About Breed

Corgi-Poo


Available Pets

Weight: 12–40 pounds

Height: 10–12 inches

Group

Companion

Description

The Corgi-Poo, also known as a Corgidoodle, is a cross between the Corgi and Poodle breeds. Like their Corgi parents, the Corgi-Poo stands on short, stout legs, and has an elongated body. Other features include a round face, erect or floppy ears, and round dark eyes. Their long, soft coat can come in a wide range of colors such as black, white, tan, brown, chocolate, merle, red, sable, speckled, and spotted.

Personality

The Corgi-Poo is friendly and enjoys human company; mingling well with all types of people irrespective of age. They also have a high level of energy and are intelligent, and are therefore also alert and attentive to what is going on around them.

Grooming Requirements

Despite having a long, soft coat the Corgi-Poo doesn’t shed too much. Brushing its coat about two to three times a week should be sufficient to retain the sheen of its hair and avoid matting.

Exercise/Energy Level

Despite its short stature, the Corgi-Poo is a high energy and intelligent breed. So it will need an adequate amount of daily exercise and mental stimulation; such as daily walks, an enclosed yard to play in, mentally stimulating puzzles or toys, etc.

Clubs, Registries & Associations

  • Dog Registry of America, Inc.

(Based on breed recognition. See store for details on this particular puppy.)