Corgis are impossibly cute. There is just something about their fluffy little bodies and perky ears that makes them so lovable. Even the former Queen of England agreed to have owned 30 Corgis, and Corgi mixes in her lifetime.
The only thing possibly cuter than a Corgi is one mixed with another adorable pooch. And that is exactly what we have in store for you in the sections below.
A Corgi mix is technically a cross of between a Corgi and another dog breed, so its possibilities are endless. However, there is no denying the fact that some are cuter than others. Here are 52 of the most popular mixed breeds that include Pembroke or Cardigan Corgis. We will look at what makes each mix special and what you can expect for our top 3 mixes: the Dorgi, Horgi, and Corgi Inu.
52. Cane Corso Corgi Mix
This is one of the rarest Corgi mixed breed dogs. The Cane Corso is a large dog from the Mastiff family. When mixed bred with Pembroke Corgi dogs, the Cane is chosen to carry the puppies due to the large size difference.
More often than not, the puppies come out either small or medium-sized with the Corgi’s long torso and short legs and the Cane Corso’s head and droopy ears.
The Cane Corso Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
51. Vizsla Corgi Mix
The Vizsla is a strong and lean sporting dog that is physically the exact opposite of Corgis. They are known for their extremely long legs, proportional build and long, droopy ears. As a result, it is very difficult to predict the aesthetics of their mix with Pembroke Corgis.
The one thing you can definitely count on is the fact that they will have significantly shorter legs than the Vizsla’s. However, this does not stop them from being very athletic.
The Vizsla Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
50. Yorkie Corgi Mix (Corkie)
Yorkies and Corgis are among the most popular dog breeds in 2019 according to the American Kennel Club. It therefore comes as no surprise that the Corkie is such a hit in the designer dog world.
They are known for their small build and cute, furry faces that tend to resemble those of Yorkies. When it comes to form, they are similar to Corgis in their long torso silhouette but tend to have more proportion when compared to their limbs.
The Yorkie Corgi mix is hypoallergenic.
49. Keeshond Corgi Mix
If you are into the whole wolf-like dog aesthetic, then this is one Corgi mix that you may fall in love with. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is mixed with a Keeshond to produce a medium-sized, fluffy, ball of energy.
When it comes to the appearance, they mainly resemble the Keeshond in terms of coat traits, facial characteristics. On the other hand, they may have the short, stubby legs and long torso of the Corgi.
The Keeshond Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
48. Whippet Corgi Mix
This is yet another unlikely combination considering how different the two breeds are in terms of form. The Whippet has longer and more slender legs than the short and stubby ones on a Pembroke Corgi. In most cases, the mixed doggy takes after the Corgi’s legs. However, you will notice a difference in terms of proportion when compared to the Corgi parent.
Whippet Corgi mixes are also known for their slender form and usually take after the Corgi’s perky ears.
The Whippet Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic but sheds minimally.
47. Great Pyrenees Corgi Mix
What stands out the most about this mixed breed doggy is its strong will and very confident personality. It is definitely a dog that you shouldn’t get if you are not ready to assert yourself as alpha in the home as they are very problematic.
Other than that, you are definitely in for a treat with the adorable mixed puppies taking after Corgi’s cute little body and the Pyrenees’ fluffy coat and endearing facial features.
The Great Pyrenees Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
46. Akita Corgi Mix
This is a teddy bear of a dog if you ever did see one. They are easily the cutest Corgi mixes mainly due to their facial features and fluffy coats. Unfortunately, you will have to deal with a few temperament issues. This is because the dogs tend to be very aloof, loud, and stubborn. They are also very mistrusting of strangers and therefore require very early socialization. If you are willing to do the work, they are definitely worth it.
Akita Corgi mixes are not hypoallergenic.
45. Coon Hound Corgi Mix
The Coon Hound Corgi mix is another option that although endearing is not for the faint of heart. Corgis are known for their confident personalities and often problematic herding instincts. Coon Hounds, on the other hand, are scent hounds and have a tendency to get stubborn when they are fixated on something.
