One of my favorite scenes about the corgis involve the corgi's owner vigorously brushing the dog. It literally looks like a snowstorm hitting the TV screen.
And I like it when they summarize the breed, they say "seasonal shedding" may be an issue for some. Seasonal shedding?! Unless your season goes from Jan-June then July to Dec.
Seriously, for those of you who don't have one or are considering one, don't buy into that "seasonal shedding" crap! That's corgi owners' secret code word to lure unsuspecting people to jump onto the corgi bandwagon *evil chuckle*.
It's true that they "blow coat" (change their undercoat) twice a year when the season change, but you can expect quite a bit of ongoing shedding, enough to keep your Roomba very busy throughout the year.
As a tribute to this endearing quality of our corgis, I furminated him this morning and took a photo to commemorate what I call the corgi snowstorm. If I collect all the fur that he's shedded since we got him, I could have made myself a very nice fur coat for this winter :D