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Updated October 24, 2014
**Pupdate** October 24, 2014
Unfortunately, the fall litter I had planned didn't take. Daisy's ultra sound showed no puppies.
The next litter I'm planning will be due about April and ready for new homes about June. This will be a litter out of Daisy, with a yet undetermined sire. Daisy and Dash are just too close & aren't working out. I'll keep you posted as we get closer!
~ rescueme.org is a great place to check for dogs and puppies needing new homes for a variety of reasons. You can search for specific breeds by area. Check it out!
So Cal Corgis is located in beautiful Chino, in Southern California. Much time, effort and planning goes into producing healthy, social, athletic family dogs that can show and work competitively in conformation, agility, herding, obedience...any activity you may be interested in - including couch potatory and lap doggery.
Our dogs are included in all aspects of our lives and spend time with our horses, cats, chickens, other dogs and people. They attend & enjoy herding training, show in conformation and rally, and 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. Please come back often, as the site is updated regularly.
I breed a very limited number of litters, please contact me if you're interested in a puppy. I do NOT ship puppies. If you're ready for a new bestie now, I can direct you to a breeder or rescue that has puppies or dogs available and may have one ready for you.
I love to hear from you! Thank you to those who have sent messages. Our pets are such a huge part of our lives and it's great to hear from others that feel the same.
Please know, I strongly encourage adopting from a shelter or rescue. If you do not require a dog with the specific characteristics of a Pembroke Welsh Corgi (which can vary quite a bit from dog to dog in the breed), then one of the many dogs in need of a home may be a perfect choice for you. These dogs are often housebroken and have some training, and the temperament of an older dog is better known. There are even pure bred Corgis available from time to time. If you are looking for a working dog, show dog, or a wonderful family pet with maybe a little more background information, then a pedigreed and health-screened dog may be the right choice. I can help with your decision, offer referrals, and am happy to have you come meet my dogs and see different personalities in this breed.
I expect to place our sweet puppies in forever homes. Understandably, circumstances can change, and I will happily take back any of our puppies/dogs under any circumstances - in fact, I require that I have first right of refusal 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.
Please read this great article! It's well-written and contains important Corgi information: