Hybrid Breed

Border collie + Corgi


Border Collie and Corgi mix - a hybrid breed.

It combines the best of both worlds: the intelligence and eagerness of the Border Collie with the short legs and adorable face of the Corgi. The mixed breed Border Collie and Corgi is the perfect dog for families looking for an active, but low-maintenance pet.

What are breed characteristics of this mix dog?

The average Border Collie-Corgi mix dog weighs about 15 kg and is 50 cm tall. They have a long body with short legs. They have a dense coat that is usually black and white.

Alternate Name -
Origin UK / England
Life expectancy 10 - 15 years
Care requirements high-maintenance - low-maintenance
Activity level high - average
FCI group not recognised
AKC group not recognised
KC group not recognised

Possible character traits of Border Collie and Corgi mix - Such is probably his nature.

The Border Collie-Corgi mix is a cross between two herding dog breeds, the Border Collie and the Corgi. This mix has the best of both worlds: the herding instinct of the Border Collie and the short legs of the Corgi.

The Border Collie Corgi is an intelligent and active breed. He learns quickly and is easy to train. They need plenty of physical and mental stimulation to stay happy and healthy.

The Border Collie Corgi mix is a loyal and loving companion. They get along well with children and other pets. They are an excellent watchdog.

The Border Collie-Corgi mix is an all around great dog. It is perfect for families or anyone looking for an active and intelligent companion.


  • responsive
  • persistent
  • active
  • energetic
  • educable
  • intelligent
  • concentrated
  • shrewd
  • protective
  • friendly
  • sociable
  • fearless
  • playful


  • Herding Dog
  • Working Dog
  • Sheepdog
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What diseases can occur in Border Collie and Corgi Mix.

Dogs of the Border Collie-Corgi mix breed are known to be affected by a number of diseases. These include hip dysplasia and elbow dysplasia, both inherited conditions that can lead to joint pain and limited movement. Border Collies are also susceptible to a condition called collie eye anomaly, which can lead to blindness. Corgis can be affected by a number of health problems, including von Willebrand disease, a blood disorder, and degenerative myelopathy, a neurological disorder.

The Border Collie-Corgi mix breed has a medium length coat that is mostly black and white in color. There may also be some brown and white markings on the coat. The coat of this mixed breed is thick and dense, which helps to protect it from cold weather.

Fur length medium - short
Fur flat coated
Ear shape Standing Ears
Tail fanned out - short
Anatomy slim, sporty, hefty
Size ♀ 25 - 53 cm
Weight ♀ 9 - 19 kg
Size ♂ 25 - 56 cm
Weight ♂ 9 - 20 kg
Suitable For -
  • Eye diseases

    Often occur with allergies and intolerances.

  • Epilepsy

    Definition: Dog has epilepsy if, for example, at least two epileptic seizures occur more than 24 hours apart.

  • A Border Collie and Corgi mix is a cross between two different purebred dog breeds - the Border Collie and the Welsh Corgi.

  • A Border Collie and Corgi mix can take on the physical characteristics of both parent breeds, but typically has a medium-sized, compact build, short, strong legs, and a long, fluffy tail. The coat of a Border Collie and Corgi mix can be any color or combination of colors found in either parent breed.

  • A Border Collie-Corgi mix can inherit the best (and worst) traits of both parents. These dogs are usually intelligent, active and friendly, but can also be prone to herding instincts and separation anxiety.

  • A Border Collie and Corgi mix needs plenty of exercise to stay happy and healthy. A daily walk or jog, along with some playtime in the yard, should be sufficient. These dogs are also good for obedience training and socialization from a young age.

  • Border Collie and Corgi mixes are good with children if raised with them from puppyhood. These dogs can also be herding dogs, so it is important to teach them not to herd children.

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