Corman Shepherd

Country of Origin USA
Breed Group Crossbreed
Breed Type Companion Dog, Watchdog, Guard Dog
Other Names German Shepherd Corgi Mix
Coat Short, Average, Dense
Color Brown, White, Black and Gold
Height 12-15 inches
Weight 20-70 pounds (both Female and  Male)
Size Medium
With pets Good
With other Dogs Moderate
Good for children Acceptable (better with adequately Socialized)
As family Pet Excellent (with proper Training)
For first-time owners Yes
Intelligence High
Barking Low to Moderate
Hypoallergenic No
Behavioral Traits Intelligent, Loyal, Friendly and Alert
Life Span 10-15 years
Grooming Requirements Moderate
Shedding High to Moderate
Brushing Once a Day
Ideal Brushes Slicker Brush, Win- Pin Brush
Sensitivity(Touchiness) No
Tolerant to Aloneness Moderate ( Loves to stay with owners)
Tolerance to Heat Moderate to Good
Tolerance to Cold Excellent
A Roamer Low
A Chaser Low
Good for Apartment Dwelling Good (will require enough exercise opportunities outside)
Exercise Needs High
Trainability Easy to train
Tendency to Obese Moderate
Major Health problems Bloating, Eye Problems, Joint Dysplasia
Appetite Big ( Then tend to eat)
Feeding ¾ to 1 ½ Cup Dry Food
Puppy Price $300-$800
Medical Expense $450-$650
Non-Medical Expense $400-$600

Corman Shepherd is a German shepherd and Corgi mix. It is a crossbreed, and not much is known about its history. It inherits the size of Corgi and looks of Alsatian Dog (German shepherd).

Corman Shepherd puppies are very intelligent and smart enough to amuse their owners. They are very protective of their property and their family members, much like its parents. This quality makes them an ideal watchdog. With their pleasing personality, they are active and also go well with kids and other pets. They are obedient enough but have a craving for love and care from its family. Leaving them alone regularly for longer duration makes them aggressive and suffers from separation anxiety.

German shepherd and Corgi mix puppies are very active and require a proper exercising schedule. Long walks twice a day will be ideal for sufficient time for playtime in a fenced yard or Dogs Park will be adequate. Additionally, providing with puzzle toys will work as a psychological stimulant.

Their dense coat requires regular brushing. Every day cleaning will clean mats and tangles and keep the coat in shape.  Bathe them when they are incredibly filthy. Trim their nails at regularly, long nails will be painful for walking. Additionally, clean their ears every week to prevent infections at bay.

It is a healthful breed with no specific health problems. But there are few problems which it inherits from its parents. They are listed below

Major Problems

  • Eve Problems
  • Bloating
  • Back Pain
  • Joint dysplasia
  • Cancer
  • Obesity
  • Allergies

Occasional Tests

  • Eye checkup
  • Joint and hip X-rays
  • Blood Tests

However, to prevent genetically transmitted health issues, owners must visit veterinarian once or twice a year.

These full grown or puppies are attention seekers, but too much expectation will affect its psychological health. Hence, it is crucial to teach them to stay alone. Start with basics, leave it for 10-15 minutes and gradually increase the time frame, it will adjust accordingly. They are very selfish of their owners, and it needs to be associated with other persons. For instance, if there are two people in the room, make it sit close to both and give it a treat, it will enjoy the presence of another person.  Command training like, “sit,” “yes,” “no,” come,” etc. will help in communication. Obedience training and early socialization will also make lessen their aggression and help to mix correctly with other people.

They love eating, but ¾ or 1 ½ cups of dry foods will be adequate. Homemade food is optional as it contains a high nutritional value. Diving meals into two halves will improve digestion and reduce craving for food.


Siberian Shepherd

Country of Origin USA
Breed Group CrossBreed
Breed Type Watch Dog,
Other Names Gerberian Shepsky
Coat Thick and soft hair
Color Black and Brown, Red, Blue, Cream, Grey, Golden
Height  20 to 25 inches
Weight 45 to 88 pounds
Size Large
With pets Moderate To Good, Needs Socialization
With other Dogs Good to very good
Good for children Very good with socialization
As family Pet  Very Good
For first-time owners Moderate to Good
Intelligence Good
Barking Moderate To High
Hypoallergenic No
Behavioral Traits Calm
Life Span 10-13 years
Grooming Requirements Moderate
Shedding Moderate to moderate high
Brushing At least twice a week, if not daily
Ideal Brushes Comb
Sensitivity(Touchiness) Fairly Sensitive
Tolerant to Aloneness Moderate
Tolerance to Heat  Moderate – not extreme
Tolerance to Cold Very Good to excellent
A Roamer Moderate
A Chaser Good
Good for Apartment Dwelling No
Exercise Needs Fairly high
Trainability Very good to excellent
Tendency to Obese Moderate
Major Health problems  Cancer, a blood disorder, bloat, epilepsy
Appetite Healthy Appetite
Feeding 25% protein in foods containing grains and 30% of the protein in grain free food
Puppy Price $350 -$850
Medical Expense $485-$600
Non-Medical Expense $930-$1100

Siberian shepherd is a mix breed of Siberian husky and German shepherd. The buyer should check some of the reputable breeders, before buying this cross breed dog. Creation of this breed is done in the year of 1980s, with increasing popularity of hybrid dogs. To understand more about this designer dog, look at the parents which is this case is Siberian husky and German shepherd.

Siberian Shepherd

It is a loyal, intelligent and active dog that is also very social. His calmness and loyalty make him a great family unit pet, but his intelligence, strength, and compliance make him a great work dog also. Used in a variety of roles including search and rescue, police work military, acting, scouting, guard dogs and more. Training is highly successful with them. They can bark a lot though and howl particularly when left alone and they are wary of strangers. As mentioned there is usually a dominant side to them; he will be more like the Husky in temperament or lean towards the German shepherd.

This breed is a playful, loving and gentle one when it leans to the husky heritage. Due to the independent nature, they are loyal to family and can be harder to house train. To establish them as a pack leader, their owners need to be firm. They will not take their protective nature too far, with early socialization.

It becomes very energetic and playful, as it leans to its German shepherd heritage. It needs lots of exercises. They are very vocal. To stimulate the mental activity, it requires physical training and is intelligent at the same time.

This breed requires walk on a daily basis and a tug of war, fetch game healthy. Running and walking is also necessary.

They experience EPI, a blood disorder, eye problem, dwarfism, eczema, joint dysplasia and other diseases.