Fluffy Corgi: Complete Guide

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We are all familiar with how the Corgi looks but did you know that there are a variety of Corgis, including the cute Fluffy Corgi? Whether it is a Cardigan Welsh Corgi or a Pembroke Welsh Corgi, the fluffy coat variety is gaining popularity because of their unique coat length and texture.

In this comprehensive guide, we will discuss if this type of Corgi is recognized by any dog associations and how they differ in temperament and health from their medium-length coated cousins.

We will also discuss their coat maintenance and find out Do Corgis Shed the same way whether they have a long or medium-length coat.

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Fluffy Corgi: Breed overview

welsh Corgi Fluffy
Super Fluffy Corgi
Other NamesFluffy Cardigan Welsh Corgi, Fluffy long haired CorgiFluffy Pembroke Welsh Corgi, Fluffy long haired Corgi
PurposeCompanion dogCompanion dog 
AKC RecognitionNoNo
Weight25 – 38 pounds 23 – 28 pounds 
Height10.5 – 12.5 inches 10 – 12 inches 
Coat ColorsRed, White, Sable, Blue, Black, MerleFawn, Black, White, Red, Sable 
Child FriendlinessHigh High
Canine FriendlinessModerateModerate
Training DifficultyModerateModerate
Grooming UpkeepModerateModerate 
Exercise NeedsModerate – HighModerate – High
Lifespan12 – 15 years 12 – 15 years 
Puppy Costs $1,000 – $4,000$1,000 – $2,000

What is a Fluffy Corgi? 

Fluffy Corgi vs regular
Fluffy Corgi breed

A Fluffy Corgi is a Pembroke Welsh Corgi or Cardigan Welsh Corgi with a longer-than-usual coat around the chest, ears, underbelly, and legs. They are also known as Long Haired Corgis and are not considered a separate breed but rather canines with a “fault” in their genes.

Which Corgi breed is Fluffy?

Both the Cardigan and the Pembroke Welsh Corgis can inherit the “fluffy” gene.

Why are some Corgis Fluffy?

Some Corgis are fluffy because of a recessive gene (which we will discuss more about below). This recessive gene causes a mutation that affects the length of their coat. They are no different from the standard Corgis in terms of physical and temperamental attributes except for the fur.

Corgi Fluffy gene 

The specific Fluffy gene Corgi that causes genetic mutation is the recessive FGF5 gene. The way the Fluffy Corgi genetics work is that both parents should be a Fluffy carrier Corgi

In order for a Corgi to be fluffy, he should inherit both recessive FGF5 genes from his parents. This means that two Corgi parents that are carriers of the gene have a 25% chance of producing offspring with a fluffy coat even if they do not outwardly show any signs of a fluffy coat.

The fluffy gene causes the undercoat to be weaker which gives the top coat more leeway to grow longer.

Do Corgis have hair or fur?

Corgis have fur which is normally shorter and denser than hair. Dogs with hairs are typically single-coated and have a finer and smoother texture, while dogs with fur are double-coated with a coarse top coat and a softer dense undercoat. This also gives dogs with fur more hair follicles.

How to tell if your Corgi is a Fluffy?

The way to tell if a Corgi puppy will have a Fluffy coat is to compare the length of their coat with their other littermates. If they have noticeable excessive feathering in their chests, ears, and legs, then there is a good chance that they will have Fluffy coats when they mature.

When do Corgis get Fluffy?

The fluffiness in the coat of Corgis can start to appear between the ages of 4 to 6 weeks.

Why is my Corgi not Fluffy?

There are three (3) reasons why a Corgi is not fluffy.

First, both parents are not carriers of the recessive ‘fluff’ gene.

Second, only one parent is a carrier.

And third, both parents may be carriers, but the offspring inherited the dominant gene for the standard fur length.

