Simply send us a photo of your adorable pet Corgi, and we’ll create a plush stuffed animal lookalike. Every Petsies stuffed animal is custom made, so we can create a plush of any Corgi breed, from a typical Pembroke to a unique Corgi mix!
Every personalized Corgi stuffed animal is:
Custom designed to look just like your Corgi pet
Airbrushed in detail to mimic your Corgi’s unique markings
A lovable and huggable way to always have your pet by your side
A Corgi stuffed animal is perfect for anyone who owns a Corgi or just loves the breed. They are completely lifelike, even if your Corgi’s got some junk in the trunk! We’ll just add more plush padding ;)
PETSIES STUFFED ANIMAL FEATURES
Size : 10" and 16” and 24"
Material : Premium polyester furs and specialty noses and eyes, combined with full airbrushing to capture even the smallest of details.
Turnaround Time : All Petsies are completed and shipped to your home in approximately 6 - 8 weeks, but estimated delivery date could range based on the time of year (holidays tend to be longer due to high demand). Please note, this is just an estimate. The most up to date turnaround time is on the creation page.
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Corgis are the 11th smartest dog breed, ranked by psychology professor Stanley Coren.
Originated as herders, Corgi's are one of the most athletic breeds!
The Corgi name originated from the Welshmen who developed the breed and called them “dwarf dog” due to their stature. In Welsh, “cor” means dwarf and “gi” means dog.
If not exercised regularly, your Corgi can get quite heavy!
Temperament And Personality
As a loyal breed, the Corgi is especially obedient, always looking to please its master. It has a playful, clownish personality and makes an ideal pet for families with children or other pets. It can be guarded when it comes to meeting strangers, using its protective instincts. Corgis make good watchdogs and are easy to train. They are barkers and need plenty of exercise.
The Corgi is on the vulnerable list of the English Kennel Club as the breed has been declining in birth rates due to the popularity of other toy breeds. The AKC recognized the Corgi in 1934.
Nutrition and Feeding: Corgis are prone to obesity, and their food needs to be monitored to avoid excessive weight gain.
Grooming: Average shedder. Needs to be brushed two to three times a week.
Exercise: An active breed that needs daily exercise.
Health: Prone to progressive renal atrophy, hip dysplasia, back problems, and Von Willebrand disease.
Corgis have never gone out of style. They are as popular today as they were five years ago. In fact, there’s a slight upward trend in popularity starting in 2016.
Source: Google Trends
It's no surprise why Corgis are so popular. I mean, look at how cute they are!