The Corgipoo dog breed is either small or medium in size, depending on his parental breeds. He comes in 3 size variations: toy, medium, and small.
The average size of full-grown Corgipoos is 30 centimetres (12 inches). However, he can grow around 25 centimetres–50 centimetres (10–20 inches). The weight of full-grown Corgipoos can range from 10–18 kilos (23–40 pounds).
Corgipoo puppies reach their full size when they are around 10–12 months old. However, it takes them longer to become fully mentally mature, which is about 17–18 months of age.
Corgipoos are hybrid dogs, thus they come in varying appearances. However, they usually have long bodies with short legs. Their heads are round, whilst their eyes are dark and almond-shaped. They sport foxlike muzzles and black noses that are proportionate to their muzzles.
Some Corgipoos have drooping ears like their Poodle parents. Others may inherit the upright ears of their Corgi parents.
The Corgipoo dog breed often takes after the Poodle when it comes to his coat. Most Corgipoos have medium- to long-length double coats. The inner coat is soft and downy, whilst the outercoat is thick and waterproof.
This Corgi cross Poodle breed's coat colors include black, brown, cream, grey, red, or a combination of these colours. His coat may also possess merle, spotted, and speckled patterns.
This Corgi–Poodle mix’s grooming needs include nail trimming and ear cleaning once a week. Be sure to also check his body for signs of infections, allergies, or wounds. Ideally, tooth brushing should be done every day. However, if your dog is averse to this activity, aim to do it at least twice or thrice a week.
Do Corgi doodles shed?
Yes, Corgi Doodles do shed just like all dogs. If they inherited their Poodle parent’s coat, they are considered hypoallergenic low-shedders. However, if they own a coat similar to that of the Corgi’s, they may shed moderately and can trigger pet allergies.
Caring for the Corgipoos’ coats involves daily brushing and once a month of bathing. It is also recommended to take them to the groomer every 6 weeks.