17 Corgi Mix Breeds

Corgi Mixes

The corgi is a small herding dog originating from Wales in the United Kingdom. There are two types of corgis: Pembroke Welsh corgis and Cardigan Welsh corgis.

Corgis have short, stocky bodies, stumpy tails, and pointed ears. The dogs are ideal family pets and working dogs because the breed is loyal, loving, intelligent, and eager to please.

Some dog breeds that are commonly mixed with the corgi include German shepherds, huskies, Labradors, Shetland sheepdogs, and poodles.

Corman Shepherd (Corgi German Shepherd Mix)

Corman Shepherd

The corgi German shepherd mix, also known as the corman shepherd, is a small-to-medium breed mix that grows to between 12 and 15 inches tall and weighs between 20 and 70 pounds.

Corman shepherds have thick double coats in several colors, including tan, black, white, and brown. Most of these dogs have large, tufted, upright ears and a long muzzle that resembles that of the German shepherd. Some corman shepherds are short and stocky like the corgi.

This mix inherits the German shepherd’s intelligence, loyalty, and stubbornness, and the corgi’s playful, friendly nature.

Horgi (Corgi Husky Mix)

The corgi husky mix, also known as the horgi or siborgi, is classed as a small-to-medium dog. This mix weighs between 20 and 50 pounds and grows between 12 and 15 inches tall at the withers.

Horgis inherit the husky’s mixed white and gray double coats with black accents, long curly tails, and almond-shaped eyes. They have short legs like their corgi parents’. Some horgis have cream, red, orange, or brown markings.

The corgi husky mix is friendly and playful, like the corgi, and is intelligent and energetic like the husky.

Corgidor (Corgi Labrador Retriever Mix)


The corgi Labrador retriever mix, also known as the corgidor, is a medium-sized dog that weighs between 40 and 55 pounds and measures between 12 and 23 inches in height when fully grown.

Corgidors are often described as Labradors with corgi legs because this mix’s face and floppy ears are similar to the Labrador’s, and its stocky body and short legs resemble the corgi’s. The mix’s main colors are black, brown, tan, and red.

The corgi Labrador retriever mix inherits the corgi’s protective, alert nature and the Labrador’s loveable, friendly personality.

Corgimatian (Corgi Dalmatian Mix)

The corgi Dalmatian mix, also known as the corgimatian, is a small-to-medium dog that weighs between 20 and 50 pounds and grows to a height of 10 to 12 inches at the withers.

Corgimatians have short fine fur, usually in a single-layer coat like the Dalmatian’s. The corgimatian’s coat is white and speckled with black, and its ears and nose are usually solid black. The mixed breed is small and stocky like the corgi.

This mix inherits the corgi’s bold, loyal personality and the Dalmatian’s energetic, intelligent characteristics.

Chowgi (Corgi Chow Chow Mix)

The corgi chow chow mix, also known as the chowgi or the chorgi, is a small dog that weighs from 20 to 60 pounds and grows to a height of 10 to 12 inches.

Chowgis have medium or long fur, depending on which parent dog they more closely resemble. This breed mix has round, erect ears, a curled tail, and short snout like the chow chow’s, and its short legs and stocky stature resemble those of the corgi. Common coat colors for a chowgi are tan, red, sable, and white.

This mix inherits the proud, independent spirit of the chow chow and the confident, friendly nature of the corgi.

Auggie (Corgi Australian Shepherd Mix)

The corgi Australian shepherd mix, also known as the auggie, is a small-to-medium breed mix that grows to between 10 and 12 inches tall and weighs 20 to 30 pounds.

Most auggies have stumpy legs and a broad body like the corgi’s, and the unique coloring and medium-length double coat like the Australian shepherd’s. Some auggies have a long snout and large, erect ears like the corgi, while others have pointed, tufted ears and a slim face like the Australian shepherd’s. Blue merle, white, tan, and red merle are common coat colors for this mix.

The corgi Australian shepherd mix is active, eager, energetic, and curious — personality traits that are inherited from both parent dogs.

