pembroke welsh corgi club of the garden state

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of the Garden State

pembroke welsh corgi club of the garden state

pembroke welsh corgi club of the garden state

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club
of the Garden State


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pembroke welsh corgi club of the garden state

considering a pembroke welsh corgi puppy

So you think you want a Pembroke Welsh Corgi?
Before you adopt a corgi puppy, there are several things you need to know. Understand you will be making a commitment for the life of this pup who ultimately will become a member of your family. Please take advantage of the sources listed below to carefully consider this important decision. If you then decide on a Pembroke Welsh Corgi, contact one of member-breeders below, or our puppy referral chairperson.

Pembroke Welsh Corgi Breeders

The following PWCCGS members may have puppies or stud services available:


Anthony and Debra Pepe
8 Spring Run Lane
Stewartsville, NJ 08886
ph 908.387.8480

» contact
stud services

established 1990
Harmony Corgis

Melody Kist
PO Box 456
Three Bridges, NJ 08887
ph 908.806.3327

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established 2003

Carol Braunstein
85 West Fifth Street
Pottstown, PA 19464
ph 610.326.8383

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established 1988

Jane P. McCormick
PO Box 97
Trumbauersville, PA 18970
ph 215.536.9401

» contact

established 1987

Mary-Elizabeth Simpson
88 Farms Road
Stamford, CT 06903
ph 203.609.0649
fax 203.609.0648

» contact
stud services

Note: The PWCCGS does not guarantee or endorse the services or the quality or health of the dogs which may be purchased from breeders who are members of our club.

PWCCGS Puppy Referral
"Helping well-bred corgis find their way into loving homes"

Contact chairperson:
Sally Felix
23 Llanfair Lane
Ewing, NJ 08618

Through this service, we put prospective homes for corgi puppies in touch with PWCCGS member-breeders who have puppies available.

If you are anxious for a corgi, please don't go to a pet shop.

Many Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppies end up coming into our rescue program because they were an impulse purchase from a pet shop. Often people fall for the cute puppy in the store without giving consideration to what the dog will be like when it is an adult. Corgis were originally bred to move 1000 pound cattle and move large herds of sheep. Because of this, they are a head strong little dog that can be stubborn and think independently. They require consistent, firm training. They can be a loud, energetic dog and they require a lot of exercise. They shed. They can shed a lot.

If a breeder places you on their waiting list, please be patient. Or, consider adopting a Pembroke Welsh Corgi rescue dog.

Either way, review the resource links below before you bring any dog into your home!

Helping You to Decide

The American Kennel Club has put together some excellent articles that you should read that cover the following:

Our parent club, The Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of America, also has some information on their site that might help you decide if a Pembroke Welsh Corgi is for you.

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