In order to live comfortably with the dog, you will have to start obedience training when they are very young as they only get harder to train with time.
Coon Hound Corgi mixes are not hypoallergenic.
44. Cocker Spaniel Corgi Mix
Cocker Spaniel Corgi mixed doggies combine the best of both worlds when it comes to aesthetics. They have the sausage dog silhouette that makes Corgis so popular and the long, majestic coat type from the Spaniel side of the family.
When it comes to personality, this mix also stands out as one of the friendliest and most playful of the Corgi mixed breeds. It is, therefore, a fantastic dog breed for families.
The Cocker Spaniel Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
43. Scottish Terrier Corgi Mix
For the most part, Corgis and Scottish Terriers have a lot in common when it comes to aesthetics. They have similar short limbs and long torsos. However, the Terrier has a noticeably more rounded snout and longer fur.
The mix between these two maintains the long torso and short limb build from both parents. When it comes to facial features, they often have their Terrier parent’s snout and the medium, perky ears from the Corgi.
The Scottish Terrier Corgi mix is hypoallergenic.
42. Catahoula Leopard Dog Corgi Mix
The Catahoula Leopard Dog is another very unique dog breed that makes for very beautiful Corgi mixes. The Catahoula is a large, lean doggy that is known for its spot markings and bright-colored eyes.
When mixed with the Pembroke Corgi, the resulting puppies often take after these unique coats and eye color markings for a very unique-looking doggy. Other features like the face shape and the ears are harder to predict, with the puppies taking after either parent.
The Catahoula Leopard Dog Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
41. Samoyed Corgi Mix
This is a fantastic option for dog lovers who favor the Spitz dog type. The resulting mix, more often than not, has the fluffy coat of the Samoyed parent. They are also often white in color for more of that Spitz dog aesthetic.
In addition to the adorable aesthetics, the Samoyed Corgi mix has a lovable personality. They are known for being very affectionate, curious, and playful. With proper socialization, they make for fantastic family pets.
The Samoyed Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
40. Schipperke Corgi Mix
Schipperke dogs are famous for their beautiful black coats and short perky ears. These features are commonly passed on to their puppies when mixed with Pembroke Corgis. The Corgi also contributes in terms of physical appearance with features like short, stubby legs.
While these black beauties are undeniably endearing, they are problematic to raise as family pets. They tend to be very assertive and confident and are prone to aggression when frustrated.
The Schipperke Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
39. Basset Hound Corgi Mix
With their short, stubby legs and their long torsos, the Basset Hound and Corgi are pretty much the same dog if you don’t consider the head and the tail. However, it is in the head where all the difference lies. While Corgis have triangular faces and perky ears, the Bassets have long, oval face shapes with long droopy ears.
It is really up in the air what you will get with these two in terms of facial features, but cuteness is guaranteed.
The Basset Hound Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
38. Alaskan Malamute Corgi Mix
This is an extremely energetic mixed doggy that is bound to keep you on your toes. They are popular for their incredibly friendly personalities and tend to get along with pretty much anyone they feel that they can trust.
Their physical characteristics are a true blend of both parents. They tend to have the wolf-like traits of the Alaskan Malamute and the short stature of the Corgi.
The Alaskan Malamute Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
37. Red Heeler Corgi Mix
Also known as the Australian Cattle Dog, the Red Heeler shares a herding past with the Pembroke Welsh Corgi. As a result, the mixed puppies will often display herding behavior, including biting and consistent barking.
Fortunately, this is something you can easily get rid of with training. After that, you will get to enjoy your life with an obedient, loyal, and affectionate pooch.
The Red Heeler, Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
36. Cairn Terrier Corgi Mix
The Cairn Terrier Corgi mix makes for a tenacious little doggy that loves to be active. This is definitely not a dog you get if you are planning on keeping them cooped up indoors all day, every day because it will frustrate them and cause them to misbehave.
When it comes to aesthetics, the Cairn Terrier Corgi mix may have the face shape and coat type of the terrier and the ears and body of the Corgi parent.
The Cairn Terrier Corgi mix is hypoallergenic.
