Cardigan Welsh Corgi Breeders

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  • Kilvroch
    Eileen Eby
    Daventry
    Northants
    Current Health Tests

    Kilvroch cardigans are active in showing and training and breed the occasional litter.

    We have enjoyed obedience, agility and conformation activities.

    Our focus is on quality not quantity, striving for the best in all we do.

    Eileen is a Kennel Club Accredited Breeder and is active on the committee of the Cardigan Welsh Corgi Association for whom she is the treasurer and web master.

    Eileen is also a past secretary for the Welsh Corgi Club of Cambria and Daventry Dog Training Club .

  • Brynlluan
    John Essenhigh & Huw Bishop
    Llanelli
    Carmarthenshire
    Current Health Tests

    welcome to our world of dog's. We started our kennel 30 years ago, with our labrador's .we had many happy days in and out of the show ring with our dogs.We now have Cardigan corgi's Pembroke corgis. we have made up a pembroke champion and two of the bitches we have bred have gained a cc and res cc. our Cardigans We have 6 at the present time Merlin Catherine who are the sire and dam of our Anna Bilbo-Bagins and Betty, Anna is the mother of our youngest Sian. Her brother Coch is in Denmark. Not forgetting Noel who is in Germany They are all being well placed in the show ring.All our dogs are .... (click to read more)

  • Pepanco
    April & Mark Flanagan
    Higher Bebington
    Wirral
    Current Health Tests

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  • Mairi Dugdale
    Church Stretton
    Shropshire
    Current Health Tests

  • Liebehund
    Jo & Martyn Lovell
    Camberley
    Surrey
    Current Health Tests

    Our aim to is breed dogs who are sound in mind and body. We socialise our pups from day 1 and people who are having a puppy from us are encouraged to visit regularly.

    We are proud of our health test results and will continue to test over and beyond the KC requirements.

    We started out with GSDs and then introduced the Cardigans. Sadly we have become disollusioned with the way the GSD breed is going and have decided to stop breeding them. Cardigans came into our lives after a request from our youngest son for a dog they could walk. This request lead to the introduction of Tansy, .... (click to read more)

  • Tyci Cardigan Welsh Corgis Mrs Brenda Piears Hereford Herefordshire

  • Kerritwen Anna Shawcross Warminster Wiltshire

  • Lelaps Messrs D Knights and J Stokes Newmarket Suffolk

  • Rubegud Miss A J Rayner Barnstaple Devon

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