Top 53 Most Adorable Corgi Mixes

The Corgi is an adorable and cute dog that is famous for its short legs and stocky body.

Anyone who has a Corgi knows they make loyal and wonderful dogs. The Queen of England has owned 28 Corgis and 2 Corgi Mixes.

Their kind and affectionate temperament has led to them being mixed with lots of other breeds

The most famous mix is the Dorgi but did you know there are 53 hybrids?

Struggling decide which one is right for you?

Keep reading to learn about all the 53 Corgi mix dogs…

Corgi Mixes

A to Z Corgi Mix Breeds List

Mix Parents Size (lb) Popularity
Alasgi Alaskan Malamute and Corgi 30 to 80 46
Augie Australian Shepherd and Corgi 20 to 40 4
Beagi Beagle and Corgi 10 to 30 13
Black and Tan Corgi Black and Tan Coonhound and Corgi 20 to 50 43
Blue Corgi Blue Heeler and Corgi 20 to 50 14
Borgi Border Collie and Corgi 20 to 30 7
Bulldorgi English Bulldog and Corgi 20 to 40 37
Cairn Corgi Cairn Terrier and Corgi 15 to 25 28
Cava Corgi King Charles Spaniel and Pembroke Welsh Corgi 15 to 30 23
Chigi Chihuahua and Corgi 10 to 20 5
Chogi Chow Chow and Corgi 20 to 40 12
Cojack Jack Russell Terrier and Pembroke Welsh Corgi 15 to 30 8
Corger Boxer and Corgi 20 to 40 25
Corgi Basset Basset Hound and Corgi 40 to 60 24
Corgi Bichon Bichon Frise and Corgi 10 to 30 27
Corgi Cattle Australian Cattle Dog and Corgi 25 to 40 33
Corgi Inu Shiba Inu and Corgi 20 to 40 17
Corgi Pit Pitbull and Corgi 20 to 50 21
Corgi Schip Schipperke and Corgi 15 to 30 49
Corgi x Greyhound 20 to 40 30
Corgi x Pointer 20 to 60 40
Corgi x Rottweiler 50+ 26
Corgi x Scottish Terrier 15 to 25 42
Corgi x Shar-Pei 15 to 25 52
Corgi x West Highland White Terrier 20 to 30 47
Corgidor Labrador Retriever and Corgi 40 to 60 9
Corgipin Miniature Pinscher and Corgi 10 to 30 48
Corgipom Pomeranian and Pembroke Welsh Corgi 10 to 20 22
Corgipoo Miniature Poodle and Pembroke Welsh Corgi 10 to 20 2
Corgitriever Flat-Coated Retriever and Corgi 20 to 50 36
Corgoyed Samoyed and Corgi 20 to 40 39
Corillion Papillion and Corgi 10 to 25 18
Corkie Yorkshire Terrier and Corgi 15 to 25 10
Corman Shepherd German Shepherd and Corgi 30 to 80 16
Corsengi Basenji and Corgi 20 to 25 32
Corswiss Great Swiss Mountain Dog and Corgi 25 to 70 45
Cortese Maltese and Pembroke Welsh Corgi 10 to 20 3
Dobergi Pinscher Doberman Pinscher and Corgi 50+ 34
Dorgi Dachshund and Corgi 10 to 20 1
Golden Corgi Golden Retriever and Corgi 30 to 75 11
Hairless Corgi American Hairless Terrier and Corgi 15 to 30 50
Horgski Siberian Husky and Corgi 50+ 44
Leopard Corgi Catahoula Leopard Dog and Corgi 20 to 50 35
Pembroke Sheltie Shetland Sheepdog and Pembroke Welsh Corgi 10 to 30 20
Porgi Pug and Corgi 10 to 20 6
Red Corgi Cattle Red Heeler and Corgi 20 to 40 51
Saint Corgnard Saint Bernard and Pembroke Welsh Corgi 50+ 53
Schnorgi Schnauzer and Corgi 15 to 30 19
Shorgi Shih Tzu and Corgi 10 to 20 15
Spitzgi German Spitz and Pembroke Welsh Corgi 10 to 20 31
Sporgi English Springer Spaniel and Pembroke Welsh Corgi 20 to 40 29
The Great Dorgi Great Dane and Corgi 50+ 38
Toy Bulldorgi French Bulldog and Corgi 20 to 40 41

Top 53 Cutest Corgi Mix Dogs

1. Dorgi (Dachshund and Corgi Mix)

Dorgi

The Dorgi is a hybrid breed made from crossing a Dachshund and Corgi.