35. Shetland Sheepdog Corgi Mix
This is yet another Corgi pairing that includes a dog with a herding past which means you have to take a lot of care with training to get rid of problematic herding behavior. Other than that, the Shetland Sheepdog and Corgi mix is one that has a lot to offer families as a pet.
The cute little doggy will have the Corgi’s build and the Shetland’s thick and long coat, which make for fantastic aesthetics.
The Shetland Sheepdog Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
34. Bulldog Corgi Mix
This is one of the few mixed breeds involving a Pembroke Corgi where the puppies resemble the other parent more than the Corgi in terms of build. The Bulldog Corgi doggies tend to have very firm and muscular bodies. Though they may be short, there is some notable proportion.
The faces also resemble the bulldog more than the Corgi but they may have the medium and
perky ears that the herding dogs are known for.
The Bulldog Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
33. Shar Pei Corgi Mix
The first thing you will notice when you see a Shar Pei is their deeply wrinkled skin. This may be a bit unusual but it more often than not grows on you. When they are mixed with Pembroke Welsh Corgis, these wrinkles are maintained but only to some extent. They may be present on the face and neck but hardly ever cover the whole body like the Shar Pei parent.
These doggies make for awesome pets as they are very even tempered and obedient and therefore easy to train.
The Shar Pei Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
32. Greyhound Corgi Mix
When it comes to aesthetics, Corgis and Greyhounds are exact opposites. The sporty Greyhound has long legs and a proportionately long and lean torso. They also have disproportionately small heads and flappy ears.
Due to their size, the Greyhound is always chosen to carry the mixed pups, which may come out either medium or large in size. However, they often take after the Corgi’s head and facial structures.
The Greyhound Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
31. Bichon Frise Corgi Mix (Corgi Bichon)
Bichon Frises are easily among the cutest dogs out there. I mean, what’s not to love about their fluffy little cloud-like bodies and beady little eyes? This aesthetic perfectly complements the adorable looks of the Pembroke Welsh Corgi for one of the most aesthetically pleasing designer doggies out there.
Their personalities are just as endearing, and they are known for being very playful and affectionate even with strangers.
The Bichon Frise Corgi mix is hypoallergenic.
30. Lhasa Apso Corgi Mix (Lhasa Corgi)
This is a mix between the Lhasa Apso and Pembroke Welsh corgi. These dogs are both from small breed parents and therefore fall within the small dog category. They have very similar facial features to their Lhasa Apso parents, including shorter snouts, deep set eyes, and droopy ears.
These mixed doggies have very fun loving personalities and are ideal for dog owners who prefer
The Lhasa Corgi mix is hypoallergenic.
29. Pointer Corgi Mix
English Pointer and Corgi mixes love two things more than anything else. The first is exercise. We are not talking about simple catch games in the house. Though they may be smaller than the sporty pointer parent, the mixed doggies love to play outdoors and need about 30 minutes to an hour every day.
The second thing they really love is receiving affection. They may be bigger than their Corgi parents but this does not stop them from displaying lapdog behavior.
The Pointer Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
28. Basenji Corgi Mix (Corsengi)
The Corsenji is a very laid-back dog that is ideal for homeowners who want quiet and even-tempered breeds. They have short, coarse fur that is hypoallergenic, which also makes them fantastic for people with dog allergies.
One thing you will notice and come to appreciate if you get yourself a Basenji Corgi mix is how clean they are. Some even compare them to cats with their obsessive self-grooming habits.
The Basenji Corgi mix is hypoallergenic.
27. Finnish Spitz Corgi Mix (Spitzgi)
Finnish Spitz Corgi mixes tend to have a very distinctive aesthetic. They have triangular faces with medium snouts and medium, perky ears. They also tend to have thick coats with long fur, similar to the Spitz parent.
When it comes to the build, this mixed doggy will most likely have short, stubby legs and a disproportionately long torso like the Corgi parent.
The Finnish Spitz Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
26. Rottweiler Corgi Mix (Rottgi)
Despite their wild individual popularity, Rottweiler Corgi mixes are quite rare. In addition to their rarity, the fact that they are so different in terms of physical appearance makes it very difficult to predict what they will look like.
