Frequently Asked Questions
Puppy Price: Litter Depending - ASK
Q: What is your process for being added to the waiting list?
A: Simply Email, Call or Text us and we will be sure to add you to our list. Those who are willing to put down a $250 deposit have priority. Please note we strive for quality puppies, not quantity! IT IS NORMAL TO WAIT 6 or more months for a litter to be born.
Q: Do you ship your puppies?
A: No, we do not ship our puppies! We will gladly meet you in person.
Q: At what age are the puppies ready to go to their new home?
A: 8-9 weeks of age the puppy will be ready for its new home. This may seem like a long time, but remember puppy needs to socialize with its litter-mates and mother to gain confidence and social skills.
Q: What does the puppy come with?
A: One Year Health Guarantee, Microchipped AKC Reunite, UTD Immunizations, Dewormed, Veterinarian Health Certificate, Tails & Dewclaws Removed, Copies of Both Parents Pedigrees, Limited AKC Registration Form, Informational booklets on caring for your new puppy, and a small bag of puppy food being fed to puppy.
Q: Can we come visit the parents or puppies?
A: By appointment only. We will regularly email, text pictures or send you YouTube videos of your puppy's growth & activities.
Q: Do you test for DM, vWD, EIC, Hip Dysplasia ?
A: Please refer to individual results on Sire & Dam page. Hip Dysplasia conducted on our Sires only. Based on our Sire and Dams bloodlines, we are very confident in their offspring's health. We appreciate your judgment as a buyer.
Q: Will you take your puppies back, even at a later age?
A: Yes, if you cannot continue to keep or care for your corgi for whatever reason, we are more than happy to temporarily give them a home until we can properly re-home the corgi. We cannot pay you due to the fact we will personally have a full veterinary exam, administer up to date vaccinations, deworm, provide food, and possible socialization or retraining.
Q: Do you screen potential buyers?
A: We do not have a questionnaire, but we will want to talk to you and get to know your situation that has caused interest in our pups.