23 Corgi Butts!

Certain Corgis have tails, while others do not (which confirms to breed standards) However, regardless of how their tails appear like, their tiny behinds are hilarious!

Corgis are one of the 15th most loved breed within the US and for great reason! Labradors are the most popular place, followed by German Shepherds, Golden Retrievers, Bulldogs and Beagles. However it is true that the Corgi is an excellent pet if you want an equidistant dog. The Cardigan as well as the Pembroke variants are renowned because of their adorable behinds.

The two dogs with smaller sizes that are above Corgis are the Corgi include those of the French Bulldog and the Dachshund in terms of small dogs’ popularity. It is possible to claim that Beagles are in the similar size category however, are they as cute and furry? It’s up to you to decide by these adorable fluffy butts!

Corgi Butts

Shiny Coat On A Walk

Another red Corgi with a tail that was probably to be docked (you can tell by the cute tiny stub). Short-tailed Corgis are genetically bred and make up a tiny portion of the breed normal. A few more fluffy butts to brighten up your day!

Fluffy Guy Loves The Road

What’s not to love about the cute Corgi from behind, sat on a dirt path? This adorable dog has the classic Corgi color and does not have any tail. It’s possible that the tail wasn’t there at the time of birth or could be docked while the Corgi was a young. Corgis are available in five colors , and typically have white mixed in with their color coat. The Corgi that is described as to be a “red” Corgi, which does not have any obvious black hairs.

Pair Playing With A Ball

There is nothing more charming than a couple of Corgis playing together with ball. This is a typical red Corgi and the black tricolored dog with his tail in good condition. We’d like to be there to watch these two have an a bit rowdy with the ball! What do you think?

Mischief In The Snow

Mischief! Who wouldn’t want to be around when this adorable dog is outside in the snow, having a blast and playing around! There are many dogs who absolutely enjoy snow, it’s crucial to be aware that you shouldn’t let your dog out out in cold temperatures for long periods of time. It’s now illegal in certain States and your dog could be afflicted with frostbite or other injuries caused by cold. In the end playing in the snow is an excellent way to burn your energy levels up!

Fluffy And Dressed For Show

Okay, who really wears their dog’s clothes? There are certain dogs who are thinking “what the heck” when they’re dressed however this photo was so cute that we couldn’t resist sharing it! The adorable little Red Corgi appears to be enjoying a great time walking around the neighborhood and is wearing something that will keep her warm on her walk!

Hanging With My Homies

The adorable dog appears like he’s having the best time with his pet owners! This is a typical red corgi, and the color is simply adorable. Corgis personalities are funny, particularly when they lay on their backs with their legs spread out as they do! This makes them extra cute!

Linoleum Flooring vs Cuteness

This is a cute and red Corgi on old flooring made of linoleum. If Corgis weren’t cute enough. This one needed to show its owner that they can make better use of flooring space than the present flooring that their owner chose to put for their kitchen. We hear you pup!

Walking On Water

The little dog decided to give it a go in walking across water! Evidently, this adorable pup discovered a piece of land to play on in the lake nearby however, this is a lot cute than the dog who decided to cause some trouble on the frozen ground!

Fascinated By Beyond

The dog is clearly attracted by something happening from the other side of the walkway. A red Corgi with gorgeous color split across the head , with a mix of white and black. This is a cute little dog that we would love to meet in person!

Some Adorable Paws

This Corgi shares the same concept like his pal on the tiles of linoleum. Your butt is more adorable than the floor that you’re currently sitting on. It’s true that it will make us want to go up to give you a gentle back rub to show you that we love how cute you are. And, take a look at how cute the paws look! Keep on doing you Mr. Corgi, keep on doing you.

Puppies And Cowboy Boots

Corgi puppy tucks into cowboy boots! Who would not love a puppy really? This puppy is adorable, and is probably not more than a few months old. I’m pretty sure he’s close to fitting completely inside one of those boots , if the choice was to get into some trouble!

