I really hope Corgis don't become too popular...

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Comment by SJK on August 9, 2013 at 1:41pm

I hope the average person doesn't take breed quizzes and lists like this too seriously. I've always felt the best way to find out what a breed is really like is to come to a place like MyCorgi and read all the stories people post of their dogs.

Corgis seemed to explode in popularity a few years ago due to the internet memes. Just type "corgi meme" into google and look at the images (at your own risk, nsfw). It concerns me because I'm not sure that people really realize what it's like to live with a herding breed... they need to do more than just look cute!

Comment by Jane Christensen on August 6, 2013 at 11:06pm

I like the standard size but that might be because my Aunt used to have them. I have learned to wait till the last minute to put "good" clothes on so I don't look like I'm wearing a corgi when they're blowing their coat!

Comment by Cassandra on August 6, 2013 at 8:56pm

I have never liked poodles. It's just a silly bias I have considering an elder family member had several and they were awful when I was very young. Shedding doesn't bother me. I've always been around animals and fur and hair, plus I really want an activity buddy. My husband isn't very active and it's just not the same going on long walks and hikes by yourself.

Comment by Bev Levy on August 3, 2013 at 8:02am

I just remind people that Corgis shed like crazy and that weeds out the faint at heart!

Comment by Julia on August 3, 2013 at 3:09am

I also find that corgis are excellent at tripping people. So knocking down that toddler is going to happen. Lilli knocks them over to get kisses.

I have a site that goes through the best dog for the zombie apocalypse. Guess who wins?

Comment by Jane Christensen on August 2, 2013 at 11:02pm

Yes, my daughter also did a quiz and the 2 best dogs for their lifestyle was a Corgi and an English Bull Terrier. They had the exercise right for both dogs(needs a fair amount) but my daughter had a baby and she knows how much they shed:( They got the Terrier.

Comment by Ciara & Macy on August 2, 2013 at 10:51pm
I find that there are a lot of places that are wrong about the breed. I was taking a quiz a while back and it said that corgis shed very little, don't need much excersize, & are not smart/not easily trainable. All the people on this website know all of those are lies. The corgi may be sometimes hard to train but they may be too smart for their own good. Lol I hope the breed doesn't become overbred!
Comment by Jane Christensen on August 2, 2013 at 10:39pm

Yes, Beth and also that without exercise they gain weight:(

Comment by Beth on August 2, 2013 at 10:34pm
The Corgi should have been knocked off the list when they said they weren't willing to exercise the dog. Yikes. My two Pems have way more energy than the lab my family had

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