Available Puppies

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We have babies available! (Updated - 01/09/2021)

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We are located on the Iowa/Missouri Border, 

2 hours south of Des Moines Iowa

The Past Puppy Gallery! 

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Important Details: 

Puppies go to their new families with current shots, worming, puppy pack, leash, collar, toys, feeding and care guide,

Sample of the kibble they are used to eating, AKC  LIMITED registration, Vet Health Certificate, Genetic Testing Results,

Parent Pedigrees, and Genetic Health Guarantee.

All parents are extensively tested for genetic conditions. Happy to send copies of any testing 

upon request. None of our puppies are ever at risk for dm, vwd or eic. 

Please email for information about reserving a Cuddly Corgi of your Own!

All puppies are placed on Contract that requires that the puppy to not to be 

registered with any other registery outside of AKC unless breeder gives written permission

And be altered at 1 year of age. 

Information about DM -

We have done genetic testing on all of our corgis. We are happy to share this information upon request. We have an information sheet we provide all puppy families regarding the latest statistics on DM. We do not Breed for DM Clear status.. Our corgis are bred for the total package of Top Quality Pedigree, Structure, Health, and Personality. DM is merely a factor to take into consideration, like any other genetic testing result. Please do your research carefully before purchase, and understand the facts about DM! We are happy to provide a link below to our feelings on DM.

Our Take on DM (Click Here)

Another extremely interesting article on DM - the study tracks 8 DM Carrier dogs with DM and gives the stats of DM in Clear/Carrier and at risk dogs. Wire Hair Fox Terriers have the highest rate of At Risk (A Allelle) dogs in all breeds tested at  94% yet they have one of the lowest occurences of actual DM of all breeds.  That study is in the link below.