They are very energetic and very quick to bond with their family.
They have lots of energy and spunk and need access to a lot of space to play,
or a job to do to work off the extra energy.
This breed is good with children, as long as the children aren't too rough.
They are very watchful around strangers.
They do shed so they require occasional brushing to remove dead hair.
They weigh 25-30 lbs.
Their height is 10-15 inches.
Their life expectancy is @ 13 years.
Colors of the breed are tri, sable, roan, and merle.
Health issues could be similar to that of any long spined breeds.
They are classed as herding animals.
Cowboy Corgi's are a cross between a Heeler
(Blue or Red) and a Corgi.
They mostly stay the size of a corgi and will have
more of the heeler color unless they are out of a
merle and then they will look more like a corgi.
They have big happy personalities and are very
playful, but still have the work and drive of both
breeds. These dogs are brave, intelligent and
We have 3 new litters of Cowboy Corgi's! Cowgirl and Gus had 10 babies (2 females 8 males) born May 17, 2021. Dixie and Gus had 2 babies (1 female 1 male) born May 21, 2021 and Dottie and Gus had 10 babies (5 females 5 males) born May 25, 2021. Puppies will be ready to go in 8 weeks. Pictures will be up on the website by the middle of June and if you are on our waiting list we will be in contact ASAP. We are in the process of getting all the babies DNA sent off. The puppies have already had their tails docked and they will have 2 rounds of shots and 3 rounds of wormer before they leave the farm. They are farm raised and will be well socialized with cattle, and kids. They are located in Pocahontas, AR. They are $550 each a $250 non refundable deposit is required to hold one, the $300 balance is then paid in cash at pick up. Deposits can be mailed to Kalie Seagraves 2047 Hwy 93 Pocahontas, AR 72455. For more information contact Kalie Seagraves 870-810-3651.
We also have an 18 month old female Cowboy Corgi from a litter out of Dottie and Gus that needs to be rehomed. She has been fixed. The issue with her is that she snapped a couple of times at the owners small children. Once was over food, the next time over an empty Capri Sun package. I probably would not recommend her for small children. $200 rehoming fee. Pictures available soon.
WE WOULD LOVE FOR YOU TO PURCHASE A COWBOY CORGI FROM US, HOWEVER ADOPTING AND TRYING TO FIND A RESCUE CORGI OR COWBOY CORGI IS A GOOD OPTION AS WELL. IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO PURCHASE, PLEASE TRY TO FIND A REPUTABLE BREEDER, NOT JUST SOMEONE POSTING PUPPIES ON FACEBOOK. I WOULD STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT THEY
HAVE A WEBSITE. ALSO MAKE SURE THAT THEY HAVE BEEN WORMED AT LEAST TWICE AND HAD AT LEAST 2 ROUNDS OF VACCINATIONS 2 WEEKS APART BEFORE THEY LEAVE THEIR MOTHER. I STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT THE PUPPIES COME WITH A VET CHECK AND THAT REMAIN WITH THEIR MOTHER UNTIL THEY ARE 8 WEEKS OLD. ASK LOTS OF QUESTIONS ABOUT HOW THE PUPPIES ARE RAISED AND IF YOU CAN VISIT. I WOULD ALSO RECOMMEND THAT YOU BUY FARM RAISED PUPPIES. OUR DOGS ARE KENNELED ONLY AT BREEDING FOR A FEW WEEKS AND AFTER THAT THEY ARE FREE TO RUN AND PLAY ON OUR FARM, THEY RIDE WITH US TO CHECK CATTLE AND THEY ENJOY LIFE IN THE COUNTRY. THEY ARE HAPPY AND HEALTHY AND SO ARE THEIR PUPPIES.