We have a very small corgi breeding “operation”. We have 2 female corgis and a male corgi (our Merle corgi’s son). We fell in love with the corgi breed because they are super smart, fun and energetic dogs. With their short legs, 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.
Our pretty girl, is a sweet, kid-loving, hug-giving, talkative corgi that has made best friends with our backyard ducks (well… the mallard, she chases the female khaki Campbell duck into the water for fun)
She has super-soft, thick fur that we attribute to the many eggs she steals from our ducks. She loves car rides but rather than begging for the window down, she tends to enjoy them curled up in the backseat.
Aloe’s parents were Otis, AKC registered male Red & White and Lottie an unregistered (possibly CKC but not sure) Tri-colored corgi.
Our handsome boy, Beasley is a fun-loving, fit-having (this is what we call his vocal reaction to being “over it”), hard-working bee assistant.
Beasley is an easy-going guy and loves to run, play, and sleep on his back with his feet in the air. Beasley loves car rides and spends them either on the floorboard, in his perch above the toolbox, or with his head out the window.
He’s a nearly 40 pound, dense and muscular corgi. He was the only child of his mother Miel (our Merle corgi) and her boyfriend Elvis (a bluie tri-color with long hair out of Cameron, Texas).
Ivy is our newest mama. She’ll have her first litter coming up in 2022. She has proven to be a great big sister and nanny to Aloe and Beasley’s babies and we know she’ll make a great mama dog.
She has super-soft fur, a wagging tail and is a solid red and white. Ivy is a super playful pup who loves meeting new dog friends as well as human friends. She’s talkative and friendly and loves to snuggle.
Ivy’s parents are Beasley and Aloe. The father of her litters will be a stud from another breeder.
Miel was is our first corgi, she was raised by a breeder in West Texas and were told she was crossed with a Cardigan Welsh Corgi somewhere a few generations before her parents. (we’ve included their photos below) She has had a single puppy – Beasley.
We do not dock tails. If you would like your corgi’s tail docked please get with us prior to the litter being born so we can make arrangements ahead of time. (We will schedule the tail to be docked immediately after birth by our veterinarian) To reserve dogs with docked tails, payment must be made in advance of the litter and the cost of the tail docking will be added to the invoice.
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 7-8 weeks of age.
We require a nonrefundable deposit to reserve your puppy – this is applied to the total cost of the pup upon pickup. Final payment is due in cash upon pickup of your puppy, or Venmo/PayPal made no later than 5 days in advance of puppy pickup.
Potty training: We use cloth puppy pads and folded towels (I personally avoid plastic-y things) I always suggest temporarily pulling up rugs while you continue to potty train. Here are some potty training resources:
Puppy Shot Schedule – you will need to complete the puppy shot schedule to ensure their health
I’ve included some puppy training videos, there are some great YouTube dog trainers that can help you address challenges and train your dog to your preferences. Corgis are herding dogs and love to have jobs and things to do. Corgis love training and will often learn quickly with consistency. I’ve included some videos for general puppy training as well as to address more common corgi challenge traits.
We have 1-2 litters per year. Here are some of our previous litter pages: