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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Sep. 6, 2000
    Decatur, GA

    Default Does anyone know of a reputable breeder of Cardigan Welsh Corgis?

    I am thinking of getting another one. My family was owned by a beautiful brindle named "Gayla". She lived to be 16 and she was just the best friend ever. I am thinking of looking again. Know anyone?
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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Aug. 12, 2005
    Sunny CA.


    Check the AKC website for breeder referrals. There's also a whole series of shows coming up in January in FL. - if they are close to you, you'd likely find breeders to speak to. I don't know exactly where they all are located, know some are in Brooksville? Not sure where that is.

  3. #3
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    Feb. 17, 2000
    Berlin, CT


    The breeder I got my first Cardi from has a couple of puppies available. She is out in California, I'll send you a PM with her information. I'm considering getting a puppy from this litter myself!
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  4. #4
    Join Date
    Jul. 3, 2002


    Vivian Moran in Waddy, KY.

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Nov. 6, 2001


    cardiridge in MO. I have a wonderful male black/white from Marla. Card is are wonderful dogs.

  6. #6
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    May. 23, 2005


    I have a litter of Pembroke's and one buyer asked to keep the tail on because she really wanted a Cardigan .

  7. #7
    Join Date
    Jan. 12, 2008


    The Cardigan club of America has a list of FL breeders:
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  8. #8
    Join Date
    Sep. 16, 1999
    Ohio: Charter Member - COTH Hockey Clique & COTH Buffy Clique


    yes, my former barn owner (former only because I do not have a horse at the moment). She doesn't breed often at all unfortunately. She had a GORGEOUS litter this summer. She kept one of the males as the sire of the litter died within a few days of the pregnancy being confirmed. I don't know if she has plans to go outside to a stud dog and breed anything anytime soon, or wait til Baxter grows up. her contact info is on her website --
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  9. #9
    Join Date
    Nov. 15, 2005
    Eastern Shore, MD


    I'm a member of the Chesapeake Cardigan Welsh Corgi Club up here in the MidAtlantic - and so I know a bunch of folks in this area who breed Cardis. (I have three myself, and my folks have 2 - I do agility, primarily, and several of my dogs are breeder placements/rescues, so I'm not as familiar with the folks who are breeding for conformation dogs or who do a lot of herding as I am with the agility/obedience folks.)
    Our club's list of breeders:
    (I know most of them, I think.)
    I also know a couple of folks in the PA/NJ area who do lots of performance, so I see them and their dogs at agility and obedience trials -
    Beth Magnus is great - her kennel is Hedgerow, Sue Stephon (Tayken) is wonderful, and Donna Lundquist's Corwynt dogs do a ton of performance work - and I think they're all pretty successful in the breed ring as well, I just know them through agility!

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