The Pembroke Welsh Corgi breed of dog was once used for cattle herding due to it’s active and intelligent nature. These days they are mostly a much-loved pet and one that even the Queen herself approves of and I am pretty sure she would also approve of these ten corgi gift ideas…
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Don’t ever show your real Corgi this as they do have a tendency to overeat anything they can get their teeth into.
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Your sideboard or mantelpiece could become a shrine for all things Corgi, so why not start with one of these statues.
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You will need to save a lot to get a real Corgi so a money box is pretty much a necessity.
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You would have to be barking mad to wear this, but if you love your Corgis that much this will certainly show people how you feel.
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How much stuff can you get in a Corgi’s head? It turns out that it is quite a bit with lots of hidden pockets for more private things.
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Show the people who visit your house you really love your Corgi’s with this dog-friendly doormat.
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I think they looked more like foxes to me, but apparently, they are indeed Corgi slippers. I bet the Queen has a pair of these somewhere in the Palace.
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I love the fact that they have made this cuddle plush Corgi so round, just like the real dogs with their winter coats on.
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The Queen loves her Corgi’s so much she got designer Chris Collicot to make a collection piece from them. With several names to collect they are expensive, but a lovable nodding dog collection.
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If you can’t afford to hug the real dog, why not get one of these roll pillows. Besides, it will save a fortune on pet bills if you got one of these instead!