Research the Breed
If you have decided to welcome a purebred Welsh Corgi Pembroke in your family, the very first step that we recommend is researching the breed. Corgis are not for everyone, as they are a breed that needs training and dedicated exercise time every day . In general they are very strong minded. You have to be able to handle their stubbornness and their activity level, if it is a high one. They can be barky, disobedient, they shed a lot. They were bred for cattle herding who needed the energy to work. You have to be sure that you are able to provide the time and love needed to raise a well trained Corgi.
Find the Right Breeder
Every Breeder has a different philosophy and a preferred type. This does not make one breeder wrong or right, but helps you decide if this is the right breeder for you and your family.
If you’ve decided that we are the right breeder for you, then get in touch! We are a small kennel that does health screening and breeds dogs selectively. This means that we do not breed to fill the demand of our waiting list. We are breeding with a lot of research before every litter and choosing the sires and dams for our puppies with much care. Our dogs are working, have a high/medium activity level. We are working with our dogs, so don’t expect their pups will be sitting in a corner.
Puppies are chosen by us and the future families together, taking care to do good matches between the puppy and its new family. We don’t normally do any sort of standardized temperament testing because we are around the puppies so much, and we can see everything about them in a more natural environment and to get a complex view about every puppy.
All Puppies get a vet checkup around 7-8 weeks old. The puppies are dewormed for prevention of parasites several times and vaccinated.
The future family will receive a Puppy Training Protocol with instructions and recommendations from us for the future with the puppy. This includes information like: Puppy Proofing, Feeding/Water, Socialization/ Training, Potty Training, Vaccinations/Deworming, Flea/Tick Preventation, and other things that we feel are important and useful to know when getting a new puppy!
We choose our future babies owners with big care.
We care and we want the best for them! Keep that in mind 🙂