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Corgi Cross Breeds Are Cute (25 Pictures)



The other day we showed you an adorable picture of a Corgi/Husky mixed dog (1st picture below), and we got thinking, what other aww-inducing Corgi mixed breeds are there?

Well we found out that it doesn’t really matter what dog you breed with a corgi, the result is a cute overdose!

1. Corgi/Husky

2. Corgi/Australian Cattle Dog

3. Corgi/Australian Shepherd


4. Corgi/Basset Hound

5. Corgi/Beagle

6. Corgi/Black Lab

7. Corgi/Border Collie

8. Corgi/Chihuahua

9. Corgi/Chow

10. Corgi/Cockapoo

11. Corgi/Dachshund

12. Corgi/Dalmation

13. Corgi/English Bulldog

14. Corgi/German Sheppard

15. Corgi/Golden Retriever

16. Corgi/Jack Russell

17. Corgi/Long Haired Dachshund

18. Corgi/Papillon

19. Corgi/Pomeranian

20. Corgi/Pug

21. Corgi/Sheltie

22. Corgi/Shiba Inu

23. Corgi/Toy Poodle

24. Corgi/Westie

25. Corgi/Yorkie

  • deborah lee

    “trying to keep EVERY SINGLE DOG OR CAT from mating is almost inhumane in itself.”

    It’s actually not inhumane to prevent breeding when it will most likely result in the death of the offspring during the first year of its life – when most dogs get left in shelters.
    Also, neutering males and females reduces ovarian, mammary and testicular cancers.
    Preventing behavior problems with animals driven by hormones, also reduces the likelihood they’ll end on “death row” in a kill shelter, in a fight with another dog, or hit by a car due to wandering.

  • deborah lee

    I’m definitely with you on this. Bleeding disorders, heart problems, issues with bloat due to exaggerated deep chest, pushed-in faces, dogs that aren’t able to give birth due to large head size, giant breeds that expire early, long-backed dogs …. all seem like pretty cruel and crazy things to saddle an animal – that we supposedly love – with.
    Personally, I prefer dogs with regular bodies (full leg length), their own tail, upright ears, and full muzzles. Most of the dogs I see with what I consider genetic deformities, I imagine what regular-sized dog they would be crossed with to correct these mutations!

  • deborah lee

    I do very much like the personality and many of the characteristics of the corgi breed. There’s nothing wrong with accepting a dog as it is. There is something wrong when we breed dogs whose mutations create a greater incidence of health or behavioral issues.

  • Rashelle Ruby Lovell

    #4. Corgi/Basset Hound Looks like a pure bred Piebald Dachshund to me!..lol

  • Dog lover

    I couldn’t even read the entirety of your post due to your inane argument. What I will say, however, is that the reason mutts tend to be healthier, and thus more desirable, is due to the fact that they aren’t inbred like pure bred dogs.
    Pure breds are inbred to keep the desirable traits going, but in breeding is dangerous for obvious reasons. That’s why it’s taboo for humans. You don’t get genetic diversity if you aren’t mixing up the gene pool!!
    Also, with labradoodles and general poodle mixes, how can you not see why people want them?? They’re hypoallergenic, which is the main reason, and easy to maintain. People want cute dogs, and they might not find a poodle aesthetically pleasing. But, if they want all the perks of having a poodle and the cuteness of another dog, it makes perfect sense to just mix them!
    And thus, your argument is invalid.

  • easyez19

    soooooooooooo cute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Nojuan Especial

    No.

  • angel

    my puppie is all black and is a corgie and beagle mix

  • lelli

    the corgi x german shepherd id the cutest ever x

  • Didi Magnin

    Wow, the corgis maleS certainly got around

  • Abby

    As someone who trains guide dogs and other service dogs, I can definitely say that’s not true. Labradoodles are still being used.

  • SG123

    Pretty sure #4 is a Dachshund/Beagle mix…

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  • Larry Oates

    I have a 6 month old corgie/husky mix that we rescued from the pound. He is an amazing dog. Not to bog and not too small. Lovable personality, but will make his presence known if a stranger makes a sudden movement toward his pack. This guy has me wrapped around his furry little heart. If you get the chance to own such a unique and special dog do so. Your life will be better for it.

  • Lincoln Paradox

    These are puppies all from the same sire.

  • Cormac McMullan

    I have a 7 yo Corgi/terrier, the most beautiful well behaved gentle dog.
    Over the past few months she is developing what seems to be sore joints ???, she limps when she rises from a rest or after a long walk. however she seems to walk it off. I fear there may be some arthritic pain in her hips. she has been to the vet 4 times in the past 4 months with scooting and itching and some rash under her belly. After 2 courses of Cortisone and one course of antibiotics, she is now on a course of antihistamine. Can anyone offer some advice. Cormac

  • Roz

    If PETA really did care about animals well being they would run no kill shelters instead of killing 99% of the pets that enter their shelters…

  • Roz

    But genetically speaking the puppies will have a chance to inherent all of the flaws and none of the benefits of being a mutt, it’s not as likely as being averagely healthy but it’s just as likely as they will only get the best of both worlds…

  • sushicat

    Oh man so many of these are so CUTE! Golden Retriever/Corgi has to be my favorite!

  • Anne S.

    Mine’s a Corgi-Samoyed…odd, but cute.

  • Anne S.

    (Don’t know why the pic uploaded sideways!)

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  • bob

    I think that the corgi/pug is the cutest

  • Matt Tucker

    The Corgi/Aussie is most definitely a mix and not Cardigan; she’s from a breeder in Oklahoma. Mom was a purebred Corgi and dad was a purebred mini Aussie (blue merle). She’s laying next to me on the couch as I type this, so I’m pretty sure I know what I’m talking about. :)

  • Katmandu

    How did you find so many other breeds to cross with a single sire? Are you a puppy mill? I have had many dogs in my life and all were rescues. They were mutts or crosses not this ” designer” dog crap. I presently have a corgi aussie mix or so I’m told. I got this wonderful girl after several other homes. She is about the best dog I ever had. I agree with the person who said there should be no breeding until we have good homes for all the great dogs already out there. I always get my animals fixed but always have multiple pets because others don’t. If you are a responsible pet owner and you really love animals do the right thing and get them spayed and neutered.

  • Adono

    I want the corgi/australian shepherd so bad

  • Pie

    The what are we to do with all the purebred dogs? Leave them to rot with the breeders?

  • Jenna Martinez

    I have the cutest little corgi/Saint Bernard!!