As of January 9, 2022 we have a litter of pups born December 8, 2021.
Pictured at left is Pickles with her litter of pups. Our new litter is from Pickles and Zippy.
In late fall 2020 we made the decision to stop docking our puppy tails. That means that all our puppies will have their natural long tails. We have been docking tails on all our pups for 24 years except for a couple of pups that we kept for breeding. We love the expressive tails of these pups and after witnessing the pain and distress that the pups go through at 3-5 days of age when their tails are docked we stopped. The US is one of the only countries that continues to allow tail docking. It is banned in the UK, Scandinavia and the EU and Australia. We will be posting pictures here on our web site of our corgis with tails if you want to see what they look like. There is also a Facebook Group: corgis with tails.
If you would like to be considered for one of our pups please fill out our puppy applicationwhich will then be sent to email@example.com email and you will receive an introductory email from us explaining our adoption process.
Please check out our references pages to see adopted pups and read the reviews from their owners