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Why corgi mixes look like adorable munchkin versions of other dogs

Like Mendel’s peas, but cuter
Swedish Vallhund dog

This doggo is actually a Swedish Vallhund, which is probably a precursor to the Welsh Corgi. But come on—that looks like a stumpy husky or something, doesn't it? He (or she) was too cute not to include.

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It’s very important that you look at these pictures of stumpy-legged doggos. You know, for science.

These good boys and girls are all corgi cross breeds, and people have pointed out that they all seem to look like you took a normally proportioned dog and just chopped off

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