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15 Cute Facts Of Corgi Dog For Kids

Updated on June 28, 2020

Are you a dog lover? Then, you must be familiar with many dog breeds. Well, the Corgi is a small breed of dogs. It comes from Whales. In simple words, the term fits best for those compact pups, who are famous for their short legs and tiny tails.

But there’s much more to know about Corgis and you can actually find plenty of fluffy balls of happiness by reading this post. So, check below mentioned 15 cute facts of Corgi for kids from a Corgi lover, and you’ll be glad you decided to get one for yourself.

Corgi means ‘Dwarf Dogs’

The word Corgi literally means ‘Dwarf dog’ in Welsh, which is basically what they actually are. Most of the Corgis contribute to 10-12 inches height and weigh between 23-28 pounds. If you’ve ever spent time with a dwarf dog, you must have noticed that their short statures make them look incredibly cute.


Corgis are Smart

Corgis have great logistical powers. They always need some sort of task to accomplish. Otherwise, they get bored easily. Luckily, plenty of dog puzzles are available out in the market to occupy brilliant Corgis such as – shell games, throwing balls, etc.


Corgis are Loyal, and always will be there for you

Generally, dogs are faithful animals. They usually prefer to lounge on the couch and let you do your own thing. Following you all over your house is in their nature and this is the reason – when you go to the bathroom, they wait outside. And, you will truly adore – when they hang around your ankles all the time.


Corgi proves to be your Best Friend and a Great Competitor

Yes, Corgi dogs are expert herders. They are also known for their intelligence, caring nature, and enthusiasm for performing multiple tasks in a single time. Many dogs even compete in sports such as – herding, obedience, and agility.


Corgis live up to 12 to 15 years of age

This is among one of the cute facts of Corgi for kids. They are relatively healthy as compared to other dog breeds and have a non-life-threatening history. On average, they have a life expectancy of 12 to 15 years.


Corgis Are Not Hypoallergenic

These dogs are double-courted and shed a lot, and when they shed, they become more daner. Which is a common allergen found in dogs and cats. So, if you are an allergic patient, get a different type of animal.


Corgis Are Cuddly

All dogs are different in nature, behavior, and skills. But personalities of Corgi dogs often match with their owners. This would be an interesting fact that your Corgi is a cuddle friend, if you're intensely affectionate.

Corgis love Attention

They hate being ‘alone’ and loves spending time both inside and outside. Some people consider this as an exhausting thing. But if you’re a Corgi-lover – you’ll never feel exhausted and love showing affection to your dog.


They Love to Boop

If you are in a search of cute facts of Corgi for kids? Don’t forget to consider this point as an important one. A ‘Boop’ is a condition when Corgi gets close to your face and love to smacks their little snouts against your nose, as a mark of extra love and affection.


Corgis are Easy to Train

Undoubtedly, we can say that Corgis are smart, obedient, and loyal. Their ultimate aim is to please, which is a must trait for getting trained. Within 15 minutes of the time period, they can learn ‘sit ’and ‘shake’. And we bet, they will enjoy every moment of it.


Corgi Sploot is the best thing ever

Well, a sploot is a special type of stretch when Corgis play their little paws out and butts resemble two chicken wings that are impossible to squeeze. In short, sploot is the trademark move of the Corgi.


Corgi Look mind-blowing in Outfits

Believe us, they look extremely adorable in a variety of outfits. When dressed impressively – Corgi puppies look like little or stumpy baby bears.


Corgis are very energetic

Dog lovers usually consider Corgis among the optimal energy level dogs. They are very active and you can easily spend your entire day outside with them - without being worried about their getting tired and restless. You can always make out how your Corgi feels, which is based on his or her facial expressions. And, when they make cartoonish faces you always laugh-out loudly.


They are Vigilant Watchdogs

One of the major drawbacks of Corgis breed is that they tend to bark a lot. On the other side, you can’t neglect the fact that they are extra-ordinary attentive and protective. Plus, they will never leave you alone in any circumstances and make the best bodyguards.

Another cute fact of Corgi to know is that Corgis are very sociable and friendly with other pet animals. You must have heard about Corgi meetups happening every month, where Corgi owners bring their pet dogs together in one place for an elegant gathering. Even when they fight, the scene looks quite funny - because it seems like two teddy bears are trying to wrestle on their hind legs.


Now, we hope it’s quite clear to you why Corgis are among one of the most popular breeds today and these interesting facts will surely bring a smile on your face. Despite the fact that these little guys make the perfect family pet, there are still many precautions that need to be taken into consideration to ensure that your home is ready for a Corgi dog to call home.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2020 Farooq Ahmad

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    • FarooqAhmadSam profile imageAUTHOR

      Farooq Ahmad 

      12 months ago from Lahore Pakistan

      You'll Victoria.

    • Victoria Greywing profile image

      Victoria Greywing 

      12 months ago from Limassol, Cyprus

      Corgis are great! I dream of having one :)

    • FarooqAhmadSam profile imageAUTHOR

      Farooq Ahmad 

      13 months ago from Lahore Pakistan

      thanks for compliment

    • JC Scull profile image

      JC Scull 

      13 months ago from Gainesville, Florida

      Very nice article. We used to have a Corgi. She was great with the kids.

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