We have a very small corgi breeding “operation” with an average of 1-2 litters per year. We have 2 female corgis and a male corgi. We fell in love with the corgi breed because they are super smart, fun and energetic dogs. With their short legs and large “fox ears” and fluffy coat, what’s not to love? If you’re considering a corgi – here’s a great resource to determine if this is the right breed for you.

We have a new litter of Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppies that will be available after February 9!

Our corgi puppies are raised inside our home, are highly socialized with humans of various ages and genders as well as and other animals. They go to their new homes with a puppy pack, current vaccinations, and a health check – available at 8 weeks of age.

Meet the crew:

Born 12/9/19, they were born just before the release of the new star wars movie, so this litter is named with Star Wars themed names. We’ll fill in more details on their personality as well as keep their photos updated as they grow up.

Solo – Male
He’s the most photogenic so far – loves to be in front of a camera 😂 He is the first to wake up from nap time or when he hears humans nearby. Sweet boy.

Rey – Female
Sometimes calm sometimes feisty, enjoys playing, taking naps, and absolutely loves kisses. Super sweet girl and has freckles on her nose! ♥️

Rey at 5 weeks

Skywalker “Sky” – Female
Super sweet, somewhat talkative, loves to snuggle and play. She sometimes just sits and stares endearingly at people – isn’t afraid to growl at her brothers. 🥰💃🏻

TAKEN – Finn – Male
Calm, loves kisses, enjoys belly rubs and snuggles. His white lips are absolutely adorable and this little boy is a big fan of people – social and sweet.