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Paws Pattern
Paws Pattern



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Age 8 weeks
Birth Date 5/15/2024
Gender Female
Current Weight 3lb 4oz @ 5.9 weeks
Est Adult Weight 24-30 lbs
Registry AKC
Vaccinations Up-To-Date On All Shots
Vet Inspection (inspected at 8 wks)
Intra Nasal 6/19/2024
Neo Par Vaccine 6/19/2024
Duramune Max 5 7/10/2024
Pyrantel Deworming 2 week intervals
Vet Inspection

Scheduled Appt for 7/25/2024

List of Inspection Points
Skin and coat
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Available 7/26

Puppies can not be picked up or shipped, until they are 8 weeks old and vet checked.
Pembroke Welsh Corgi Breed Info

Pembroke Welsh Corgi Breed Info

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a small breed of dog that is known for their unique physical appearance and friendly personality. They are often referred to simply as "Corgis," and have become increasingly popular over the years, especially due to their popularity with the British Royal Family. 

Corgis are a small breed, typically weighing between 25 and 30 pounds and standing at about 10-12 inches tall at the shoulder. They have a distinctive appearance, with short legs, a long body, and large ears. Their coat is typically short and thick, with a variety of colors including red, sable, black and tan, and fawn. 

One of the reasons that the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is so beloved is because of their friendly and outgoing personality. They are intelligent dogs that love to please their owners and are always up for a game of fetch or a long walk. They are also known for being loyal and protective of their families, making them excellent watchdogs. However, due to their herding instincts, they can sometimes exhibit nipping behaviors, so early socialization and training is important. 

99% of Breeding Parents OFA Certified

OFA testing is an essential component of responsible dog breeding practices. It provides valuable insights into the orthopedic health of breeding dogs, allowing breeders to make informed decisions to improve the well-being of their individual dogs and the overall health of the breed. These tests contribute to the prevention and mitigation of hereditary conditions, promoting a healthier and more resilient canine population.

Puppy Parents with Certification Puppy Parents with CERTIFICATION

Puppies with a guarantee Puppies with a GUARANTEE

10 Year Health Guarantee

The health of your new family member is our primary concern. We take all necessary precautions from vet inspection of our pups to their parents requirement to pass annual exams. If there’s something undiscoverable at 8 weeks of age that later comes up as hereditary or congenital, you’re covered. We stand behind our pups with up to a 10 Year guarantee.

Breeders with integrity Breeders with INTEGRITY

Our breeder partners are our allies in serving the interests of our clients in bringing to market the highest quality puppies available. We seek breeder partnerships that share our concern for social responsibility and the environment. We have a zero tolerance for substandard breeders.

Breeders with commitment Breeders with COMMITMENT

Developing long-term, personal relationships with breeders means we can work closely with the people, who raise the puppies we provide. We frequently visit our breeders to ensure our puppies and the practices used to raise them are always improving. With our breeders, their pets and pups are their main focus and priority.