Dorgis are officially the most popular Corgi mix in the world.

Interestingly Queen Elizabeth is said to have first bred this mix. One of Queen Elizabeth’s Corgis mated with Princess Margaret’s Dachshund.

The Dorgi makes an excellent family pet. They are well loved by families both young and old.

Dorgis have short stubby legs like both of their parents and normally have long Dachshund coats.

2. Corgipoo (Miniature Poodle and Pembroke Welsh Corgi Mix)

The Corgipoo is a teddy bear like Corgi mix that is both adorable and affectionate.

This designer dog is produced by mating the Pembroke Welsh Corgi and Miniature Poodle. The Corgipoo was designed to inherit their Poodle parent’s intelligence and hypoallergenic coat.

Unlike other dogs in this list the Corgipoo is only bred from the Pembroke variety.

They adjust well to a variety of environments and can live with couples, families and seniors.

3. Cortese (Maltese and Pembroke Welsh Corgi Mix)

One of the most adorable Corgi mixes is the Cortese.

Half Pembroke Welsh Corgi and half Maltese this mix inherits the best traits of both parents.

They have a soft hypoallergenic coat, loving personality and a happy smile.

This mix makes a great family pet and loves small children.

Cortese dogs enjoy late night cuddles but also love play such as swimming and games.

4. Augie (Australian Shepherd and Corgi Mix)

Augie

When an Australian Shepherd is mixed with a Corgi it produces the ever so adorable Augie.

The Augie is one of the most popular Corgi mixes due to the likelihood of them inheriting different colored eyes (i.e. heterochromia). This a beautiful trait that gives the Augie an unforgettable charm.

Augies normally have all the energy of an Australian Shepherd mixed with the intelligence of a Corgi.

The Augie is a small sized dog that is perfect for families.

Their activity level is perfect for children and their affectionate and eager to please personality is welcomed into any family home.

5. Chigi (Chihuahua and Corgi Mix)

Chigi

The small yet mighty Chihuahua mates with the affectionate Corgi to give us the Chigi.

Chigis are energetic, playful and loyal – just like their Chihuahua parent.

They are great play mates. However due to their small size we would not recommend this dog for children as they can get mishandled or injured. They also prefer to be the only pet in the house.

Chigis makes a great side-kick for active singles.

They need lots of time, attention and affection which they so strongly crave.

6. Porgi (Pug and Corgi Mix)

What do we call a Corgi mix that combines two of the most comical dog breeds? A Porgi!

Porgis are small and fun mixes bred from a Pug and Corgi.

This mix is highly trainable and makes for a very fun companion. They are not suited to younger children as they are feisty during play.

The Porgi has a short coat that is either brown or tan.

They also have a black mask like a Pug. Unlike the Pug they do not suffer with Brachycephalic syndrome as they have longer snouts.

7. Borgi (Border Collie and Corgi Mix)

Borgi

When a Border Collie mixes a Corgi we get the Borgi.

Borgis are an out-going and playful pooch.

They are known to inherit the intelligence and eager-to-please attitude of their Border Collie parent. This makes them a great learner.

Borgis also inherit the Border Collie’s high energy. This makes them best suited to active individuals who can provide lots of stimulation – and not families with children.

The Borgi is a small sized mix (20 to 30lb) with a long and thick coat.

8. Cojack (Jack Russell Terrier and Pembroke Welsh Corgi Mix)

Cojack

The Cojack is sometimes known as the Pembroke Corgi Terrier mix.

This mix is bred by mating a Jack Russell Terrier with a Pembroke Welsh Corgi.

Cojacks normally have large triangular ears, short legs and a long tail.

This mix inherits the best characteristics from each parent.

Cojacks are great companions because they are loyal, smart, fun and energetic.

They also love to spend time with their loved ones. As long as you have time for your Cojack he will definitely have time for you.

