Do Corgis Shed?


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Corgis do shed, and this breed sheds a lot during the warmer seasons. The corgi has two layers of fur, a long top layer and a thick under layer. These two layers shed frequently, especially as the weather warms up and the corgi doesn't need the insulation provided by the bottom layer.

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Daily vacuuming is necessary for corgi owners, or the hair can build up on the floor and furniture. A corgi does not need frequent baths, but daily brushing can help reduce the amount of shedding. During heavy seasonal shedding, daily brushing and weekly baths can help to reduce the amount of fur shed.

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