The Corman Shepherd is a mix between Corgi and a German Shepherd (Alsatian). It is a crossbreed and not much is known about its history.
|Facts About Corman Shepherd|
|Breed Group||Companion and watchdog|
|Country of Origin||U.S.A.|
|Other Names||German/ Corgi Shepherd Hybrid, German Shepherd-Corgi Mix, corgi german shepherd|
|Size & Height||Medium, 11-16 inches|
|Competitive Registration/ Qualification Information||N.A.|
|Shedding||Average to high|
|Colour||Brown, golden, white and black|
|Life Expectancy||12-15 years|
|Coat||Short to average, dense|
Temperament & Personality
This is a smart and clever dog, a property it inherits from its parents. Corman Shepherds are dedicated, loyal, and would do anything to please their owners. If left alone for prolonged periods, it can grow destructive behavior. Although these puppies are good with kids and other dogs, they also act well as guard dogs.
Corman Shepherds are highly energetic and needs daily activities to remain fit. Some play sessions and a couple of walks a day are necessary. Access to a fenced yard or a dog park will be helpful.
Their dense coat requires regular brushing to get rid of dead hairs. Bathe the dog only when it smells strong and gets dirty. Long nails are painful for them so clip them using the right tools or professional groomer. Wipe its ears weekly to prevent infection.
Corman Shepherds are a relatively healthy breed. Inherited problems can include joint dysplasia, bloat, allergies, obesity and back problems.
Thanks to its intelligent nature, training the Corman Shepherd is reasonably easy. Often they can show signs of stubbornness, which is why the owner should behave as a leader. Early obedience and socialization training are necessary to keep a check on their herding property.
¾-1½ cups of high-quality dry dog food should be fed to the dog every day. It should contain the vital nutrients to meets its energy requirements.