We do not recommend this mix for people who spend most of their time away from home. Cojacks are known to suffer from separation anxiety if left alone for long periods of time.

9. Corgidor (Labrador Retriever and Corgi Mix)

Corgidor

The Corgidor is a delightful mix of two of the world’s most popular dog breeds.

Part royal Corgi and part loving Labrador this mix is very cheerful.

This breed is full of love and affection making them the perfect family member.

They look just like a Labrador Retriever except with short legs.

Corgidors are intelligent and very easy to train.

10. Corkie (Yorkshire Terrier and Corgi Mix)

Corgi x Yorkshire Terrier

Corkies are a wonderful and loving mix that were bred to be a companion dog. They thrive in the presence of family.

Half Corgi and half Yorkshire Terrier this breed remains small like both of their parents.

They usually take the height of a Corgi (i.e. short stumpy legs) and the coat of a Yorkie.

Corkies require daily brushing.

They are natural born shedders so prepare to be covered in doggy fur.

11. Golden Corgi (Golden Retriever and Corgi Mix)

Golden Corgi

A Golden Corgi is a designer Corgi made by crossing a Golden Retriever and Corgi.

The Golden Corgi is an extremely loyal and friendly breed.

This breed makes the perfect companion for families, couples or singles.

The Golden Corgi can weigh between 30 to 75 pounds. They usually look like a golden-colored Corgi with a wavy coat.

12. Chogi (Chow Chow and Corgi Mix)

The Chogi is a dog bred by mating the Chow Chow with a Corgi.

Chogis have a long thick coat and are heavy shedders that need consistent grooming.

A Chogi is best described as fluffy, out-going and confident.

They are also extremely loving towards their owners and family members.

As long as they are at the top of their pack they are happy.

Because of this we recommend proper socialization and training from an early age. They definitely crave interaction.

13. Beagi (Beagle and Corgi Mix)

Beagi

The Beagi is a designer pooch made between mating a Corgi with a Beagle.

Beagis are known for their protective instincts given both parents have protective personalities.

The Beagi is a charming mix that is not shy of showing off their cheerful and playful personality. However, they can be quite stubborn to train

Intelligent yet independent is the best way to describe them.

With lots of positive reinforcement they can make a wonderful mannered family pet.

14. Blue Corgi (Blue Heeler and Corgi Mix)

The Blue Corgi is a Corgi bred with a Blue Heeler.

Descending from a Blue Heeler this mix makes a keen and loyal worker.

However their best attribute is their coat. Thanks to their Blue Heeler parent’s magnificent blue coat this mix steals the show.

Blue Corgis are bred to be cute and active.

They are best described as adaptable, affectionate and active.

15. Shorgi (Shih Tzu and Corgi Mix)

The Shorgi is another classic Corgi mix bred from a purebred Shih Tzu.

Shih Tzus and Corgis are both perfect breeds for someone who wants a good lap dog.

Shorgis love attention and affection.

They are suited to seniors who want to spend lots of time with their dog and do not do well being left alone.

16. Corman Shepherd (German Shepherd and Corgi Mix)

Corman Shepherd

Corman Shepherd is a cute name given to a Corgi German Shepherd mix.

German Shepherds are renowned for their intelligence, loyalty and striking wolf-like appearance. On the other hand Corgis are light-hearted and spark joy among dog lovers.

When bred together this dog has the best characteristics of each parent.

Corman Shepherds are known to be very intelligent and loyal. Some mixes are a smaller and more approachable German Shepherd.

The Corman Shepherd can weigh anywhere from 20 to 70 pounds.

17. Corgi Inu (Shiba Inu and Corgi Mix)

Corgi Inu

The Corgi Inu is one of the most beautiful dogs on this list.

This breed comes from mating a purebred Shiba Inu with a Corgi.

The resulting mix is a foxlike puppy with tiny legs. Due to their thick fur the Corgi Inu has high grooming requirements.

The Corgi Inu is a smart, loyal and alert mix.

This puppy’s alertness makes them very wary of strangers. They will bark when things feel out of place so make great watch dogs.

18. Corillion (Papillion and Corgi Mix)

The Corillion is a tiny pooch produced by mating a Corgi and Papillion. This mix stands at eight inches and weighs no more than 20 pounds.

