A Corgipool will inherit the appearance of both its parents, but it is still difficult to know what the final appearance will be. Your pup might inherit more traits from one parent over the other.
However, you can expect a random and even mix of traits from both parents in most scenarios. Let’s talk about the Poodle and Corgi appearance in more detail.
Poodles are usually tall and elegant-looking dogs. They have tall legs and their head has a long muzzle and droopy ears. They have a dense, curly, single-layer coat that comes in several colors, including white, black, gray, silver, brown, beige, red, blue, sable, apricot, cream or multiple colors.
The most common breed of Corgi is the Pembroke Welsh Corgi. Corgis have short, stubby legs with a regularly-sized torso and head (their legs look disproportionate to everything else). Their head has erect ears and a fox-like appearance. They have thick, double-layered coats that can be either red, black and tan, sable or fawn.
Corgi Poodle Mix Appearance
So what does a Corgi Poodle Mix look like? Let’s first talk about how big a Corgipoo gets.
Depending on the dominant gene, they can have the tall legs of a Poodle or the short, stubby legs of a Corgi or something in between. But if a miniature Poodle is used, which is almost always, you will get a short and small Corgipoo.
Your average Corgipoo will be 10 to 12 inches tall and weigh 12 to 28 pounds.
A Corgi Poodle Mix will have a double-layered coat. And they can have erect or droopy ears. But no matter which genes of the parent are dominant, you can guarantee they will be adorable.