Corgis are generally very low-maintenance in the grooming department. Besides the day-to-day shedding, they also completely shed their coat twice a year during the change of seasons in Summer and Winter.
Brushing your corgi daily is a simple way to keep the loose hairs in check and help to prevent matting and knots that can be painful and difficult to remove. Bathing your corgi on a regular schedule is also helpful to loosen dead hairs from the coat and keep them from becoming too oily. If your lifestyle keeps you from completing bathing on your own, you can set aside a budget to take them to a professional groomer monthly.
As with all breeds, the Corgi’s nails should be trimmed regularly, their teeth brushed, and ears checked to be sure they are clean and healthy.