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The color of the Dorgi often is light brown with a white spot on its chest. The ears are pointed like that of the Corgi.

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The Dorgi inherits a lot of its personality from the Dachshund. It is known to be more athletic than the Dachshund but have the herding instinct of the Corgi. Some may be more prone to herd and bark while others are naturally calm and will strive to please its owner.

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20-27 pounds
Male: 23-27 pounds Female: 20-25 pounds
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General Health

Due to the long bodies of the breeds in the Dorgi’s lineage, back problems may exist. Careful measures should be taken to prevent this breed from jumping from furniture or stairs.

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The Dorgi is a task oriented breed and enjoys being given task. This breed loves to run and play and will require daily exercise and frequent leash walks. The Dorgi loves to cuddle under covers and are known chewers. So be sure to keep plenty of chew toys on hand.

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Ideal Environment

They do well in small yards but will need sufficient exercise. They also love to be on farms. They strive to please their owners and normally don’t wander off far.

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