2 Types of Fluffy Corgis 

There are two (2) types of Fluffy Corgis. They are the Fluffy Pembroke Welsh Corgi and the Fluffy Cardigan Welsh Corgi. The Pembroke and the Cardigan are two separate breeds of dogs that have two distinct branches of lineage.

Let’s discuss more about them in detail next.

Fluffy Cardigan Welsh Corgi 

The Fluffy Cardigan Corgi as with the standard Cardigan Corgi originated from the Cardiganshire region of Wales and believed to have descended from the Teckel hound dogs brought by the Celtics from central Europe.

Cardigan Welsh Corgi Fluffy have long bodies with short legs and a sturdy body structure. The weight of a Cardigan Corgi Fluffy ranges between 25 and 38 pounds with the male Cardigan Fluffy Corgi weighing a bit more than the females.

What distinguishes the Corgi Cardigan Fluffy from the Pembroke Corgis is the presence of a long tail. Fluffy Corgi Cardigan is trained to be herders originally and all-around farm dog.

Welsh Corgi Cardigan Fluffy is a smart and moderately energetic dog breed with an amiable and friendly disposition.

Fluffy Pembroke Welsh Corgi 

Fluffy Corgi Pembroke is also a herding breed that is built long and low. Fluffy Pembroke Corgi descended from the Spitz family of dogs and were brought to the Pembrokeshire County of Wales by Flemish weavers during the 12th century.

Pembroke Corgis were made famous by Queen Elizabeth II, but it is not known if the monarch ever owned a Pembroke Fluffy Corgi.

Fluffy welsh Corgi Pembroke is slightly smaller than a Cardigan Corgi. Pembroke Corgi Fluffy is a smart breed with an independent streak but nevertheless has an affectionate nature that loves the company of their family.

Fluffy Corgi vs regular Corgi

The main difference between Fluffy Corgi and regular Corgi is that Fluffy Corgi is long-coated with lengthy feathering around the chest, ears, and legs, while regular Corgi has straight medium-length fur with some thickness around the chest and neck.

Are Fluffy Corgis recognized by AKC and other dog registries?

No, unfortunately the Fluffy Corgis are not recognized by the American Kennel Club (AKC) because their hair length does not conform to the standard of either the Cardigan or Pembroke Corgi breed.

Is the Fluffy Corgi considered a breed?

No, Fluffy Corgis are not a separate breed. The Fluffy Corgi cute as they are, are as purebred as the next Pembroke or Cardigan Corgi.

Are Fluffy Corgis considered a fault by the AKC? 

Yes, the lengthy coat of the Fluffy Corgi is considered a serious fault by the AKC.

According to the American Kennel Club (AKC), the full breed standard definition of the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is that the coat should be short to medium in length, thick, and water-resistant with the top coat being longer and coarser than the undercoat.

It further states that it is a “Very Serious Fault – Fluffies – a coat of extreme length with exaggerated feathering on ears, chest, legs, and feet, underparts, and hindquarters.”

As for the Cardigan Welsh Corgi, it states that “the coat should not be so exaggerated as to appear fluffy,” and added that, “a distinctly long or fluffy coat is an extremely serious fault.”

Corgi Fluffy physical appearance 

A Corgi furry Pembroke have the same physical characteristics as the standard Pembroke with a foxy-shaped head, oval eyes, erect ears that are rounded at the point, and a tail that is docked short.

What separates the standard from the fluffy variety is the length of the coat with exaggerated feathering around the chest, ears, feet, legs, and underbelly.

A Fluffy cute Corgi Cardigan, on the other hand, is slightly larger and heavier than the Pembroke. They also have a fox-like head but wider than the Pembroke and their tail is longer. Fluffy Cardigans also has more feathering around the chest, neck, ears, legs, and underbelly.

Fluffy Corgi with tail 

A furry Corgi with a tail is always a Cardigan Corgi and not a Pembroke Corgi. Cardigan Fluffy Corgi tail is long that is carried low when moving normally and never curled towards the back. It is lifted above their body line only when they are excited. 

