The Pitbull mixed with Corgi makes for a great companion for anything life holds. You might also know the Pitbull Corgi mix by its alter ego Corgi Pit.
Do Pitbull Corgi Shed?
Pitbull Corgi actually shed alot. Similar to the pitbull, their shedding of their short coat hair isn’t noticeable. So you don’t need to worry about balls of hairs everywhere. But their pet dander is liable to make someone who has allergies sneeze.
Are Pitbull Corgi Good with Children?
It’s easy to see how the Pitbull Corgi gets along so well with children. Their parent, the Corgi are famously great people pleasers and love to hang arounds kids. Pitbull love to play with kids as well. Everyone knows that pitbull love to play anyone that the same size they are.
Are Pitbull Corgi Good With Other Dogs?
Pitbull Corgi have ball of fun with every dog they meet. They especially love dog the are their size, as the make fun sparing partners.
Are Pitbull Corgi Healthy?
Pitbull Corgi could have a host of health problem that they inherited from their Corgi half. Hip problems and skin allergies often plague Corgi. But most scary is Von Willebrand Disease a blood disorder in which the blood does not clot properly. On the other hand Beagle is health dog.
Since mixed dogs tends to inherit the best from their parent breeds. Especially, that rule is true for second generation and beyond mixed breeds. That means, some of those Corgi health issues might have been breed out or made less possible. But no-one really can knows what your Pitbull Corgi will inherit for certain.
Stop, before you even think about getting a Corgi Pit. You want them to come home protected. Give them the amazing quality of life they deserve, without dreading sky high vet bill hanging over your head.
Imagine having a 4 week old puppy and rushing your puppy to the vet in the first couple weeks. Then struggling to make up your mind on which treatment you should give them.
Give yourself peace of mind, before you even think about getting a new puppy.
Pitbull Corgi Personality
Pitbull Corgi is like an athlete that loves a good challenge. That why they make such great herding dogs. They have the drive to finish tasks even they get tough. Above all else they’re incredibly kind, always wanting to serve.
How Often Go On Walks?
Pitbull Corgi crave to be doing something. They should go out for walks often and get more activity than just a walk. They need to be exercised both physically and mentally. Make a game of fetch fun and hide the ball, fake a couple throws to keep them on their toes. You want them to tuckered out at the of the day. Which will mean lots of fun throughout the day.
What Do Pitbull Corgi Eat?
Just like any other dog breed or designer dog, they need a quality dog food. Premium dog food that have the essential vitamins and extra nutrient to make sure you Welsh Sheepdog looks their best. The Welsh Sheepdog being a smaller dog is more at risk of getting diabetes and obesity. That’s because we can often be at fault for feeding them a little too many treats. Not taking them on walk enough.