You could get a small dog with a black and tan coat and perky ears. You could also get a medium-sized doggy with lighter coat colors and droopy ears. Either way, they are always adorable.
The Rottweiler Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
25. Papillon Corgi Mix (Corillon)
The Papillon is one of the most beautiful dog breeds and is known for the butterfly appearance of the fur-fringed ears. More often than not, this unique trait is passed on to the Papillon Corgi mixed puppies even when the ears take the perky shape of the Corgi parent.
The build varies with these beauties, from proportional and muscular to short with a sausage dog silhouette.
The Papillon Corgi dog mix is not hypoallergenic.
24. Jack Russell Terrier Corgi Mix (Cojack)
Jack Russell Terrier and Corgi mixed doggies are quite popular in the designer dog community and are among the few mixed breeds whose aesthetics are relatively predictable. They tend to have the Corgi parent’s face and ears. This includes a triangular face shape, almond eyes, and medium, perky ears with rounded tips.
What sets them apart from regular Corgis is the fact that they tend to have long, straight tails and more proportional bodies.
The Jack Russel Terrier Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
23. Border Collie Corgi Mix (Borgi)
Border Collies are considered the ultimate herding dog. They are smart, alert, and assertive. These are all traits that you will get to see in the Borgi mixed dog. However, you have to watch out for their mischievous side which usually comes out when they are not stimulated mentally or physically.
It is hard to predict what your Border Collie Corgi mix will look like. However, you can expect a small to medium doggie with a combination of the best of both breed’s features.
The Border Collie Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
22. Poodle Corgi Mix (Corgi poo)
This adorable mix is sometimes referred to as a Corgi Poo or a Corgidoodle. These dogs take after both parents in terms of different traits.
When it comes to the stature and build, they are more like the Pembroke Welsh Corgi with short legs, long torsos and, more often than not, a very short tail. Their skull and facial structure, on the other hand, is more like a poodle with a circular shape and short, droopy ears. Finally, they tend to take after the Poodle’s short, curly coat.
The Poodle Corgi mix is hypoallergenic.
21. Dobermann Pinscher Corgi Mix (Dobergi Pinscher)
Dobergi Pinschers are very strong-willed mixed dogs with an alpha dog personality. They require assertiveness when controlling them as pets to stop them from getting aggressive and potentially dangerous to the family.
What is unique about these designer dogs is that they are among the oldest Corgi mixes and were used as guard dogs as far back as the 1800s.
The Doberman Pinscher Corgi mixed dog is not hypoallergenic.
20. St. Bernard Corgi Mix (Saint Corgnard)
St. Bernard dogs are truly noble dogs in their nature, having been bred and trained for the very purpose of rescuing hikers in the European Alps. This awesome trait is one of the many that are passed to the Saint Corgnard that make it such a popular mixed breed.
Due to the size and aesthetic differences between the dainty Corgi and the gentle giant, it is difficult to summarize the appearance of the mixed dog using one set of traits.
The St. Bernard Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
19. Pitbull Corgi Mix
One of the main reasons why breeders mix Pitbulls and Corgis is to mellow the aggressive predisposition of the pit doggies. What you will end up with is a loving, even-tempered doggy with the best features from both sides of the family.
They tend to look more like the Pitbull with stockier frames, short coats and thick, round faces. They are also often taller than the Corgi dogs and may even fall into the medium dog breed category.
The Pitbull Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
18. Beagle Corgi Mix (Beagie)
This is one of the few Corgi mixes whose appearance is predictable with a high degree of accuracy. The silhouette is very much like the Corgi’s with a long torso and disproportionately short legs. The face, skull, and droopy ears, on the other hand, are more like the beagles. Finally, the coat often turns out tricolor in nature but may take more traditional Corgi colors.
The Beagle Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
17. Maltese Corgi Mix (Cortese)
Maltese dogs are popular for their long, smooth fur that could grow to ground level. Unfortunately, though the Cortese’s coat is long, the fur is not nearly as long and majestic. Instead, you will have a thick coat with average length, straight fur.
