Information

Also known as Corgidoodle, Corgi-Poo, Corgi Poodle Mix
Coat Characteristics Dense, Double-layered, Medium, Soft, Wire
Coat Colors Black, White, Black & White, Black and Tan, Brown & White, Chocolate, Dark Brown, Merle, Red, Sable, Speckled, Spotted
Type Companion Dog, Herding Dog, Designer Dog, Watchdog
Group (of Breed) Crossbreed
Life Span/Expectancy 12-14 years
Height (Size) Medium; 10-12 inches (full grown male and female)
Weight 12-40 pounds (adults)
Personality Traits Loving, lively, playful, alert, mischievous
Good with Children Yes
Barking Less
Hypoallergenic Unknown
Availability Common
Competitive Registration/ Qualification Information DRA

Video: Corgi Poodle Mix Puppies Playing

Temperament and Behavior

This breed is much friendly by temperament, enjoying human company, also mingling well with all, irrespective of age – kids or elderly people. With a high level of energy and intelligence, they might act tricky and mischievous at times. Their sweet faces might often be deceptive since it’s tough to get crossed at them because of their cute, innocent looks. Corgipoos are alert, always cautious about what is going on around them.

Care

Exercise

They are high energy dogs needing an adequate amount of daily exercise. Do not keep them on a leash if you can provide it with an enclosed yard to play. But keep an eye, or just take part in a game with your corgipoo once a day.

Grooming

This breed does not shed much. All you need to do is, brushing its coat periodically – say twice or thrice a week – so as to retain the sheen of its silky hair, and avoid matting.

Health Problems

There are no known diseases specific to the corgipoos. But do not skip the appointment with your vet for a routine checkup.

Training

Be prepared to teach your Corgipoo thoroughly the very basic general commands like ‘halt,’ ‘freeze,’ ‘stop,’ ‘come back,’ ‘sit,’ or ‘go’ to instill obedience in it. Use positive reinforcements like treats or even a tap, hug or praise when it achieves following a command. You can even opt for dog behaviour classes.

Diet/Feeding

Feed them with 1 to ½ a cup of dry kibbles daily.

6 responses to “Corgipoo”

  1. Rhonda Tilley says:

    I am looking for a dog or puppy that is a Welsh Cardigan Corgipoo crossed with a Bichon Frise. Any help would be greatly appreciated. You can text me at 908 619 4235 Thank you

  2. helen thomas says:

    I have just had a litter of corgipoo pups and I’m in love with them already, they are just so cute and cuddly

  3. Jane Pearson says:

    What is the average cost of a Corgipoo and where can I find one in my area?

  4. Mikko Viudez says:

    To whom this may concern,
    My name is Mikko Viudez and I am interested in a Corgipoo! I am having trouble finding breeders or any place that currently has any available and was wondering if you had any available! Please let me know! Thank you so much!

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