Apparently, a Corgi crossed with another breed looks like a corgi disguised as the other dog. Ever seen a Corgi mix with a Siberian Husky? Perhaps you’ve always dreamed of owning a Corgi crossed with a German Shepherd? Either way, the results are quite funny and may surprise you!
If you are seriously into Corgis, you will also appreciate this Corgi butt gallery we put together. Why we did it? Because we have too much free time on our hands.
16 thoughts on “Corgi Mix With Other Breeds: The Funniest Examples”
OMG I WANT ONE OF EACH
wha… why.. why? Why would you DO that?
some of those are photoshopped. Some are not from breeding with a Corgi. Like the Pitbull, he has been featured on a Pit rescue page. Some… St, Bernard, Great Dane … well you do the math
Ajen, there are dogs that are a cross between a great dane and a chihuahua. Maths or no. (Before you go look, that cross is not funny. Ugly as hell)
Some are adorable.
Corgi + Shiba inu= Corga Inu
There are some really wrong individuals in the world.This so wrong and evil.
That Corgi a ho.
This is why we can’t have nice things…
Look some are possibly not real, other maybe just happen to have the mutation for short legs – but others may well be just the result of canine love.so why all this weeping over it?
*If* these are not ‘shopped, it suggests the gene for short legs is dominant, doesn’t it?
I think the issue for the short legs, is dominant because it would make absolutely no sense to make a small but stubby dog with really long legs, with flamingo-like proportions. The legs would snap and the dog would be constantly out of balance. so I think nature, after millions of eyears of natural selection, favours short legs.
but they are just corgis dressed are other dogs
we own a gray hound Chihuahua mix and we call him a graywawa when we first got him, my mom said he looks like a furry house elf
Why do corgi hybrids look like corgi’s in disguise