I believe there was another thread about this recently. :-)
Jack the Giant Corgi is just over 2 years old. He is 14 inches tall at the shoulder, he gets just under a cup of kibble a day, mixed with green beans, pumpkin, or plain yogurt. He weighs around 39 pounds, and no he's not fat. :-) Two vets, two vet techs, and a Corgi breeder assure me he is not overweight.
Izzie is 7 months, 24 pounds and is fed just under two cups of food a day. I also add in yogurt and a little of whatever we ate for her dinner. I'm at work so I don't know her height, but she is an average height for corgi's!
Conan weighs 38lbs, is 13" tall at the shoulder and eats just under one cup of kibble a day. +/- a few kibbles as treats if we're training. He's another big Corgi like Jack the Giant =) just not as big! We're trying to get him to lose a few pounds though, to around 36 or 35lbs.
Honey is somewhere between three and five years old or so (no way to know, as she's a shelter dog who was picked up as a stray), nineteen pounds, and eats about one and a half cups of dry food a day plus a few treats. I think she's the perfect weight for her somewhat small size.
Hooch is two years old, twenty pounds, and eats about one cup of dry food a day plus a few treats. He's shorter length-wise and a little stockier than a normal corgi as a result of being a puppy mill dog, and as it is he's a little chubby. His ideal weight would probably be more like sixteen pounds or so, I would guess. It baffles me that he's a little overweight, as he gets a ton of exercise and fetches like crazy, and it's not as though we overfeed him.
Potus is 10months and weighs around 14.6kg, which a unit conversion website tells me is around 32 pounds. He's not overweight, but is fully grown at 10months and was the largest in his litter. At the moment he's eating a little less than normal just so he doesn't tip over into 15kg, so he's getting about a cup of dry food a day plus some fresh meat.