This is new information to me.
Why the hell are corgi genes that dominant rofl
@I Dexios Divine I, Purebreds are so interbred at this point that anything that hasn't been for about a hundred years is dominant. Purebred corgis still have a fairly large amount of diversity as huge interbreeding on thin hasn't been going on as long.
@Deadmandante, I'm pretty sure pure breed means there isn't any other kind of species in the dog genes, otherwise why call it pure
@I Dexios Divine I, They aren't. Mixes often are a crap shoot when it comes to which favorable trait is passed on. I have a German Spitz (American Eskimo) and German Shepherd mix that is Spitz sized (little bigger than a terrier) and Spitz in body, the only Shep parts are her coat and ears. On the flip side, I have a Husky/Corgi who looks exactly like a Husky but with Corgi coloration and pelt length.
@UmActually, so what are saying? That there's a bunch of failed dog mixes until you get the one you want or am I interpreting that wrong?
@I Dexios Divine I, Sort of. What I mean is Corgi-x mixes don't usually look more Corgi in shape, they sometimes are. But yes, breeders specializing in mixes usually mark which traits are shared by which parent. When I was a kid, my parents got a labradoodle that was bred to have only the poodle coat. There are dozens of horrible breeders who kill puppies who have more undesirable traits (i.e. Pomskies who are husky sized with a Husky coat and pomeranian features), most just ditch them at a shelter or give them to family and friends or sell them to the community.
@UmActually, uuhh, I really don't like farming of life in that way. Breeding a bunch of failures to get one desired product. Just feels like mad scientist shït. I'm interested in buying a dog in the future, anyway for me to know if the dog came from one of these mix breed farms? I really don't want to support that...
@I Dexios Divine I, The best thing to do is go to a shelter, I just got my Eskimo/Shep, Ahyoka, from a high-kill shelter last week. It definitely depends on where you live, I adopted her because my wife came down into the states for work and saw her last month when she was a stray and fell in love. I came down to rural Alabama and spent a few weeks just looking for this one dog, I found her at the government animal shelter and got her 3 days before the euthanization. The best thing to do is find the best dog for you at a local shelter or the humane society and learn about the circumstances of the capture or surrender. But yeah, puppy mills are awful.
@I Dexios Divine I, would a corgi + dashchund be a low rider?
I'd be happy with a corgi mixed with a corgi
@RMB, my boyfriend has a friend with a corgi names Star Fox xD
I didn't know I needed a Corgi/Husky mix until now. I'll call it a Corsky.
@The Puppet Man, or a Hugi
Corgi + other dog = dog midget
I like the Dalmatian the best! 😭❤️
I'd rather have that dachshund with the pit bull head.
Husky breeds are actually called siborgis when with corgis and yes I want 39 of them
@LAVARAMEN, also can be called horgi, but siborgi is just Siberian huskies + corgi.
Doggo is doing me a mix up
Smol woofers is what I see
I hate this
The Husky-corgi is awesome
I want this dog now
I had a half corgi-shepherd but it retained more of the shepherd traits and had normal proportions.
So what does a corgi-basset hound look like
The shepard looks like a ferret.
What they dont show is the fact that when a corgi shepard sits it is taller than standing and people when first meeting him (Bruin) are shocked when he stands up.
I want a dwarf golden retreiver
I like my dogs non-GMO, thanks.
I saw a corgi, pitbull mix and it had a huge head but really tiny legs. It was the best thing I've ever seen