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Above you will find the latest Welsh Corgi puppies which we have for sale. At times we may only have a few Welsh Corgi available so we do hope you check back soon to find and locate your new furry best friend! Should there not be any Welsh Corgi puppy listings shown, please complete the form accordingly to register your interest in buying an Welsh Corgi.
Dear Sandor, Thank you, thank you, thank YOU for providing us with such a wonderful and healthy puppy! “Chopper” has been with us for a week now and he loves his new home! He has a big backyard to run around and play in. He loves to cuddle up in my lap and as soon as he’s asleep I have to sneak away from him! I can’t thank you enough for the reliable and great service you provided us! I’d […]
Check this pup out. Doubled his weight to twenty pounds in nineteen days! Housebroken since the third day, he iis magnificent. Thank you Euro Puppy :-)
Hi Eddie We’ve had MacGyver (Liam) for a couple of months now and we could not be happier. He’s the best dog in the world and we could not have asked for anything more. He is the perfect companion and everyone loves him when we take him out. We just wanted to thank you for helping us with everything. Thanks, Danielle
Dear Sandor, Dear Mario, Our puppy has arrived safe and sound today morning. Seemed a bit frightened and quiet but he is adjusting now. I had cleaned his crate out and then put a fresh towel in it for him to sleep in the night. He has had his breakfast already before I left for work and will be having lunch shortly. Sabrina is with him all day and is going to be with him all day for the next […]
About Welsh Corgi Breed
There are two breeds of Welsh corgis, the Cardigan and the Pembroke, each named for the county in Wales where it originated. The differences between the two breeds include bone structure, body length, and size. Cardigans are the larger of the two breeds, with large rounded ears and a 12-inch-long foxy, flowing tail set in line with the body. Though the Cardigan is allowed more colours than the Pembroke, white should not predominate in its coat. The breed stands about 12 inches (30 cm) at the shoulder, and weighs about 30 pounds (14 kg). The Cardigan is sturdy, mobile, alert, active, intelligent, steady, and neither shy nor aggressive.