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Corgi Fluffy bum

Pembroke Corgis have tails that are naturally short, so a Corgi Fluffy butt with no tail would definitely be a Pembroke Welsh Corgi. Some Fluffy butt Corgi is docked after birth when they are just 2 to 5 days old. Fluffy Corgi butt can have a tail that is one to two inches in length that is preferably carried low.

Fluffy Corgi size, height and weight  

Fluffy Corgi puppy will grow into a medium-sized dog. They will reach their full Fluffy Corgi height by their first birthday and may continue to fill out their chests until they reach 14 months old. 

BreedWeight (Males) Height (Males) Weight (Females) Height (Females) 
Fluffy Cardigan Welsh Corgi30 – 36 pounds 10.5 – 12.5 inches 24 – 32 pounds 10.5 – 12.5 inches 
Fluffy Pembroke Welsh Corgi22 – 30 pounds 10 – 12 inches 22 – 30 pounds 10 – 12 inches 

Corgi Fluffy coat colors and types

As with the standard Cardigan Corgi, the Cardigan Fluffy coat Corgi can come in shades of red and white, sable and white, black and white, brindle and white, merle, and blue merle.

Pembroke welsh Corgi Fluffy coat comes in fawn, red, sable, black and tan, and black and white.

Both the Fluffy coat Pembroke welsh Corgi and the Cardigan Fluffy Corgi have a dense undercoat and a coarse top coat.

Fluffy blue merle Corgi

Blue merle Fluffy Cardigan welsh Corgi have mottled patches of black in a backdrop of light gray coat that can have tan markings on the face, ears, and legs.

Eye color of a Fluffy blue merle cardigan Corgi can be blue in one eye or both, a condition is known as heterochromia. Blue merle Fluffy Corgi will always be a Cardigan Corgi since the Pembroke doesn’t carry the merle gene unless they are a hybrid.

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Fluffy merle Corgi

Merle Fluffy Corgi have dark-colored irregular blotches of fur on a predominately lighter-colored fur.

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Black Fluffy Corgi

Fluffy black Corgi has a predominantly black coat with white or tan markings on the neck, chest, face, and legs. 

Black and white Fluffy Corgi

Fluffy black and white Corgi has a black body coat with white markings on the chest, head, and legs.

Fluffy sable Corgi

Sable Fluffy Corgi has a body coat color that is mainly red with black furs on the back. The fur around the edges of the ears is dark-colored with a widow’s peak forming on the forehead that is somewhat dark-colored.

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Bluie Fluffy Corgi

Bluie Fluffy Corgis have diluted coat colors that can be tri bluies, sable bluies, or red bluies. Their coat has a grayish blue tint that looks washed out.

Red Fluffy Corgi

Fluffy red Corgi has a coat color that can range from fawn to dark red. There are no black spots whatsoever, but there can be white markings on the chest, head, and legs.

Fluffy tricolor Corgi

Fluffy tri color Corgi can either be a Red-headed Tricolor or a Black-headed Tricolor Pembroke Corgi. 

Red-headed tri color Fluffy Corgi have a red-colored head with white markings around the neck, muzzle, and legs. Red-headed Fluffy tri Corgi also has black fur on the back that blends into red or tan points. 

Black-headed tri Fluffy Corgi has black fur around the head and back of ears with white markings on the muzzle, chest, and underbelly and also some tan points in the ears, eyes, and legs. The body of a Black-headed tricolor Fluffy Corgi is mostly black that does not blend into white or red points.

White Fluffy Corgi

Fluffy white Corgi have an all-white coat without any dark markings.

Do Fluffy Corgis shed more than regular Corgis?

Due to the length of their fur, some may wonder, “Do Fluffy Corgis shed less than the standard Corgi?”

Fluffy Corgis have thinner and less dense fur than the regular Corgi making them shed much less. But, they still shed all year round and shed heavily during the fall and spring seasons when they blow out their fur.

