Corenna Pembroke Welsh Corgi Puppies!


Logo created by Art Smith for me.

Puppies are a treasure here! I don't have litters often, when I do, the breeding is carefully planned to ensure healthy well adjusted puppies. Both sire and dam are carefully selected to compliment each other. Both have current health certifications (OFA, CERF, vWD). The puppies are born and raised in my home. They are current on vaccinations, dewormings and are checked by my veterinarian before going into a new home.

Proud mother with her 24 hour old babies

Before you purchase a Corgi puppy, there are several things you need to know. You will be making a commitment for the life of this pup who ultimately will become a member of your family. It is easy to fall for the cute puppy in the store without giving consideration to what the dog will be like when it is an adult. Corgis were originally bred to herd cattle. Because of this, they are a head strong little dog that can be stubborn and think independently. They require consistent, firm (but gentle) training. They can be a loud, energetic dog and they require regular exercise. They shed. They shed. Did I mention, they shed? In case you were wondering, they do shed!


Puppies at 4 weeks of age

My last litter was born on February 6, 2011. It consisted of two red & white boys, two tri colored boys and three red & white girls. Both of the tris were red headed tris.

I am not sure when I will have another litter, it may be a couple years down the road.

The following links will take you to pages where you can watch my last two litters grow from birth up to 12 weeks of age. It is interesting to see how much they change!

Sweet Pea's September 2006 Litter
Deja's February 2011 Litter

Placement Questionnaire



  • Word Placement Questionnaire
  • Word Perfect Placement Questionnaire
  • Adobe Acrobat (PDF) Placement Questionnaire