The Corgipoo is a small- to medium-sized hybrid with a wiry, double-layered, medium-length coat that exists in a wide variety of colors. Dogs of this breed are a mix of Welsh Corgi (either the Pembroke or Cardigan variety) and Poodle (either Standard or Toy). A majority of Corgipoos have Toy Poodles as one parent, so most of these dogs are small-sized, but a few have Standard Poodle parents, and are thus somewhat larger.
Corgipoos are friendly, affectionate, and a known "prankster" dog breed. They're highly intelligent, which makes them easily trained--and odds are, they're going to need it! Dogs of this breed may not obey commands, not because they're stubborn, but because it's more fun not to do so. A Corgipoo owner may find that one of their slippers has disappeared, then discover it under the bed after the dog hid it there. Experts recommend using typical, consistent training methods with these dogs--but they also suggest utilizing "regimented" daily schedules; feeding, exercising, and training a Corgipoo at the same time each day, they say, will regulate the dog's mindset, and may minimize its mischievous ways.
Dogs of this breed are high-energy--but they tire out comparatively quickly. A long walk (or jog), or an hour or so of vigorous playtime, will be enough for these dogs to sleep well each night.