Just Plain Adorable

More puppies! It’s difficult enough to not be a lover of every puppy. But it’s nearly impossible to love enough of every Corgi puppy. They’re so small and alive. They’re also very intelligent dogs that can master tricks quickly, particularly when you begin training correctly from a young age.

Just Plain Adorable Version 2

From a certain angle they look like rabbit tails! This is a very common way of Corgis sleep. Do you lay in the same way and feel more comfortable? Although mastiffs lie in odd postures, lying on their legs sprawled out across the floor is not one of their top choices!

Up to No Good

Do you prefer Corgis with their tails docked or with longer tails? The longer tail makes the little red Corgi appear like an elk! We’re sure that the expression he’s showing us suggests he’s going to be in a lot of trouble, and we is absolutely adorable when he does it! The tail is adorable and is making us want to get out and get one an entire tail and begin telling people that it’s an Fox!

Pretty Tri Color

This adorable tri-colored Corgi is just out doing his thing. The three-colored dogs are extremely unique. This one is truly distinctive, with the usual soft and white Corgi backside we’ve all been accustomed to and adore.

Fluffy Snow Play

The little dog has a perfectly intact tail and is playing alongside his pet. Playing in the snow can be an enormous amount of fun if played in moderate amounts. Corgis excel in catching and fetching, and they love the game. They are shepherding dogs and such activities aid in reducing any reckless energy they could carry.

Tri-Colored Pup In The Grass

The adorable tri-colored dog is enjoying a much-needed nap and relaxation on real summer grass. The dog is referred to as tri-color due to the presence of black in its red fur you can observe across its back. It’s a gorgeous colored Corgi!

Welshie In The Park

Again, we have another adorable dog that appears to be doing something wrong! It’s still adorable and another great illustration of an adorable red Corgi showing off his back. The adorable dog is too happy to be a part of the crowd and make lots of new friends to cause trouble in the park!

More Grass R&R

What a cute adorable backside fur? It’s another red Corgi and it is evident by the absence of any black fur at all, despite the color of his back. This is a very well-behaved dog who will just lie at the playground and play with her owner for the entire afternoon, after having fun with the other dogs at the park!

Three Little Butts

What about not just three, but one or two gorgeous backsides? Three red Corgis are out in the fields just where the majority of us would like to were at this right now! The three adorable dogs have some of the cutest teeth we’ve ever seen, and it shows that sometimes one puppy just isn’t enough!

Hanging With A Buddy

Who said that just because you’re not alike does not mean you aren’t close? They are the best of friends and they show it when out walking together. The adorable tri-colored puppy is still wearing his tail and appears to head off to take a sheep.

More Adorable Puppy Butt

What better way to end this thread with a few more adorable puppy snouts? This puppy is simply adorable and it’s not surprising that how many people are in love with the pint-sized dogs. The coloring of this dog is nearly full-on red with a tiny bit of black and white on the snout. This is a great example that Corgis are adorable from the time they are born!

Final Thoughts

Corgis are among the most adorable dogs around and these photos show that! If you’re not looking for an Corgi then we’re pretty sure you’ll be considering one in the near future! My husband has been telling me that Corgis are our “retirement dog.” Corgi will be our “retirement dog” when we become too old and no longer have mastiffs or big dogs for a while. They’re the perfect mix of cuteness and sass.

Becky Roberts

Becky Roberts

One of Becky's favourite things to do every morning is to browse the top pet-related forums, looking for issues and questions that people have. She then shortlists the most common ones, and turns them into blog posts for Fuzzy Rescue. She's had over 4 cats and 2 dogs over the past decade, so she does know a thing or 2 about raising/training, and more importantly, loving them. She's the only one on our team that doesn't like coffee, but it seems to us she really doesn't need more energy :). We're very fortunate to have her on board as she does most of the heavy listing for the site, outputting an insane amount of content each month. Read More

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