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The Corgi Cattle Dog is not a purebred dog. It is a cross between the Australian Cattle Dog and the Pembroke Welsh Corgi. The best way to determine the temperament of a mixed breed is to look up all breeds in the cross and know you can get any combination of any of the characteristics found in either breed. Not all of these designer hybrid dogs being bred are 50% purebred to 50% purebred. It is very common for breeders to breed multi-generation crosses.

(Note: the Australian Cattle Dog is also called Australian Heeler, Hall's Heeler, Queensland Heeler, Blue Heeler, Australian Cattledog and Australischer Treibhund.)

Lilly the Australian Cattle Dog/ Pembroke Corgi mix (Corgi Cattle Dog) at 7 months old.

"This is our girl Lilly, an Australian Cattle Dog / Pembroke Corgi mix at 7 months old. She loves to run around, chew on anything she can and hide things. She loves to herd our cat Clarice, but they get along great. She is extremely intelligent and a fast learner."

 
 

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Lilly the Australian Cattle Dog/ Pembroke Corgi mix (Corgi Cattle Dog) at 7 months old.

Lilly the Australian Cattle Dog / Pembroke Corgi mix (Corgi Cattle Dog) at 7 months old

Lilly the Australian Cattle Dog/ Pembroke Corgi mix (Corgi Cattle Dog) at 7 months old.

Lilly the Australian Cattle Dog / Pembroke Corgi mix (Corgi Cattle Dog) at 7 months old

Lilly the Australian Cattle Dog/ Pembroke Corgi mix (Corgi Cattle Dog) at 7 months old.

Lilly the Australian Cattle Dog / Pembroke Corgi mix (Corgi Cattle Dog) at 7 months old

   
   

"Laika is a Corgi Cattle Dog shown here at 7 months old. She loves to play chase, her favorite game is running around the coffee table. She's a barker (her name means little barker so it works) and she is very loving and friendly with all dogs and people. She's also very submissive and can be quite needy. Everyone who's met her thinks she's the most adorable little puppy."

Laika the Corgi Cattle Dog shown here at 7 months old.

Laika the Corgi Cattle Dog shown here at 7 months old

Laika the Corgi Cattle Dog as a puppy.

Laika the Corgi Cattle Dog as a puppy

Laika the Corgi Cattle Dog as a puppy.

Laika the Corgi Cattle Dog as a puppy

Laika the Corgi Cattle Dog as a young puppy.

Laika the Corgi Cattle Dog as a young puppy

 

 

 

 

 

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