Loyal and Affectionate
Corgi Pomeranians make great companions. They are affectionate, loyal, and intelligent. They also have a high protective instinct meaning that your Corgipom will make a great watchdog. However, this protective nature can sometimes turn to aggression, especially around strangers.
Corgis tend to be inveterate barkers and as luck would have it, Pomeranians also bark a lot. This combination means that Corgipoms love to bark. Corgipoms will bark at anything from a doorbell, loud noise, and of course strangers. This barking may be good in a watchdog but it will also drive you and the neighbor’s crazy.
On the plus side, Corgi Pomeranians are very intelligent which means training them is easy. Bad habits like barking can be stopped with training.
If you have small children, this feisty breed may not be the best option for you. Pomeranians were initially trained as herding dogs and most Corgipoms will inherit this trait. This can make them prone to chasing children around which is not something you want in a family pet.
Corgipoms are also pretty diminutive and fragile. They can easily get injured by rough play or mishandling. If you have to adopt this breed make sure it is always supervised around children to avoid nasty incidents.
Intelligent and full of energy
Corgipoms are a joy to have around. Their intelligence, energy, and affable nature mean there is never a dull moment. However, Corgi Pomeranians can be aggressive to strangers so make sure this is a trait you can cope with before you bring one of these pups home.