Chigi (Corgi Chihuahua Mix)


The corgi Chihuahua mix, also known as the chigi, is a small dog that weighs 10 to 20 pounds and grows to between 7 and 12 inches tall.

The chigi’s coat is typically a mix of both parents’ colors: black, white, fawn, or cream. Like the Chihuahua’s coat, the chigi’s coat may be short or medium-length. Chigis usually have a slender muzzle, oversized ears, and a long tail. The mix’s face shape varies depending on the type of Chihuahua parent it takes after (apple head and deer head Chihuahuas are the most common).

Corgi Chihuahua mixes inherit the corgi’s affectionate, lively natures and the Chihuahua’s alert, loyal behaviors.

Beagi (Corgi Beagle Mix)


The corgi Beagle mix, also known as the beagi, is a medium-sized dog that stands 10 to 16 inches tall and weighs 10 to 20 pounds.

The beagi’s head is shaped like the beagle’s and its torso and legs resemble those of a corgi. The beagi’s smooth, dense double coat displays the common beagle colors: black, tan, and white. Usually, the beagi’s tail is curly and erect, like a corgi’s, and its ears are long and floppy, like the beagle’s.

The corgi beagle mix’s temperament is a combination of both its parent’s temperaments: the beagle’s loyal, nurturing behavior and the corgi’s protective, wary nature.

Corgi Inu (Corgi Shiba Inu Mix)

Corgi Inu

The corgi Shiba Inu mix, also known as the corgi inu, is a small-to-medium breed mix that, when fully-grown, weighs 17 to 27 pounds and measures between 9 and 15 inches tall.

Corgi inus have fox-like faces, curled, fluffy tails, and pointed triangular ears resembling those of their Shiba Inu parents. Corgi inus are short and stocky, like their corgi parents. The most common coat colors for this mix are red, white, and sable. This breed mix inherits its parents’ thick double coats and is a heavy shedder. To ensure their well-being, it’s important to provide the Corgi Shiba Inu mix with a well-balanced diet that meets their nutritional needs, considering their size, activity level, and potential food sensitivities.

The corgi Shiba Inu mix’s temperament combines the outgoing, playful nature of the corgi with the reserved, protective nature of the Shiba Inu.

Pembroke Sheltie (Corgi Shetland Sheepdog Mix)

Pembroke Sheltie

The corgi Shetland sheepdog mix, also known as the Pembroke sheltie, is a small dog that reaches a height of 12 to 15 inches at the withers and weighs 14 to 30 pounds when fully grown.

Pembroke shelties look like small stocky versions of Shetland sheepdogs, and have broad, flat muzzles and short, stumpy legs like the Pembroke Welsh corgi. The Pembroke sheltie breed has a smooth, medium-long, double coat in brown, sable, red, or white, with a long, bushy tail and almond-shaped eyes.

The corgi Shetland sheepdog mix is loving, protective, lively, and courageous — traits inherited from both parent dogs.

Corgipoo (Corgi Poodle Mix)

The corgi poodle mix, also known as the corgipoo or corgidoodle, is a small-to-medium-sized hybrid that grows to between 10 and 15 inches tall and weighs 10 to 30 pounds when fully mature.

Corgipoos have round heads, large dark eyes, and medium-length muzzles resembling those of their poodle parents. These mixes have short, sturdy bodies, inherited from their corgi parents, and their shaggy, soft coats are inherited from their poodle parents. Common corgipoo coat colors are white, gray, cream, brown, and black. The dog’s coat is usually dense, medium-length, and wavy.

The corgi poodle mix inherits the corgi’s affectionate and loyal personality and the poodle’s intelligence and attention-seeking behaviors.

Pembroke Cocker Corgi (Corgi Cocker Spaniel Mix)

The corgi cocker spaniel mix, also known as the Pembroke cocker corgi, is a small breed mix that weighs 20 to 25 pounds and grows to a height of between 12 and 13 inches at the withers.