Corillions are docile, loving and playful.

Their body is very similar to a Corgi’s but their coat is long and silky (like a Papillon).

This breed is highly sensitive and requires lots of love and attention.

We do not recommend this mix for busy people.

19. Schnorgi (Schnauzer and Corgi Mix)

When a Schnauzer is mated with a Corgi we get another fantastic mix known as the Schnorgi.

Schnorgis have the head and wiry grey fur of a Schnauzer with the stumpy legs of a Corgi.

This mix makes a great family dog as they are low shedding and love children.

Schnorgis normally grow to just 15 to 20 pounds so can even thrive in apartments.

20. Pembroke Sheltie (Shetland Sheepdog and Pembroke Welsh Corgi Mix)

Pembroke Sheltie

The Pembroke Sheltie is the result of mating of a Pembroke Welsh Corgi and Shetland Sheepdog.

This dog is medium-sized and can come in a variety of colors such as brown, red, sable and white.

Shetland Sheepdogs are docile, loving and gentle. This translates well into the Pembroke Sheltie who is more mellow than their Corgi parent.

Pembroke Shelties are known to make great family pets.

They enjoy time with family members of all ages (including young children).

21. Corgi Pit (Pitbull and Corgi Mix)

The Corgi Pit is a hybrid bred by mating the Corgi with any Pitbull.

Corgi Pits are comical, loving and very playful!

They have the best tendencies of both parents.

They are not afraid of water, are super active and very fit. Yet they are very loyal to their owners which makes them loveable side-kicks.

22. Corgipom (Pomeranian and Pembroke Welsh Corgi Mix)

Corgipom

The Corgipom is a Corgi mix made by mating a purebred Pembroke Welsh Corgi and Pomeranian.

Both parent breeds are happy, affectionate and active dogs.

Unfortunately both parents are known to be wary of strangers so Corgipoms do have unwanted barking tendencies. Due to their small size they have more bark than bite!

Corgipoms differ litter to litter and there is no breed standard.

23. Cava Corgi (King Charles Spaniel and Pembroke Welsh Corgi Mix)

Cava Corgi

The King Charles Spaniel and the Pembroke Welsh Corgi come together to give us the Cava Corgi.

This dog stands at just 8 to 12 inches tall and weighs only 15 to 30 pounds.

Cava Corgis are affectionate and energetic and make a great pet for families with children.

Like many King Charles Spaniel mixes the Cava Corgi comes in a variety of colors such as black and tan, tri-color and ruby.

Their coat is truly beautiful and is normally wavy. Luckily it is low maintenance because of their Corgi parent.

24. Corgi Basset (Basset Hound and Corgi Mix)

The relaxed Basset Hound is mixed with the outgoing Corgi to produce a Corgi Basset.

Corgi Bassets were first bred to produce a dog with the best traits of both parents. They often have short legs and long ears.

This mix is curious, alert and playful.

Corgi Bassets are great dogs for families without any pets.

Due to their hunting instincts they often chase smaller pets. Caution should be taken when introducing this dog to smaller animals.

25. Corger (Boxer and Corgi Mix)

The Corger is another Corgi mix that brings together two playful and loving dogs.

Corgers are half Corgi and half Boxer.

This hybrid is a great breed for families with children. They are playful, cheerful and devoted.

The actual size of this mix varies greatly. They are normally muscular and stocky with a short coat.

This mix is extremely loyal and loves trips to the dog park and being around family.

26. Corgi x Rottweiler

The Corgi and Rottweiler are two well-loved dogs known for their intelligence.

The Rottweiler is also known for being a guard dog.

Rottweiler x Corgis are most likely to take after their Rottweiler parent and have strong guard dog instincts. Although they are wary of strangers they still make a super loving pet.

With the shortness of a Corgi and the markings of a Rottweiler this dog looks like a mini Rottweiler.

27. Corgi Bichon (Bichon Frise and Corgi Mix)

The Corgi Bichon mix is a designer Corgi hybrid with Corgi and Bichon Frise parents.

Corgi Bichons are charming, independent and affectionate.

The Corgi Bichon takes after her parents and loves to be close to her family. She is bred to be the best companion dog and stands at 9 to 12 inches tall.