These mixed doggies take after Corgis when it comes for facial features and have the typical triangular head shape with medium length, perky ears.
The Maltese Corgi mix is hypoallergenic.
16. Boxer Corgi Mix (Corger)
On their own, Corgis are known for being very social and generally fun-loving as long as they feel loved and safe. These traits are taken to the next level when the breed is mixed with Boxer doggies. What results is a bundle of fun that you will have a really great time keeping up with.
Due to the major differences in physical features, it is hard to tell what the mixed pups will look like but they tend to take any combination of both parent’s features.
The Boxer Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
15. Cavalier King Corgi Mix (Cava Corgi)
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is one of the most adorable toy breeds there is. This is mainly due to its facial features with the short snout and small nose as well as the long, droopy ears.
It is a popular option for mixing with Corgis both for the aesthetics as well as for combining the loving and friendly personalities for one of the best family pets you could have.
The Cavalier King Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
14. Chow Chow Corgi Mix (Chorgi)
Unlike many other mixes with Spitz type dogs, the Chow Chow Corgi mix often has thinner coats, albeit with long fur. When it comes to overall aesthetics in terms of build, stature, and facial features, they tend to resemble the Corgi more often than not. However, it is not unlikely to find a Corgi with the small, beady eyes or long, bushy tail of the Chow Chow parent.
13. Shih Tzu Corgi Mix (Shorgi)
The Shih Tzu is very closely related to the Maltese dog breed. As a result, the Shorgi closely resembles the Maltese Corgi mixed dog in terms of the soft and round facial features, short snout, and long fur.
They are generally very calm dogs who get along with everyone including children, strangers, and even other pets. This makes them ideal both for families and first-time dog owners.
The Shih Tzu Corgi mix is hypoallergenic.
12. Miniature Schnauzer Corgi Mix (Schnorgi)
The Miniature Schnauzer has a very unique aesthetic with the narrow forehead and long, wide snout. They also have their signature “beard” which is often passed down to mixes like the Schnorgi when combined with a Pembroke Welsh Corgi.
The rest of the body is more like the Corgi including a very short tail that could either be flaccid like a Corgi’s or perked up like the Schnauzer’s.
The Miniature Schnauzer Corgi mix is hypoallergenic.
11. Pug Corgi Mix (Porgi)
Pugs are considered among the cutest doggies which has a lot to do with their smooshed in faces and wrinkly foreheads. However, this adorable aesthetic comes at a very high cost to their health and overall wellbeing. They are therefore often mixed with long snout breeds to get rid of issues related to brachycephaly in which case Corgis are among the favorite for pairing.
These dogs are among the calmest you will ever encounter and are perfect if you want an emotionally low maintenance companion.
The Pug Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
10. Pomeranian Corgi Mix (Corgipom)
Like the Corgi breed, Pomeranians are known for being small dogs with larger than life personalities. They are friendly, curious, playful, and very affectionate. All these are traits shared with the Corgi and therefore passed on to the Corgipom mixed breed.
When it comes to aesthetics, the dog may either inherit the Spitz type traits with the thick, fluffy coats and small facial features or they may end up resembling the Corgi.
The Pomeranian Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
9. Dalmatian Corgi Mix (Corgi Dalmatian)
This is probably the coolest Corgi mix when it comes to aesthetics. In almost all incidences, the resulting doggy will have the black markings on a white coat on a body and face that is more like the Corgi’s.
In addition to their awesome aesthetic, Dalmatian Corgi mixed dogs are generally very easy to live with. They are independent and intelligent making them fantastic for busy dog parents.
The Dalmatian Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
8. German Shepherd Corgi Mix (Corman Shepherd)
German Shepherds, the very same breed the 46th POTUS has, and Corgis share a history as herding dogs. They are also very prone to aggressive outbursts when they feel threatened or as a result of lack of mental and physical stimulation. Fortunately, with socialization and obedience training, this should not be too big of a deal.
Their physical appearance, on the other hand, can best be described as the body of a Corgi and the face of a German Shepherd, including the dark markings on the snout.