Pembroke cocker corgis have medium-length, medium-density coats in black, brown, fawn, brindle, white, sable, or cream, and they usually have short legs and a long torso inherited from the Pembroke Welsh corgi. Some dogs of this breed have the corgi’s large, erect, triangular ears, while some have the cocker spaniel’s furry, floppy ears.

The corgi cocker spaniel mix inherits the corgi’s friendly, faithful nature and the cocker spaniel’s affectionate, gentle personality.

Dorgi (Corgi Dachshund Mix)


The corgi dachshund mix, also known as the dorgi, is one of the smallest corgi hybrids, growing to between 9 and 12 inches tall and weighing 15 to 28 pounds.

Dorgis typically look like chunkier versions of dachshunds and have corgi-like faces. The dogs have large, erect, pointed ears that look slightly too big for their heads, and pointed muzzles like the dachshund. The dorgi has a dense, medium-length, slightly wiry coat in dachshund colors, including black, brown, red, and chocolate.

The corgi dachshund mix is cute, intelligent, and playful, like both of its parent breeds, but it often inherits the dachshund’s stubbornness.

Cojack (Corgi Jack Russell Mix)


The corgi Jack Russell mix, also known as the cojack, is a medium-sized breed mix that weighs 18 to 28 pounds and grows to between 10 and 13 inches tall.

Cojacks have short stout legs, long bodies, and tall, erect ears similar to those of their corgi parents. The cojack’s fur is similar to the Jack Russell terrier: it’s short and smooth, lies close to the body, and is slightly rough in texture. The cojack’s markings are either patched black, white, and brown like the Jack Russell, or saddle-style with a white blaze on the forehead like the corgi.

The corgi Jack Russell mix inherits the Pembroke Welsh corgi’s friendly, intelligent nature and the Jack Russell terrier’s energetic, confident nature and hunting instincts.

Corgi Pit (Corgi Pit Bull Terrier Mix)

The corgi pit bull terrier mix, also known as the corgi pit, is a medium-to-large dog that weighs between 30 and 50 pounds and reaches a height of 17 to 19 inches when fully grown.

Corgi pits have a stocky, athletic build like the American pit bull terrier, and their long muzzle resembles that of the corgi. Corgi pits have floppy ears inherited from the pit bull, powerful paws, and a short, dense, water-repellent coat. Common corgi pit coat colors are combinations of black, brown, red, and white.

The corgi pit bull terrier mix is playful and eager, like the corgi, and protective and strong-willed, like the American pit bull terrier. The corgi pit can have a strong prey drive, which it inherits from its pit bull parent.

Corgi Schip (Corgi Schipperke Mix)

The corgi schipperke mix, also known as the corgi schip, is a small-to-medium hybrid that weighs between 15 and 28 pounds and grows to a height of 10 to 12 inches.

Corgi schips look like short stocky versions of schipperkes, with short legs and a long, broad body that’s low to the ground. The dogs have medium-length rough fur with long hair around the ears, legs, and ruff, like the schipperke, and triangular, erect ears like those of the corgi. Most corgi schips are solid black in color, and some may have a white patch on the chest or forehead.

The corgi schipperke mix inherits the corgi’s intelligence and affectionate temperament, and the schipperke’s faithful, sensitive, loyal nature.

Corgi Bichon (Corgi Bichon Frisé Mix)

The corgi bichon frisé mix, also known as the corgi bichon, is a small dog that measures 9 to 12 inches tall and weighs 10 to 30 pounds.

Corgi bichons have small bodies, white or apricot coats inherited from their bichon frisé parents, and long muzzles that resemble those of their corgi parents. The dogs usually have erect, triangular ears, inherited from the corgi, and a dense, medium-length wavy, or curly coat, like the bichon frisé.

The corgi bichon frisé mix has a friendly, loving personality, like both of its parent breeds. The breed mix inherits a cheerful temperament from the bichon frisé, but it’s prone to separation anxiety and may exhibit unwanted behavior if left alone for long periods.

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John Woods is the founder of All Things Dogs, member of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers, graduate in Animal Behavior & Welfare and recognized author by the Dog Writers Association of America.

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