Litter Information

I have planned litters for 2022 and 2023 and am accepting email inquiries:

calawynn@outlook.com

 

If you have made it to this page, I hope you have taken the time to read the rest of my website and have otherwise educated yourself on the Pembroke Welsh Corgi breed.

 

Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppies are cute, but they are tenacious and they are not the right breed for every individual and every family. They make excellent family dogs, with adequate training; backed by proper breeding, and continued socialization - especially as puppies. We are experiencing an influx of people who are interested in the breed right now due to the large popularity of corgis on websites such as Instagram.

To re-iterate, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is an intelligent breed that does require a fair amount of both socialization and training. They are NOT a non-shedding breed. If you have any concern at all about shedding, they are frankly (and unfortunately) probably NOT the breed for you. If you are considering adding a Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppy to your home, please akin the experience to having a child or a toddler for 6 months to a year. It is a lot of work, but will be very rewarding. Just like children, puppies absorb all the time and effort you put into them. 

I recommend anyone interested in learning about the breed to purchase the book "The New Complete Pembroke Welsh Corgi" by Deborah S. Harper. It is a great resource on Pembroke Welsh Corgis, with tons of helpful information about the history and origin of the breed as well as tips on training.

All of my puppies are registered with the Canadian Kennel Club, available with limited registration (which means no breeding), and a spay/neuter agreement. Must spay or neuter between 18 months and 2 years of age, ideally. I really do not recommend juvenile spay/neuters. Here is a great fairly short and concise article on why, along with cited references:

Health Risks of Early Spay/Neuter

Temperament is absolutely paramount in my breeding program.

My puppies leave for their new homes at 10 weeks of age. My puppies are raised with Puppy Culture, which later in life does tend to help with a well rounded adult dog (of any breed, but in this case a lovely Pembroke Welsh Corgi). While we socialize the puppies here with as many things as we can safely, puppy socialization within the first 4 months of life is crucially important. Puppies leave for their new homes well socialized, microchipped, and having had at least their first set of shots (some times, two sets). They also receive a complete health exam head to tail by our veterinarian before they go to their new homes. By the time they go to their new homes, they have already been started on an excellent de-worming program and I will advise you how to continue that as adult dogs do need to be wormed three times annually and puppies need to be wormed once a month until 6 months of age.