This mix is also known to be hypoallergenic so shedding should be minimal. However, brushing is essential to prevent any unwanted matting common in the Bichon coat.

28. Cairn Corgi (Cairn Terrier and Corgi Mix)

Cairn Corgi

The Cairn Corgi is a hybrid produced by mating a Cairn Terrier with a Corgi.

He stands at just 10 to 11 inches tall.

This mix is all British as both parent breeds are from the United Kingdom:

  • The Corgi comes from Wales.
  • The Cairn Terrier comes from the Scottish Highlands.

This dog is a loyal, small and intelligent hybrid.

He loves to learn and is easily trained. This makes him an adaptable and excellent addition to many families.

29. Sporgi (English Springer Spaniel and Pembroke Welsh Corgi Mix)

The Sporgi is a hybrid produced by mating an English Springer Spaniel and Pembroke Welsh Corgi.

This mix is full of energy and is very active because English Springer Spaniels are gun dogs and Corgis are herding dogs.

Sprogis are known as the British Corgi mix as both parents are from the United Kingdom.

They are a great choice for families who want a dog full of energy.

30. Corgi x Greyhound

Want a fast and super energetic mix?

This designer mix made by breeding the Corgi with a Greyhound and is known to be athletic, affectionate and gentle.

Interestingly both breeds have royal roots and Greyhounds date back to the Pharaohs.

This mix is sometimes mistaken for a Dachshund mix because of their stocky legs and slim bodies.

31. Spitzgi (German Spitz and Pembroke Welsh Corgi Mix)

The Spitzgi may not be as popular as many Corgi mixes on this list.

However, it is one of the cutest. The Spitzgi looks just like a miniature Corgi with lots of fluff.

This breed is produced by mating a Pembroke Welsh Corgi and German Spitz.

Spitzgi dogs take after both feisty parents.

They have strong barking tendencies and are wary of strangers.

32. Corsengi (Basenji and Corgi Mix)

Corgi x Basenji

The Basenji Corgi is known as a Corsengi.

This designer Corgi is breed by mating a Pembroke Welsh Corgi with a Basenji.

Corsengis are graceful, affectionate and active. Because of their affectionate personality they fit well into a home with children.

Interestingly their Basenji parent is a bit of a clean freak.

The good news is this dog is likely to keep themselves very clean and loves to bathe.

33. Corgi Cattle (Australian Cattle Dog and Corgi Mix)

This hybrid is made by mating a Corgi and Australian Cattle Dog.

They are affectionally known as Corgi Cattles.

Corgi Cattles are playful, loving and high energy mixes that enjoy having a job to do around the farm.

This mix is classified as a medium sized dog and is usually either fawn or white. Some even have blue eyes.

This breed is perfect for any active homestead that needs a small cattle dog to help out.

34. Dobergi Pinscher (Doberman Pinscher and Corgi Mix)

Dobergi Pinscher is the strange name given to a wonderful Corgi mix.

This dog is produced by mating a Doberman Pinscher and Corgi.

The result is normally a loving, affectionate and sweet-natured mix.

Dobergi Pinschers are an alert and watchful puppy. They are known to be protective of their loved ones but are not as intimidating as Doberman Pinschers.

35. Leopard Corgi (Catahoula Leopard Dog and Corgi Mix)

The Leopard Corgi is a rare mix that should be more popular than their rank suggests.

His parents are Corgi and Catahoula Leopard Dog. Catahoula Leopard Dogs are known to be independent, loyal and intelligent.

Leopard Corgis stays true to their roots and are loyal and intelligent. They are also known to be much more adaptable and loving.

This dog is great for active families but we do not recommend them for elderly owners due to their exercise requirements.

Leopard Corgis usually inherit the low-to-the-ground body of a Corgi and the Leopard printed coat of the Catahoula. Some mixes are lucky enough to inherit bright blue eyes too.

36. Corgitriever (Flat-Coated Retriever and Corgi Mix)

This Corgitriever is a Corgi mix produced by crossing a Corgi with a purebred Flat-Coated Retriever.

The result is a very happy and loyal mix.

