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Choosing Corgi Names
If you’re anything like me, then your dog is your child. As such, choosing a name for your Corgi is just as important to you as choosing a name for a newborn baby.
This name will stick with your dog for the rest of its life, so it has to be a good one. The problem is, it can be annoyingly difficult to decide on which name you like best.
Matters get worse when the pup will be a family dog and you have to take into account several opinions.
We know how important and tough naming your dog is, so we’ve created this article with lists of all different kinds of names, from classic, to cute, to unique, in the hopes that we can help you choose the perfect name for your new Corgi.
If you’re having trouble naming your new Corgi, then you might be wondering if the internet has some tips for you. There are many websites that have subjectively good tips, but none of them have any scientific weight behind them.
For instance, the advice we came across most often when researching for this article were things like “don’t give your dog a multisyllabic name”, “end the name with a vowel sound”, and “don’t use common names to avoid confusion at dog parks.”
While these tips aren’t bad in essence, we couldn’t find any scientific evidence to back them up. However, there may be some merit to them.
For instance, there are many lovely multisyllabic names, but most of us end up shortening those into a nickname anyway.
At the end of the day, there are no rules when it comes to naming a dog, the choice is one-hundred percent yours!
Best Corgi names
This list contains some of the most popular female and male names. If you’re looking for a name that is sure to be well-received by everyone, then this list is for you!
Female Corgi names
This list includes some classic feminine-sounding names. However, it’s the 21st century, so you are not limited to using these names only on female dogs.
None of these names standing out to you? Never fear! We have loads more name ideas for female dogs on our website, and you can find them here.
Male Corgi names
Below is a great list of classic, masculine-sounding names. However, it is relatively popular and totally acceptable to use a male name for a female dog. If you like one of these names but your dog is a girl, go for it anyway!
If none of these names feel like the right fit, check out our dedicated article on male dog names.
Cool Corgi names
Corgis have pretty much taken over the internet, so it’s safe to say that we all think they are pretty cool. Why not give your short-legged furball a cool name to match his swagger?
Here are some of the coolest Corgi names.
Are none of these names cool enough for you? Good thing we have 250 more options for you.
Cute Corgi names
No one can deny that the Corgi’s cuteness factor is through the roof. It would make sense to choose a cute name to match their adorable looks.
- Jelly Bean
- Momo (peach in Japanese)
Looking for more cute names? We have an article dedicated to the subject. Find it here.
Funny Corgi names
If you like humorous names, then you might enjoy some of the names listed below.
- Low Rider
Unique Corgi names
Every dog is an individual with a unique personality. Whether you’re tired of common names or just want to honor your dog’s individuality, below are some uncommon names that may suit your Corgi puppy.
Haven’t found what you’re looking for yet? Luckily, we have a whole article dedicated to unique names. Check it out!
Tough Corgi names
Corgis may be small in size, but don’t let that fool you. They actually make for great watch dogs due to their attentiveness and loud bark. Pair this with their herding ancestry, and these diminutive dogs are a whole lot tougher than you might think!
Why not honor that with a tough sounding name?
Are none of these names tough enough for you? In that case, check out our article on tough names for more ideas. You can find it here.
Fun Facts About Corgis
Corgis are pretty popular dogs; their photos are constantly being liked and shared across social media. But how much do you actually know about them? Here are some fun facts about Corgis!
There are two types of Corgis: the Pembroke Welsh Corgi and the Cardigan Welsh Corgi. They look very similar, but the Cardigan Corgi has a longer tail and rounded ears.
Corgis were bred from short-legged herding dogs and are still part of the herding group today.
According to Welsh legends, Pembroke Welsh Corgis were used to pull fairy carriages. They also served as the noble steeds that warrior fairies would ride into battle.
As of 2018, Pembroke Welsh Corgis are the 13th most popular dog according to the AKC’s Most Popular Breeds list.
The word “Corgi” is believed to mean “dwarf dog.” However, there are some discrepancies in translation, so the name may also mean “watchdog.”
Did you know any of these facts about Corgis?
We’d love to hear from you in the comments section below. Please tell us your favorite Corgi names.
Congratulations on your new furry friend! Which name did you choose? Let us know in the comments below.
“2018 Most Popular Dog Breeds” American Kennel Club.