DBR , IDCR
Living with a Chigi
Personality: One of the most well natured dogs, very friendly will go up to people that dont approach them. Likes other dogs as well.
Family Dog: The Chigi makes a good family dog for older children or children who are taught how to not handle a dog roughly.
Shedding: The Chigi is a low to moderate shedding dog.
Behavior: The Chigi can be a little high strung mixin the nerves of the Chihuahua with the herding instincts of a Corgi.
Barking: Very little barking, only when stragers approach( deffinatly the cory side)
Exercise: The Chigi loves a good romp in a safe, fenced in area. They do need a a moderate amount of exercise to channel their herding instinct.
Physical Ability: The Chigi is very agile and an amazingly fast runner.
Living Conditions: The Chigi is definitely an indoor dog.
Appearance: The Chigi resembles a smaller version of the Corgi. Some say they can have the resembalance of a fox.
Size: The Chigi can weigh up to 13 pounds when fully grown.
Companionship: The Chigi makes an excellent companion dog. They are very loyal but can be needy at times, this dog love's attention, and affection
Eyes: The eyes of the Chigi are brown in color.
Ears: The ears of the Chigi can be large like the Chihuahuas'.
Body: The Chigi has a small body with a deep barrel chest and short legs.
Gait: The Chigi runs like a rabbit with both back feet off the ground at one time.
Tail: The tail of the Chigi is carried high, plummed like the Corgi's and curved like the Chihuahua's.
Color: The coat of the Chigi can be brown and black with a little white with markings similar to the Corgi.
Coat: The coat of the Chigi is silky, short and full.
Characteristics: The Chigi may have both the nervous disposition of a Chihuahua and the herding instincts of Corgi.
Allergies: The Chigi may have seasonal skin allergies.
Skin Health: The Chigi may have sensitive skin.
Ear Health: The Chigi's ears need to be cleaned often.
Dental Health: The Chigi should have their teeth brushed often.
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