Dog lovers would agree that having a pet is like going for a shop – one can easily get lost with all the nearly unlimited choices. Every dog breed takes pride in their specific characteristics yet they all look adorable in our perspective. A cute dog like Corgi is one of those dog breeds we can easily fall in love with.

Due to the Corgi’s lovable features, they are often combined with other breeds. When a Corgi’s short legs are mixed with another, the results are beyond amazing. Here are several mixes that will melt your heart.

Cutest Corgi Mixes

Augie

Augie

The Augie is a result of the Corgi and Australian Shepherd. This mixture unites intelligence and a happy-go-lucky personality. The Corgi’s feature is dominant in terms of energy while the Australian Shepherd shares the learning trait.

They could weigh to just around 20 to 30 pounds and could group to 13 inches. Additionally, they are tri-colored in fur combination while their eye colors pop in brown or blue. Also, they are moderate shedders most of the time but tend to shed heavily during the winter and summer seasons.

Horgi

Horgi

The Horgi is a mixed dog breed between Welsh Corgi and Siberian Husky. They are small in size and playful in nature with personalities inherited from both parents. Their coats are usually a mixture of these main colors: black, cream, fawn, and sable. Unfortunately, they are heavy shedders and require frequent brushing.

They are also intelligent and eager learners with lots of energy. They enjoy walking and hiking activities, a trait they most likely got from their Siberian Husky parent. One thing to also note is that they are alert but not aggressive or territorial which makes them good companions.

Corman Shepherd

Corman Shepherd

Corman Shepherds are offsprings of a German Shepherd and Corgi. These short-legged pups are rarely in a one-colored mix since usually they appear in blended shades of black, brown, and white. With proper training, they are well-behaved but are naturally very intelligent, friendly pets that love to interact with children.

You may find most dogs weighing anywhere between 20 to 70 pounds. They range in height, from 12 to 15 inches at the shoulder level. However, many can be smaller or larger, depending on their purebred parents’ respective characteristics too.

Corgidor

Corgidor

Corgidors are results of breeding Labrador Retrievers and Corgis. These cute dogs are medium-sized with thick-coated fur in solid or mixtures of tan, red, black and brown. They are easily adaptable to habitat that’s why they are perfect for either apartment of big house living.

Even though Corgidors are small, they are excellent watchdogs because of their Labrador trait. This makes them also very good with children. When fully grown, they weigh about 55 pounds at 23 inches in height.

Corgi Inu

Corgi Inu

This crossbreed is probably the most adorable kind coming from the Shiba Inu and Corgi. Corgi Inus are easy to get along with kids, other people, or other animals. They are fairly intelligent and outgoing with a tendency to play favorites with their owners.

Corgi Inus are usually 9 to 15 inches in height and 17 to 27 pounds in weight. During their life expectancy of 12 to 15 years, they tend to be energetic. They need plenty of mental and physical attention starting at a young age to control behavior.

Best Corgi Mixes

We can’t get enough of those Corgi-ness! While the above lists the most adorable mixes we found, it is also fitting to note the best breeds you need to look for whether you live alone of with a wife and kids.

Here are a few of the best corgi mixes we recommend:

Corgi-Dalmatian

Corgi-Dalmatian

The Corgi-Dalmatian, a mixture of the Dalmation and Corgi, deserves a spot to our best list because of its sweet, intelligent, and playful demeanor. They are highly recommended as family companions since they tend to be eager to please their owners.

Although, due to their animal instinct, they can be stubborn at times. If you are not an active person, don’t forget to buy them toys to let that energy drain down.

Corgi-Pom

Corgi-Pom

Corgi-Poms are dogs of class and style; it’s hard to deny this breed’s cuteness! The perfect combination of Corgis and Pomeranians have tied this dog’s physical and behavioral characteristics.

This first-generation hybrid is a reflection of loving and sweet known from Corgis, and stubbornness from the Pomeranian side – indeed a small dog with big personalities.

Porgi

Porgi

Here we find a mix of royal attention. The Porgi is a result of breeding the Corgi, a favorite of the Queen of England, and the Pug, the dog of choice by the emperors of China. They are oftentimes lazy and are fond of napping just like their Pug parent which makes this dog a little bit of a diva.

Corgi Pitt

Corgi Pitt

If you are looking for a slightly aggressive Corgi breed, then the Corgi Pitt is perfect for you. You get a mix of both muscular and emotional sensitivity which is good for individuals who prefer dogs that are protective of their owners. We also recommend them for families who have older children for proper interaction.

Beagi

Beagi

The Beagi is a cross between Beagles and Cardigan Welsh Corgis. They have evident droopy ears and curly tails as inherited from their Beagle parent while they got their short stature from the Corgi. Beagis are famous to have great temperaments; they are friendly to kids and loyal to their owners.

Conclusion
Indeed, mixed dog breeds are like having 2 pets in one – you get the best (or the worst) of both worlds. It’s always a surprising combination of traits and personalities, however, it can oftentimes be twice the temperament.

If you are new to this world, just keep in mind to look for knowledgeable breeders first – never adopt from sketchy sources – and hire trainers to enable your dog to develop properly and reach its full potential.