Corgi dog Fluffy temperament and personality

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi, in general, is much more active than the Cardigan Welsh Corgi. The Cardigan Welsh Corgi is also less affectionate, however both Corgis are territorial and very protective of their families.

Do Fluffy Corgi dog make good family pets?

Yes, Fluffy Corgis are affectionate and loyal that love to be around their family. They may tend to nip at ankles because of their herding nature and may be a bit standoffish with other dogs, but these can be corrected through early training and socialization.

Fluffy Corgies training

You can start socializing your cute Fluffy Corgi puppies as early as 7 to 8 weeks old by exposing them to different places, people, and animals. By their 6th month, they can be taught basic commands and also crate and potty training. 

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Fluffy Corgis exercise requirement

Fluffy Cardigan Corgi puppies and Fluffy Pembroke Corgi puppies need around 5 minutes of exercise for each month of age.

For instance, a 4-month-old Fluffy Corgi would ideally have 20 minutes of physical activity each day that can be divided into two (2) sessions.

As they reach adulthood, they should be getting at least an hour of exercise daily.

Walking your Corgi is a must and it’s a great way for you to bond with him. When walking your Corgi, be sure to use a retractable dog leash so you have full control of your pup while he still have the space to explore and walk.

Many Corgi owners will also let their tiny K9 friends roam freely in their backyard. Simply playing, jumping, chasing, and walking are all great forms of exercise. If you do let your furry family members play outside, make sure your backyard is fully fenced-in.

Do keep in mind that some towns or counties may have zoning laws that prohibit physical fences. If you live in such towns or counties, don’t fret!

A great alternative is to install a wireless dog fence which will also keep your furry friends safe and contained within your yard. What’s great about the invisible dog fence is that it is cost-efficient, flexible to any and all types of terrains, and does not compromise your beautiful backyard view.

Many Corgi owners with a wireless dog fence will also get an electronic dog door so their pups can head outside on their own and come back into the house whenever they want.

So whether you work from home or at the office, you’ll no longer need to open or close the door for your pups anymore.

What’s great about the automatic doggy door is that it is programmable and you can set curfew hours. This way your Fluffy Corgi Fluffy Corgi puppies can enjoy the outdoors during the day while staying safe indoors at night.

Fluffy Corgi grooming and cleaning 

Fluffy Cardigan Welsh Corgi puppy is a cute little fellow that needs to be groomed and cleaned frequently. Take note that not all Fluffy Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppies are the same.

Some are fluffier than others with some having feathering on the back of their legs while others do not.

Just the same, the best way to keep this dog looking nice and well-kept is by grooming a Fluffy Corgi with the right grooming tools.

Here is a table of the grooming needs and frequency as well as some grooming Fluffy Corgi tips for you. 

Grooming NeedsFrequency
Coat Brushing3 to 4x weekly.
BathingOnce in every 6 weeks.
Ear cleaningCheck weekly.
Nail trimmingAs needed.
Teeth brushing 3 to 4x weekly.


When it comes to bathing your Fluffy Corgi, do so at least once every 6 weeks only. Bathing her more often may lead to dry, irritated, red, and inflamed skin and coat.

It’s best to use a mild and organic dog shampoo that is free from harsh ingredients. You may use both a shampoo with conditioner or if you have the time, you can opt to use separate shampoo and conditioner products. Rinse her coat thoroughly and pat her coat dry with an absorbent towel. 

In between bathing sessions, you can simply use doggie wipes to keep their paws, skin, coat, and face clean after a long walk.


Brushing is a good way to remove dirt and debris from her fluffy coat. Plus, brushing distributes the natural oil from her skin which contributes to the silkiness of her coat.

What is the best brush for Fluffy Corgi? One product we highly recommend is the FURminator because of its proven effectiveness in controlling the amount of shedding by as much as 90%.

Or, you may also choose a de-shedding blade or a pin brush to keep her coat clean and shiny. 

