Things To Know About Fluffy Corgi (Long-Haired Corgi)

Things To Know About Fluffy Corgi

There’s a lot of attention being paid to the newest breed of dog: the fluffy Corgi.

 

This crossbreed has been gaining popularity in recent years, but there are still a lot of unknowns about them.

 

You may be thinking about adding this little guy (or gal!) to your family — but what do you need to know? We’ve got some answers for you!

 

How Many Types Of Corgi Are There?

There are two types of corgis, the short-haired and the long-haired.

 

Both have small bodies, but their coats are very different.

 

The short-haired Corgi has a smooth coat and no undercoat.

 

This means that its coat does not shed or mat easily, making it easy to care for.

 

The long-haired version of this breed has a fluffy coat and an undercoat that sheds during the autumn and spring seasons.

 

How to Care for Your Fluffy Corgi?

You should brush your fluffy corgi’s hair every day or every other day.

 

If you don’t want to do it yourself, you can ask a professional groomer to help you out.

 

They need to be bathed as often as necessary, which means that some people may bathe their fluffy corgis more than others depending on how much exercise they get and whether they roll around in the mud a lot.

 

You can use any dog shampoo on them except for those with tearless formulas or aloe vera because these substances are harmful to the eyes of dogs with long-haired coats like Corgis.

 

You will want to use one that smells nice but is not too overpowering so that it doesn’t bother your pet’s sense of smell.

 

It also shouldn’t have any dyes in it since this could irritate his skin or coat even more than just regular shampoo would have done if he didn’t have such sensitive fur!

 

How Often Do They Need To Be Groomed?

How often should you groom your Corgi depends on the type of coat they have.

  • Short-haired Corgis will only need to be brushed once a month. If you want something more thorough, you can use a slicker brush or shedding blade, but this may cause some discomfort if your dog is sensitive.
  • Long-haired Corgis should be brushed weekly to keep their coats clean and free of tangles. You’ll also want to give them baths now and then so that they can stay fresh and clean when they’re not matted up with dirt or other allergens in their fur!

 

 

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How Much Does A Fluffy Corgi Cost?

The cost of a fluffy corgi depends on many things.

 

A reputable breeder will have done their homework and know what they’re doing and can guide you as to how much your puppy will likely cost.

 

Typically, the price of a fluffy corgi ranges from $300-$800 or more depending on all the factors listed below:

 

  • Breeder’s reputation
  • The age of the puppy
  • Breed and gender
  • Quality of the puppy
  • Health status

 

Are They Hypoallergenic?

While Corgis are not hypoallergenic, they are one of the least allergic dog breeds and are often recommended by allergists.

 

A corgi’s dander is typically less pungent than other breeds.

 

However, there is no such thing as a truly “hypoallergenic” pet.

 

Even though corgi dogs do not shed much hair and have short hair, they still have dander which causes allergies in some people.

 

Conclusion

We hope that you’ve enjoyed learning more about fluffy corgis and how they are different from regular Corgis.

 

As with all dogs, it is important to research before you buy.

 

We hope that this article has helped you decide if a fluffy corgi is right for your family!

 

If not, don’t worry: there are plenty of other breeds out there to choose from.

 

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Russel

A pet owner who loves to share useful facts and information about animals. For now, I write mostly about dogs and cats.