A Corgitriever’s appearance is never set in stone. They sometimes take on the comical appearance of a Flat-Coated Retriever with short and stocky legs.

Luckily these short legs do not hold them back from play.

This mix is super friendly and gets on well with families and other pets.

37. Bulldorgi (English Bulldog and Corgi Mix)

The Bulldorgi is a hybrid bred from crossing a Corgi with an English Bulldog. This puppy is on the larger side and can weigh 50lb.

Their appearance varies so some mixes resemble the English Bulldog and others a Corgi.

Both parent breeds are stubborn so one thing you can be sure about is the Bulldorgi’s stubborn nature.

Luckily both parents are also friendly so your mix will be gentle and friendly towards their loved ones.

With proper training and socialization you can turn a Bulldorgi into a well-trained and happy dog.

38. The Great Dorgi (Great Dane and Corgi Mix)

Great Dorgis are a crossbreed with Corgi and Great Dane parents.

The size of each Great Dorgi is completely unknown due to the size difference between both parents.

What is known is that Great Dorgis are very affectionate and playful.

They adore being close to their family and are a very down-to-earth mix.

39. Corgoyed (Samoyed and Corgi Mix)

The Corgoyed is a high maintenance mix with Corgi and Samoyed parents.

Samoyeds are known for their snow white and extremely fluffy coat.

Corgoyeds are known to be loving and docile.

They make a great addition for someone who wants a tiny Samoyed-like dog (provided you have time for regular grooming).

40. Corgi x Pointer

The Corgi x Pointer mix is a stubborn and strong willed breed.

Thanks to their gun dog instincts this dog loves the countryside and is very energetic.

The Corgi x Pointer is only suited to very active individuals who can provide them with lots of physical stimulation.

This hybrid usually takes on the liver and white Pointer coat color with the shortened legs of a Corgi.

41. Toy Bulldorgi (French Bulldog and Corgi Mix)

A Toy Bulldorgi is another famous Bulldog Corgi Mix (#37) bred from a Corgi and French Bulldog. The toy variety is smaller and weighs 20 pounds.

The French Bulldog Corgi can inherit short stumpy legs and a flattened face.

If they inherit the French Bulldog’s flattened face they may be at risk of developing brachycephalic syndrome. However, this does not mean they will not be happy to play for short periods of time.

Their affectionate personality makes them a great companion for couples and families.

42. Corgi x Scottish Terrier

The Scottish Terrier Corgi was first bred as a companion dog for seniors.

Due to their loyalty and affection they are a perfect match.

They make great side-kick for seniors as they do not require lots of exercise – unlike most Corgi mixes on this list!

By mating the Corgi with a Scottish Terrier you get a small-sized hypoallergenic dog.

43. Black and Tan Corgi (Black and Tan Coonhound and Corgi Mix)

A rare but beautiful Corgi mix is the Black and Tan Corgi.

This breed is bred from a Pembroke Welsh Corgi and Black and Tan Coonhound.

Black and Tan Corgis are a friendly breed that gets along well with anyone.

Because of their Black and Tan Coonhound parent this mix makes a fantastic search and rescue dog. They have a love of tracking.

The Black and Tan Corgi is definitely an active breed. They are best suited to homes that can provide them with regular exercise.

44. Horgski (Siberian Husky and Corgi Mix)

The Horgski is a mix with many names.

They are sometimes known as a:

  • Horgski
  • Horgii
  • Siborgi
  • Siberian Husky Corgi Mix

The Horgski is a popular mix bred by cross-breeding the naughty Siberian Husky with the cheerful Corgi.

Both Siberian Huskies and Corgis are known to be mischievous and independent.

We would only recommend this puppy for someone who wants excitement in a smaller and shorter breed. The Horgski will keep you busy.

With consistent and proper training the Horgski can make a gorgeous and charming mix.

45. Corswiss (Great Swiss Mountain Dog and Corgi Mix)

Corswiss dogs are also known as The Great Swiss Mountain Corgi.

They are a very unique mix of Corgi and Great Swiss Mountain Dog.

This breed is friendly and loving towards family members but not much else is known.

They can range in size from 25 to 70 pounds and height from 13 to 20 inches. Their coat can either be a single or double coat.

