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The Corgipoo is a hybrid of the Cardigan Welsh Corgi and the Poodle. Because it is a mix of two purebreds, the origin of this dog is unknown.

Corgi and Poodle Mix
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Facts About Corgipoo

Breed Group Designer, herding, companion, watchdog
Breed Type Crossbreed
Country of Origin N.A.
Other Names Corgi Poodle Mix, Corgi-Poo, Corgidoodle
Size & Height 10-12 inches
Weight 12-40 pounds
Competitive Registration/ Qualification Information DRA
Shedding Minimal
Hypoallergenic Yes, if the coat is of the Poodle
Litter Size N.A.
Colour Brown, black, tan, sable, red, white, merle, chocolate, and speckled
Life Expectancy 12-14 years
Coat Double, coat, wiry outer and soft inner
Price $350-$850


  1. Cardigan Welsh Corgi: Standard Poodle mix
  2. Pembroke Welsh Corgi: Toy Poodle mix
  3. Pembroke Welsh Corgi: Standard Poodle mix
  4. Cardigan Welsh Corgi: Toy Poodle mix

Temperament & Personality

Corgi mix puppies are friendly and enjoy human company making them a good companion dog. It mingles well with people of all ages and creates a special bond with the family. The dog sometimes acts mischievously and it continuously tricks people. They are wary of their surroundings and behave cautiously around strangers.



They are highly energetic, so daily activities are essential for their well-being. Access to a fenced yard will be helpful where the dog can run freely.


Since the Corgipoo does not shed a lot, brush its coat 2-3 times a day to prevent matting. Bath only when the dog gets dirty using a dog shampoo.

Health Problems

Although there are no known adverse health complications regarding the Corgipoo, consult a vet for a routine checkup.



Teach the dog basic obedience and socialization skills. Praise it, offer treats and use other forms of positive methods. If there are any issues, opt for behavior classes.


To stay healthy, a Corgipoo should eat half to one cup of dry kibbles on a regular basis. The amount of the food will vary depending on the size, age, and metabolism of the dog.


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