Talk about cute! I've named my corgi "Carmel" to stick with the old food names. It's a very hard body (like the old Meatloaf, but a lot softer) but can move! Which I think it pretty neat. And has the new magnet mouth, comes with a bone and an embroidered star on the back left foot. (All of the dogs come with the same bone) I give the Corgi an A+. ETA: Please note that the "Corgi Puppy" only comes with the Corgi puppy and the bone. The Leash and Collar were bought separately for $12.
The Corgi Puppy is adorable! LGZLuvzAG's review is very thorough, but I'll just add some more of my own pics. The puppy has a hard body, and I find that the "pose-ability" factor is rather limited; you can move the front and hind legs back and forth a little. You can feel that the mold underneath has the legs connected separately, but they can only move so far once constrained by the outer "skin." Don't let that deter you, though! This is one of the cutest pets AG has ever made! The fur is very soft, the expression is adorable, and I love that they brought back the magnetic toy. I was not into AG when they first did this with Coconut and the pets, but when I saw it in Meg's guide I always thought it was such a cute concept.
Corgi Puppy Item# BKB79 Every American Girl® doll loves a playful pet—and this cute corgi puppy is just waiting for a good home. She has soft fur and a body that can be posed in different positions. A magnet in her mouth lets her hold a favorite toy. $28
I purchased this little guy in St. Louis in July 2014. I knew as soon as we saw the leaked pictures of him, that I'd be getting him, since he doesn't look like any of the pets AG has made before! He is hardbodied, but I really like the leg movement and I love that they brought the magnetic mouths back!!
Overall: A I really like this little guy! (I named him Butterscotch.) I don't like him quite as much as the dalmatian, but he is really cute and I'm glad that I got him!
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