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How much does a corgi cost?

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Based on the lineage of a specific dog, Pembroke Welsh corgis generally cost around $800 or $900, but pricing can vary from breeder to breeder. Some breeders charge as much as $1,200 for a purebred corgi.

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How much does a corgi cost?
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Purchasing a Pembroke Welsh corgi puppy is a 12 to 15 year commitment, as this is how long they typically live. Besides the purchase price, there are numerous other expenses to consider when raising a dog. One should consider the initial price, food and veterinary expenses, and the time and energy required to raise a dog when determining an approximate total cost of ownership.

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