The Corswiss tends to suffer from stubborn streaks so any owner will need lots of patience.

46. Alasgi (Alaskan Malamute and Corgi Mix)

Corgi x Alaskan Malamute

The Alasgi is bred from an Alaskan Malamute and Corgi. He is one of the rarest corgi mixes.

He is best described as a short but extremely fluffy wolf as he inherits a dense double coat from his Alaskan Malamute mother.

This mix takes after their Alaskan Malamute parent and is very alert.

Alasgis are the perfect breed for someone who wants a miniaturized and relaxed Alaskan Malamute.

47. Corgi x West Highland White Terrier

Corgi x West Highland White Terrier

The Corgi x West Highland White Terrier is another hybrid bred from the ever-so-loving Corgi.

Corgi Westies are easy-going, loveable and playful – a perfect set of characteristics for a companion dog.

This mix has a medium length coat and short legs.

They stand at just 9 to 12 inches and weigh approximately 20 pounds.

48. Corgipin (Miniature Pinscher and Corgi Mix)

The Corpin is a fabulous dog that is half Corgi and half Miniature Pinscher.

Corpins normally look like a dark-haired Corgi with black and tan markings. They stand at 10 to 13 inches and weigh 10 to 35 pounds.

They are often described as being active and independent.

This breed enjoys playtime but adores alone time.

We do not recommend this breed for someone who wants a lapdog or companion.

49. Corgi Schip (Schipperke and Corgi Mix)

A Corgi mixed with a Schipperke give us the Corgi Schip.

Corgi Schips are another small Corgi mix and they only reach 10 to 13 inches in size.

Despite their size they are a high energy dog. Corgi Schips requires lots of playtime and exercise to ensure both their mental and physical needs are met.

This mix is often black in color (like their Schipperke parent) and has short legs (passed down from their Corgi parent).

Corgi Schips are a beautiful breed for an active couple or individual.

50. Hairless Corgi (American Hairless Terrier and Corgi Mix)

Contrary to popular belief the Hairless Corgi is not a shaved Corgi.

Hairless Corgis are a dog that is bred for its hairless appearance. It is a hybrid of a Pembroke Welsh Corgi and American Hairless Terrier.

This hybrid is a great choice for Corgi lovers with allergies.

Although the Hairless Corgi is hairless they require regular skincare (e.g. sunscreen the summer and warm jackets in winter).

Hairless Corgis are alert when necessary and friendly towards their family.

51. Red Cattle Corgi (Red Heeler and Corgi Mix)

Red Cattle Corgi Dogs are a Red Heeler and Corgi hybrid.

Both Corgis and Red Heelers are livestock herders so the Red Cattle Corgi has strong herding instincts. Their prey drive and herding instincts will need to be handled with early socialization and training.

Red Cattle Corgis look very similar to a Classic Corgi. Only some mixes have coat markings similar to a Red Heeler.

They are active, energetic and playful.

52. Corgi x Shar-Pei

Corgi x Shar-Pei

The Corgi and Chinese Shar-Pei when bred together make a very rare Corgi mix.

Corgi x Shar-Pei mixes are one-of-a-kind puppies.

They often inherit a Corgi’s stumpy legs and their Shar-Pei parent’s wrinkles. These skin-folds historically acted as a barrier to protect the dog during fights.

Surprisingly this mix is very relaxed, but can be stubborn at times.

53. Saint Corgnard (Saint Bernard and Pembroke Welsh Corgi Mix)

Many people remember the Saint Bernard from Beethoven.

But we doubt you have ever seen a Saint Corgnard.

This hybrid is rare.

Saint Corgnards are a Corgi mix bred from a Saint Bernard.

This interesting mix is calm and happy – much like their Saint Bernard parent. They are wonderful with children.

Saint Corgnards vary in size due to difference in size between Corgis and Saint Bernards.

They often take on the coat and features of a Saint Bernard and the height of a Corgi.

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John Woods is the Founder of All Things Dogs and leads our editorial team as our Editor in Chief. A member of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers, he has been a dog lover since he was 13 years old. John is parent to Nala, a working lab retriever. John has also volunteered at multiple animal shelters, where he gained firsthand experience of rehabilitation and force-free positive reinforcement training methods.
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