Same rules still apply. Corgi's just have more 'fat' around their bones but the internal structure is still the same. There's a difference between drawing the right but with lots of fur or fat to cover things up and drawing it the wrong way.
I have a hard time drawing dogs actually looking like dogs, they always come out (without a ref) cat-ish. I've decided I'll draw one cat and one dog a day to be able to draw them both looking what they actually are, and this will help me a lot on the way
Extremely helpful. I have an awful time getting the front legs right because of how skinny canine legs are and how easily you can see when something's wrong (where as with felines it's a bit easier to fudge. ). Thank you for this. :3