Corgi colors are unique! Use this guide to find the different corgi colors you can find.

Corgi Colors: Overview and Guide

By a popular demand Corgi’s are one of the most favorite dog breeds. They’re adorable, cute, funny, and smart! The royals love Corgis and this naturally made the dog owners fall in love with this amazing breed.

I can’t think of any reason not to love a Corgi, they have big ears, and a wide cheeky grin that you won’t get enough of. With a soft to the touch coat you’ll also find many different Corgi colors to choose from.

You’ll find that there are 2 types of Corgi breeds, each one will have its own corgi colors. Two types of Corgi breeds are Pembroke Corgi or a Cardigan Corgi. Regardless, of which type of Corgi, you’ll most definitely find that Corgi colors vary and you have a lot of Corgi colors to choose from.

Known Corgi Colors

Every Corgi is unique with its own colors. The list below focus on Corgi colors that are recognized and popular.

Pembroke Corgi Colors

  • Red
  • Red-headed tri-color
  • Black-headed tri-color
  • Sable

Cardigan Corgi Colors

  • Black
  • Blue Merle
  • Brindle
  • Red
  • Sable

The Pembroke Corgi and the Cardigan Corgi will almost always have white in the mix. 

Top 5 Corgi Colors

Theses top 5 Corgi colors are naturally mixed and match within the breed:

  • Black
  • Red
  • Sable
  • Blue
  • Brindle

Corgi Colors in Action

Below are pictures of different Corgi's with different colors. Enjoy!

Photo Cred to users on Wikimedia Commons

Corgi Color for Shows

If you’re looking to be a part of ‘shows’ with your Corgi then you must be careful and understand the standards. According to the American Kennel Club, dog shows allow only certain Corgi colors. If the Corgi color is not recognized then they won’t be able to enter the show.

If you’re looking to have a show Corgi then use the below guides to find out if your Corgi’s color is accepted:

Pembroke Corgi Breed Standards

Cardigan Corgi Breed Standards

Grooming your Corgi Coat

The grooming schedule for Corgi’s is the same regardless of breed and Corgi color. All Corgi’s have a thick coat and they’re double coated. This required a fair amount of brushing, learn about what you can do if your Corgi doesn’t like being brushed.

Some Corgi owners prefer to use de-shedding tools to help maintain the fluffy coat. The key is to brush your Corgi daily, or even multiple times a day. All dogs enjoy being pampered and this can be a fun way to pamper your Corgi.

Both types of Corgi's are funny, cute and adorable. No matter what color your Corgi is, they'll always be a one of a kind dog. 


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