Teeth brushing 

One of the common mistakes of a lot of dog owners make is not keeping their furry friend’s oral health in good condition. Just like us, regular teeth brushing keeps away harmful bacteria from our mouth that cause periodontal diseases.

But, don’t share your toothpaste with your pooch. Instead, use an enzymatic dog toothpaste. This kind of doggie toothpaste contains an enzymatic formula that helps to reduce bacteria and tartar buildup.

Additionally, you can add a few drops of dental water additives to her drinking water for fresher breath and cleaner teeth and gums.

Nail Trimming 

Did you know that long nails can lead to injuries? Long nails may get caught in furniture or textured blankets and this may even require a trip to the veterinary clinic.

Plus, long nails tend to curl up and grow inside the paw pads which can cause an infection.

You’ll want to trim her nails at least once every two (2) months using a doggie nail clipper. If your canine friend is too angsty, you may want to choose a safer alternative by using a dog nail grinder which is quiet and more precise than the dog nail clipper.

Ear and Eye Cleaning 

Keep an eye on her ears and eyes too. You can use doggie wipes to safely wipe clean those areas. If you notice excessive ear discharge, it’s best to book an appointment with a veterinarian to rule out any ear infection. 

How to Trim a Fluffy Corgi 

Is Fluffy Corgi haircut necessary? Not really but trimming their thick coat during the summer won’t do them harm. Some of the Fluffy Corgi haircuts you may request from the professional dog groomers are:

  • Summer cut.
  • Teddy bear cut.
  • Lion cut.

Are Fluffy Corgis hypoallergenic?

No, Fluffy Corgis are not hypoallergenic because they wear a double coat – an undercoat that keeps them warm or cool and an outer coat that protects them from natural elements like rain and snow.

While people may not be allergic to fur or hair per se, it is the dander or dead skin cells as well as saliva that attach to their coats that cause allergic reactions.

That said, Corgis that shed more are more likely to cause allergic reactions in sensitive people. 

If you or anyone in your family is allergic to pets, getting an air purifier with HEPA filter will help. That’s because the air purifier with UV light filters can help remove germs, dust, odors, and dander from the air.

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Do Fluffy Corgi shed?

Yes, Fluffy Corgis do shed. They are moderate to heavy shedders. They shed all throughout the year, but more heavily during summer and autumn. 

If the amount of fur on your sofa, carpet, or hardwood floor bothers you, we highly recommend getting a Miele vacuum cleaner which will do a wonderful job at getting rid of pet fur and dander.

What’s great about this vacuum cleaner is that it is durable and can seamlessly transition from carpet to hardwood floor. Best of all, there are accessories included so you can vacuum hard to reach places.

Fluffy Corgi food and diet

Fluffy Welsh Corgi puppies require ¾ to 1 cup of either puppy or all-life-stages high-quality dog food. Be sure to portion the food into three (3) servings a day. Adults need to be fed about 1.5 to 2 cups divided into 2 servings. 

Fluffy Corgi health issues 

A Fluffy Corgi may be considered a healthy breed but they are also prone to a multitude of hereditary diseases that may plague them later in life such as the following: 

1. Hip Dysplasia 

Though more commonly found among large dog breeds, Fluffy Corgis are also prone to hip dysplasia. This is a hereditary condition wherein the ball and the socket that is located in the hip joint do not grow in unison. 

2. Obesity 

Fluffy Corgis are voracious eaters, hence, they are prone to weight gain. Unfortunately, a fat Fluffy Corgi is also at risk for other health problems like diabetes and arthritis. 

3. Intervetebral Disc Disease (IVDD)

This is a neurological condition affecting the spinal cord of the affected dog. Dog breeds that have short legs like a Fluffy Corgi are believed to be more susceptible to IVDD. 

4. Hypothyroidism

A problem in the endocrine system wherein the thyroid gland does not produce the right levels of thyroid hormone. As a result, the affected dog appears to be lethargic and gain a lot of weight.

