Corgi mix breeds can look very different from one another. It will entirely depend on the other dog used!
Corgi cross breeds can also act very differently to one another. Some may be energetic and quick to learn, but others may love nothing more than curling up on the couch with you.
To find the best Corgi mixes for you, you must take a look at what potential characteristics your puppy could inherit from either parent!
What Are Corgi Mixes?
Corgi mix breeds are designer dogs with one Corgi parent, most often a Pembroke Welsh Corgi, but sometimes a Cardigan Welsh Corgi is used.
The other dog could be any purebred dog. First generation mixes have two purebred parents.
But, this means that puppies can inherit any blend of traits from these two dogs! So, one Corgi mix can be really different to the next.
Because of this, it’s really important that potential owners are prepared for any outcome.
Only one thing is certain. Due to the way dwarfism is inherited, all Corgi mix dogs will have disproportionally short legs. But, depending on how tall the “other” breed usually stands, they might not be quite as short as a purebred Corgi’s!
The best way to predict what a Corgi cross breed may be like is to take a closer look at the parent breeds.
Finding Your Corgi Mix Breed
It’s not just about what your Corgi mix may look like! You must also think about their temperament, exercise needs, and health risks.
This way, you can ensure that the cutest Corgi mix also suits your home and lifestyle.
If you’re looking for a hiking companion, look for a Corgi mix with an energetic second parent breed.
But, if you prefer relaxing at home, you might want to consider a Corgi mixed with a common lapdog.
Let’s take a closer look at some of the best Corgi mix breeds for you.
1. Corgi Husky Mix
A Corgi Husky mix often has the Corgi’s short legs but the Husky’s beautiful fur coloring. However, they could have the neat red coat of a Corgi – it will vary from one pup to the next.
Typically, this combo loves being around people. They will also be intelligent and keen to learn new skills.
But, they may have strong hunting instincts, and will need plenty of mental stimulation to prevent boredom and destructive traits! Don’t be surprised if this mix is quite vocal too.
2. Corgi Chihuahua Mix
The Corgi Chihuahua hybrid is one of the smaller Corgi cross breeds. It will usually fall somewhere between the size of its two parents, so look at them for the best idea.
This mix is tenacious, lively, and very devoted to its owner. But, it will need plenty of socialization and training as a puppy to avoid any stranger aggression!
A Corgi Chihuahua cross will need less exercise than some other cross breeds. So, this may be a more suitable option for owners living in apartments.
3. Pitbull Corgi Mix
A Corgi Pitbull mix most often combines a Corgi with the American Pitbull Terrier. But any pitbull breed could be used, so it’s important to know exactly which one is your pup’s parent!
This mix is very devoted to its owners, and will often enjoy training as a way to bond with you.
The exact appearance and temperament of this mix will depend on the Pitbull breed used as a second parent.
You can take a closer look at the Pitbull Corgi mix in this complete guide.
4. Golden Retriever Corgi Mix
The Golden Retriever Corgi cross is loving, affectionate and playful. They will love spending time with their families, and learning new tricks.
This mix will need to be kept busy, with exercise and plenty of mental stimulation. Their exact size and shape will vary from one pup to the next.
So, take a closer look at the specific parents being bred to get a better prediction.
You can find out even more about this popular mix in this complete guide.
5. Australian Shepherd Corgi Mix
The Australian Shepherd Corgi hybrid is another energetic cross. Both parents have working backgrounds, so this cross will need a lot of exercise and mental stimulation.
This mix could also come in a large number of different coat colors and patterns. But, due to the way dwarfism is inherited, they will have the typical short Corgi legs.
Take a closer look at the potential looks and temperament of this mix in this guide.
6. German Shepherd Corgi Mix
The German Shepherd Corgi hybrid will often have a fluffy double coat that may be high shedding. This won’t be a great choice if you are allergic to dog fur!
These mix dogs are very intelligent, energetic, and eager to learn. They must be socialized and trained well from a young age for best results.
Take a closer look at the German Shepherd Corgi mix in our complete guide, here.
7. Corgi Dachshund Mix
The Corgi Dachshund cross will have very short legs and a long body. It’s important to choose a reputable breeder if you’re interested in this mix, as they will be at risk of health conditions related to their long backs.
This mix does best in a home without small children, as they need delicate handling to avoid any injuries.
They will be very devoted to their owners, and need plenty of socialization from a young age.
Take a closer look at this interesting mix in this complete guide.
8. Corgi Lab Mix
A Corgi Lab hybrid is known to be friendly, and to love spending as much time with their owners as possible.
This mix will love exercising with their family, and will usually take well to training. Particularly positive reward training.
Their coloring and exact size will vary from pup to pup. But take a closer look at the specific parents being bred to get a better idea of the possibilities.
You can find out more about this Corgi mix breed in this guide.
9. Corgi Pomeranian Mix
The Corgi Pomeranian cross will be a relatively small and very fluffy dog. This mix can suit apartment life well as long as it gets daily exercise and lots of mental stimulation.
They will also need plenty of grooming, especially if they inherit the Pomeranian parent’s thick coat.
Take a closer look at the potential temperament and appearance of this mix in our complete guide.
10. Corgi Poodle Mix
The Corgi Poodle cross jumps on the popular Poodle mix breed trend! But, don’t be fooled by claims online, this mix won’t necessarily be hypoallergenic.
Some pups may have the dense curly coat of the Poodle parent, but others may have the same shedding fur as their Corgi parent.
Colors and coat patterns can really vary in this mix. And, size will vary depending on the size of the Poodle parent used.
11. Border Collie Corgi Mix
A Border Collie Corgi hybrid will be highly energetic, and very good at learning new tricks. All this brainpower can be great in the right family.
But if this mix doesn’t get enough exercise and mental stimulation, they can become bored and destructive.
So make sure you’re ready to keep your pup entertained all day!
12. Blue Heeler Corgi Mix
A Blue Heeler Corgi cross will be clever, energetic, and versatile. With good training and socialization, this mix can suit almost any role given to it.
But, it may struggle to keep going all day as much as a purebred Blue Heeler would.
Take a close look at the parent breeds to best predict what your puppy will look like.
13. Corgi Shiba Mix
The Corgi Shiba cross will likely be one of the most vocal Corgi cross breeds on this list!
They may not get along well with other pets like cats, and will need plenty of socialization from a young age.
This mix will suit families that can dedicate plenty of time to their training and social needs.
Take a closer look at this mix in this complete guide.
14. Corgi Rottweiler Mix
The Corgi Rottweiler hybrid will fall somewhere between the weights of its two parents.
This mix will need plenty of training and socialization from a young age.
They will best suit families that are active, and have plenty of time to spend with their social little dog.
15. Corgi Dalmatian Mix
Some Corgi Dalmatian mixes will have the Dalmatian parent’s gorgeous spotty coat! But others may have the Corgi parent’s equally gorgeous double coat!
This mix will often fall somewhere between the heights of its two parents. It is usually intelligent, energetic, and curious.
Take a closer look at the Corgi Dalmatian mix in this guide.
Which Corgi Mix Breed is Your Favorite?
Is your favorite Corgi mix on this list? Or is there another one that you think should make the top 15?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments!
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