Hi Again, and welcome to Part 3 (You finally made it!) In this part, we will explore WHERE you can get a Furbulous pupper of your own. Currently, I will be covering US and Canada. I will add more resources once I find them. :)
Livin' in The U.S. Of A
The best resource for locating a PUREBRED corgi in the USA is through the Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of America. Here you will find a comprehensive list of Corgi Breeders in the States. By no means is it a guarantee that the dog will be healthy and quality puppies, but it is a great starting point. We suggest you follow the points made in Part 2 so that you can get a happy, healthy puppy as well as a wonderful breeder who will support you through parenthood.
1.A great resource/starting point for RESCUE corgis and corgi mixes in the USA is through the Pembroke Welsh Corgi Rescue Network.
3.Queens Best Stumpy Dog Resue is based in California and you can choose to foster, or adopt any of their lovely corgis and corgi mixes. They place great emphasis on making sure their dogs are the best possible match for you.
4. Your Local Humane Society. There are lots of wonderful, adoptable dogs at your local humane society, and who knows, some of them might be corgi mixes :)
So you're Canadian EH?!
The BEST resource for great Pembroke Welsh Corgi Breeders in Canada is through the Pembroke Welsh Corgi Association (Canada). Again, no guarantees on the health and quality of the puppies, but I have dealt with several of the breeders on the site, and I can attest to the commitment and dedication they have to the Pembroke Welsh Corgi breed. Oh, and Tibby's breeder is on this site too. In my experience, these breeders always have a waiting list, but hey, the best dog is worth waiting for right?
Rescue Puppies/Corgis in Canada, EH
1. Again, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi Association provides a good list of contacts for Rescue Corgis. It is also worthwhile to contact breeders, as from time to time they have adult corgis who need to be rehomed.
2. Take a look at your local Humane Society, and Rescues. In Canada, corgis are still pretty rare, so it might be in your best interest to take a look at the rescues in the US.
Until next time! Peace and Corgis!
-XO Tibby's Mom