The German Shepherd Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
7. Labrador Retriever Corgi Mix (Corgidor)
Labradors have for a long time held the top spot as the most popular dog breeds according to the American Kennel Club. Corgis recently made it to the top 10. With such a powerful combination, it is not so hard to understand why the Corgidor is such a popular designer dog.
As with many other mixed doggies we have highlighted on our list, the Corgidor has the body of a Corgi and the head of a Labrador Retriever.
The Labrador Retriever Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
6. Golden Retriever Corgi Mix (Golden Corgi)
The Golden Retriever Corgi mix is another that rides on the popularity of both parent breeds. It is very similar in appearance to the Labrador Corgi mix with the short, stocky body and the typical retriever head.
One of the best ways to tell the difference is through the coat. Golden Corgi mixes usually have long and smooth coats in different shades of brown from tan to golden.
The Golden Retriever Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
5. Chihuahua Corgi Mix (Chigi)
Chihuahuas are the smallest dog breed out there. As a result, this is one of the few mixes we will highlight where the Corgi female actually carries the puppies. The dogs fall between the Chihuahua and Corgi parent in terms of size. As a result, the disproportions between the long torso and short legs is more pronounced.
More often than not, they have the chiwie’s apple-shaped head and large eyes and the Corgi’s medium, perky ears.
The Chihuahua Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
4. Australian Shepherd Corgi Mix (Augie)
This is one of the few Corgi mixes that can actually rival the Corgi Dalmatian in terms of uniqueness of aesthetics. The resulting Augie usually features coat colors present in the Australian Shepherd including Merle markings responsible for features like the blue eyes.
As far as the temperament is concerned, these dogs are very energetic and require a lot of time outdoors to prevent frustration and associated bad behavior.
The Australian Shepherd Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
3. Shiba Inu Corgi Mix (Corgi Inu)
The Shiba Inu is the closest in facial feature likeness to the Corgi on our entire list of mixes. They have similar triangular shaped faces and perky ears. The only difference is in the shape and angle of the eyes which is what differentiates many Corgi Inu mixed doggies.
They are often shorter than the Shiba Inu but taller than the Corgi with long torsos and a short tail.
Their temperament can best be described as fun-loving, confident, and loyal to a fault.
The Shiba Inu Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
2. Siberian Husky Corgi Mix (Horgi)
It really does not get cuter than a Horgi if you like the wolf type of dog aesthetic. They take after both parents almost equally when it comes to physical appearance. The Horgi may have a long torso and short limbs but with more proportion. They almost always take after the black and white coat type of the Siberian Husky.
They are also very calm and social making them awesome family dogs.
The Siberian Husky Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
1. Dachshund Corgi Mix (Dorgi)
Queen Elizabeth II has for a long time been a huge fan of Corgis having owned about 30 of them. Of these, a few are Dachshund Corgi mixes.
The individual breeds are very similar in stature and build which is passed on to the Dorgi. However, the resulting mix tends to be stockier than the lean Dachshund and may have a short or absent tail. Their ears may also end up either perky or droopy.
The Dachshund Corgi mix is not hypoallergenic.
What Is The Best Corgi Mix? There is no single Corgi combination that is crowned the best Corgi mix. It honestly depends on what you are looking for and what your preferences are. When it comes to aesthetics, Dorgi and Augie mixed dogs are easily the most popular. With temperament and intelligence, on the other hand, you can opt for a Golden Corgi or a Corgidor.
Are Corgi Mixes Healthy? Corgi mixes are generally very healthy dogs. They rarely suffer from life-threatening diseases with the exception of old age diseases that basically affect all dog breeds. However, they do occasionally experience complications of their short stature and long torso build. These include issues like hip dysplasia and intervertebral disc disease.
Why Do Corgi Mixes Always Look Like Corgis? Corgi mixes, more often than not, resemble their Corgi parents more than the second breed. This is especially when it comes to their stature and build. The mixes look like Corgis because the genes responsible for the achondroplasia are dominant and will often be expressed over other stature and form genes from the second breed.