5. Progressive Retinal Atrophy

This is a progressive eye disease that begins with a loss of vision at night. Though this is not painful it affects the overall quality of life. 

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6. Von Willerbrand’s Disease 

This is a hereditary disorder that reduces blood clotting. As a result of blood loss, anemia and weakness may affect the Fluffy Corgi. 

7. Patent Ductus Arteiosis

This is a congenital heart problem wherein the left side of the heart enlarges which will eventually lead to congestive heart failure. 

Fluffy Corgi life expectancy

A Fluffy Corgi is a long-living dog that can be enjoyed by her human family for up to 12 to 15 years

How to get a Fluffy Corgi?

You can buy Fluffy Corgi from a reputable breeder but you have to be patient because not all litter will have a Corgi Fluffy puppy. As discussed early on, the fluffies are not intentionally bred, rather, they are accidentally produced because of an inactive recessive gene hence, a Fluffy Corgi is considered a rare occurrence. 

Fluffy Corgi breeders

The search for a Fluffy Corgi begins by looking for a reputable Fluffy Corgi breeder. The best way to know if you are talking to a trusted Fluffy Cardigan Corgi breeder is by looking at his or her credentials through his or her website. 

Fluffy Corgi breeders Kansas

You can head to Quivira Corgis (quiviracorgis.com/fluffy-corgi-breeders), the breeder provides all buyers with a 2-year health guarantee against life-threatening and congenital defects.  

Fluffy Corgi breeders California

If you are from California and still searching for Fluffy Corgi breeders near me, then go to Emerald Corgis (emeraldcorgis.com). The breeder has been in the business for over 11 years and assures buyers that all of their puppies will be at risk of developing canine degenerative myelopathy or other gene related diseases. 

Fluffy Corgi breeder Ontario

One of the trusted Fluffy Pembroke Welsh Corgi breeders in Ontario is the owner of Regal Corgis (regalcorgis.ca) which offers a 1-year health guarantee against hereditary diseases. 

Fluffy Corgi Colorado

Still no luck in finding Fluffy Corgi puppy breeder near you? Then why not give Colorado Mountain Corgis (coloradomountaincorgis.com) a try and see if the breeder has a litter that luckily has a Fluffy Corgi. 

Fluffy Corgi puppies

Corgi puppies Fluffy only come by chance. That said, you have to ask the age of the teacup Fluffy Corgi puppies before reserving a puppy.

This is because the feathering on the legs, chest, and ears of the adorable Fluffy Corgi puppies will only begin to show at around 4 to 6 weeks of age.

In fact, there are instances when it will be a guessing game if the puppies will have long and fluffy coats or just regular double-coated coats. 

So, it’s best that you physically visit the breeder in-person to observe and differentiate the puppies as to which among them look like Fluffy cute Corgi puppies. The trick here is to wait and allow the puppies to get older so you can clearly identify the Corgi Fluffy puppies from the litter. 

Are Fluffy Corgis more expensive? 

Yes, Fluffy Corgis are more expensive because they are not always available in a litter, regardless of whether both parents are fluffies. 

How much is a Fluffy Corgi? 

The average puppy cost is from $1,000 to $4,000. They are more expensive than the regular Corgis because they only come by chance, hence, Fluffy Corgis are rare. 

Fluffy Corgi price 

Next to the cost of getting a Fluffy Corgi puppy, there are other expenses you need to be aware of. A Fluffy Corgi cost of vaccination may be anywhere from $120 to $ 230 each year which includes DHPP, canine influenza, leptospirosis, bordetella, Lyme, and anti-rabies.

Then the stuff that a Fluffy Corgi needs are the following:

Fluffy Corgi puppies price 

If you’re lucky, you may find Fluffy Corgi puppies for adoption at a price lower than $2,000. 

