Doggypedia has announced the release in first of it’s kind research examining the most popular types of Corgi mixed breed dogs. Demand for designer dogs has risen significantly in the recent years, and Corgi mixes are amongst the most popular.
Doggypedia has conducted and released this research in order to help new pet owners pick the perfect type of dog for their lifestyle, finacial and living situations.
Most dogs live on average 10 to 15 years, so picking the right dog is a crucial decision that will impact the dog owner’s life for more than a decade.
Up until now, there has never been a comprehensive information for prospective dog owners to learn about and analyze the most common types of Corgi mixed breeds.
Choosing the wrong type of dog for your lifestyle, financial and living situation has led to hundreds of thousands of dogs being abandoned or left at kill shelters in the recent years.
At Doggypedia we believe education before purchasing a dog is the best way to reduce the number of abandon dogs, and dogs that are put down.
The most popular types of Corgi mixes are in order of most popular are:
1) Corgi Chiuhuahua Mix
2) Corgi Lab Mix
3) Pitbull Corgi Mix
4) Shiba Inu Corgi Mix
5) Corgi Dachshund Mix
6) Corgi German Shepherd
7) Corgi Poodle Mix
8) Corgi Pug Mix
9) Corgi Pitbull Mix
10) Corgi Pomeranian Mix
11) Australian Shepherd Corgi Mix
12) Border Collie Corgi Mix
13) Corgi Terrier Mix
14) Corgi Great Dane Mix
15) Corgi Rottweiler Mix
Read more at: https://doggypedia.org/corgi-mix/
Our belief is that if just one less dog is abandoned due to a mismatch between personality type, food and exercise requirements that the cost of performing this exhaustive research has paid for itself.
Dog abandonment has become a global epidemic, and Doggypedia strives to empower prospective dog owners to choose the perfect dog for them and their families.
We make researching potential dog breeds easy and intuitive by examining each mixed breeds energy levels, personality type, physical attributes, health issues, coat type, color, and more.
Our previous mixed breed research examining the Golden Retriever mix was received extremely positvely and our goal to continue that trend.
Stay on the lookout for more exhausitive research by Doggypedia in the near future.