|We are proud of our dogs and proud to show them to you. We breed trying to improve the breed, bringing together quality dogs in hopes of building on their strengths in the next generation. We are extremely careful in selecting individuals who are compatible in phenotype and genotype. All of our dogs are diligently health tested and those results are made public. Dogs that do not meet those standards are not bred and are removed from the gene pool (i.e. spayed or neutered).|
What we are NOT doing is selling puppies over the Internet!
In every litter, we hope for a puppy or two of show quality. The difference between pet and show potential puppies is usually something as small as a dot of white in the “wrong” place. Their health and temperament are no different. Our goals to prevent or at least breed away from genetic disease and incorrect temperament are the same. They are raised with the same care and concern. A “pet” puppy is not a LESSER puppy.
As you might imagine, placing puppies we have taken such care to bring into this world and raised so conscientiously to be healthy and happy dogs is of great importance to us. If you are interested in adding a KeelMtn Corgi to you family, please feel free to contact us. You may use our Puppy Questionnaire to start off with if you like. The questions we ask are not meant to be intrusive or judgmental. They are merely to help us determine if a KeelMtn Corgi is right for you and your family. This is but an initial step to lifelong relationship between you and your dog. Please, also, feel free to ask us any questions you might have.
A KeelMtn puppy WILL
- be AKC Limited registered
- have age appropriate vaccinations following a modified Dr. Jean Dodds’ protocol
- have been wormed, if necessary
- be microchipped
- be spayed or neutered, or will have to be before registration is released
- have dewclaws removed and tails docked (Pems only, of course!)
- have begun leash, potty, and crate training
- have been Volhard or Hastings puppy aptitude tested
- have a relationship with its breeder who is concerned about its health and welfare for its entire lifetime, not just until the check clears
A KeelMtn puppy WILL NOT:
- be shipped to persons unknown to us
- be sold as “breeding stock”
- be placed before 10 weeks of age
- be placed as a “surprise” present or during the holidays
- be re-sold or re-placed; will be returned to us at any time during its life if it cannot be kept
Fall 2013 Cardigan Welsh Corgi Litter
Please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in more information or to be kept updated.
Pembroke Welsh Corgi Litters
There are no Pembroke Welsh Corgi litters planned at this time.
Spring 2011 Pembroke Litter
Isaboo x Cheery-O
Winter 2009 Pembroke Litter
Chris x Cheery
Can you guess I like Tri-umph corgis? My first show dog came from Marian Johnson Your (now a trusted mentor and good friend), and my first owner-handled champion, as well as our Cheery-O, who bred by the late Lucy Clem but who is mostly Tri-umph as well. How excited was I when Marian suggested we give her young Chris x Cheery a try? His health stats alone are something to be excited about – hips prelimed excellent, CERF and Vwd clear, fluff free, and N/N for degenerative myelopathy.
Their “southern sayings” litter was born on December 13th, 2009. Cheery delivered 2 boys (1 sable, 1 tri) and 6 girls (5 sable, 1 tri) – all big and healthy. Cheery was a fantastic mother, keeping everybody fed, warm, and spotlessly clean, it was amazing! Four of the 8 have showed themselves to be show prospects and, after much discussion and sorting out, all except my keeper have gone to wonderful homes!
Thanks to all my helpers, mentors, and cheerleaders who made this litter such a happy and exciting experience for me! Cheery is back in pre-whelping form, busy keeping our yard safe from squirrels and any other critters fool-hardy enough to venture into her world.