Welcome!
Updated August 26, 2015


So Cal Corgis is located in beautiful Chino, in Southern California.  Much time, effort and planning goes into our Pembroke Welsh Corgi breeding program.  Our goal is to produce healthy, social, athletic family dogs that can show and work competitively in conformation, agility, herding, obedience...any activity you may be interested in - including part-time couch potatory and lap doggery.  Plus, they're easy on the eye!  Our dogs are tested for health issues that Corgis are prone to, and bred accordingly.  DNA tested for degenerative myelopathy (DM) - a disease of the spinal cord, Von Willebrand's Disease (VWd) - a bleeding disorder,  and progressive retinal atrophy (PRA) - an eye disease that leads to blindness.  Hips are x-rayed and certified by the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) to rule out hip dysplasia .

Great nutrition, EXERCISE, love and attention are my priorities for my family - Humans and Corgis.
 
We are ACTIVE and spend lots of time with our dogs.  They are included in all aspects of our lives.  They have horses, cats, chickens, and other dog and people friends.  They attend & enjoy herding & barn hunting training and events, show in conformation and rally and hike and jog with the family.  Sookie is in training to be a Diabetic Alert Dog.  She's a NATURAL and has reminded me several times to check my blood sugar.
 
I breed only a small number of litters.  Please contact me if you're interested in a puppy.  If you're ready for a new bestie now, I may be able to direct you to a breeder or rescue that has puppies or dogs available and may have one ready for you.

I do not ship puppies.
 
I expect to place our sweet puppies in forever homes.  Understandably, circumstances can change.  I'm always here to help.  I will happily take back any of our puppies/dogs under any circumstances - in fact, I ask that I be contacted before any puppies/dogs are re homed.  Refunds may be given in accordance with the situation.  A copy of my Puppy Sales Agreement is located at the bottom of the "Puppies" page.

I'm happy to answer any questions you may have about my dogs and Corgis in general, and I can refer you to fun activities in the So Cal area that you and your Corgi will love!

Thanks for stopping by.  Please come back often, as the site is updated regularly!

-Suzi Duarte

This is a great article on the effects of spaying/neutering your dog:

http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/three-reasons-to-reconsider-spayneuter/

Pupdate! 

Darcy's puppies are 4 weeks old.  All four of these beautiful puppies are spoken for.

Puppy cam coming soon!
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