Fluffy Corgi adoption 

Adoption is a good option not only because the puppies are sold at a lower price but primarily because you give these ‘unwanted puppies’ a chance to love and be loved. Try Southeast Corgi Rescue (southeastcorgirescue.com) in Georgia where you may hopefully find a Fluffy Corgi for adoption. 

Fluffy Corgi puppies for adoption 

You may also visit the Facebook page of North Texas Corgi Connection. It is a nonprofit organization and their mission is to connect families with adoptable Corgis. 

Fluffy Corgi rescue 

Another possible place to find Fluffy Corgis are from breed-specific rescue centers such as these two (2):

Try your luck at Sunshine Corgi Rescue (sunshinecorgirescue.org) located in Florida. You can adopt or foster a Corgi or even volunteer your time in any of their programs for Corgis.

East Coast Corgi Rescue (bestfriends.org/our-work/supporting-network-partners/east-coast-corgi-rescue) is another place to inquire about available Fluffy Corgis. 

Places to find Fluffy Corgi puppies for sale 

Finding a Fluffy Corgi puppy for sale may take a while because Fluffy Corgis are not always available as the standard Corgis. Nevertheless, you can try your luck with these two (2) breeders:

Visit the webpage of Kern River Corgis (kernrivercorgis.com) in Bakersfield, California and see if they have Fluffy Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppies for sale. 

For those of you in Utah and looking for Fluffy Corgi puppies for sale near me, get in touch with the breeder at Curby’s Corgis LLC (curbyscorgis.com). They used to have Fluffy Corgis and if you’re lucky, their upcoming litter may have some Fluffy Corgis. 

Finding a healthy Fluffy Corgi for sale 

Do you prefer adult dogs and are looking for adult Fluffy Corgis for sale? Try asking these breeders: 

Fluffy blue merle Corgi for sale

You may inquire at Magnolia Creek Corgis (magnoliacreekcorgis.com) located in Oklahoma City. 

Fluffy Cardigan Welsh Corgi for sale

Please visit The Perfect Corgi (theperfectcorgi.com) in Indiana. 

Fluffy Corgi puppies for sale Texas

If you’re in Texas or live near Whitesboro, Texas, feel free to visit the webpage of Hat Creek Corgis (hatcreekcorgis.com)

Fluffy Corgi puppies for sale Washington

Still searching for Fluffy Corgis for sale near me? You may find Fluffy Corgies at Hoedwig Pembroke Welsh Corgis (hoedwig.com)

Fluffy Pembroke welsh Corgi for sale

For Fluffy Welsh Corgi for sale in the UK, go to Pembroke Corgis by Balletcor (balletcorcorgis.com) for available Fluffy Pembroke Corgi for sale. 

Fluffy Corgi mix 

Since many are drawn to the lovely Fluffy Corgi, some breeders cross this breed with other equally adorable dogs with the hopes of producing long-haired and hypoallergenic puppies.

Here are some examples:

  • Corgipoo: Fluffy Corgi mixed with a Poodle.
  • Cortese: Fluffy Corgi mixed with Maltese.
  • Shorgi: Fluffy Corgi mixed with Shih Tzu.  

Fluffy Corgi: Pros and Cons 

To summarize, here are the pros and cons of a Fluffy Corgi:

Pros Cons 
Love human companionship.Sheds year-round.
Smart.Not hypoallergenic.
Good with other dogs.Tends to chase smaller animals.
Has a long lifespan.Cannot be left alone for long hours. 
Unique-looking.Can be very vocal.
Highly-trainable.Prone to obesity.

Is the Fluffy Corgi right for me?

A Fluffy Corgi is a great family pet that is kind and loyal to everyone. She has a strong herding instinct though, so if you have smaller pets and cats, expect a lot of chasing around your home. The only major issue is moderate shedding which you can control by using the right grooming tools. 

Related Questions

How big do Fluffy Corgis get?

A Fluffy Corgi can grow from an average of 10 and 12.5 inches and can weigh about 23 to 38 pounds.

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