Breeder: Rachel Else

Litter 1

Pembroke Welsh Corgi Puppies

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Pupdate video for June 21 2017 - https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B6WnMM5tGfCWMkRsNmI5SHdVR3c Pupdates videos .............. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B6WnMM5tGfCWZVpUVEhnUmpmMW8 https://dive.google.com/open?id=0B6WnMM5tGfCWSnFwbnNhZElVM1U read less

  • Breed: Pembroke Welsh Corgi
  • DOB: 5/18/2017 (5 weeks old)
  • Sire: Pleasantstone Shay Wagtail AKC DNA #V786159 (DN38352402)
  • Dam: R Sky Country Avery (DN31860102)
  • Males: 0
  • Females: 2
  • Price: $1200

Health & Vaccines: shots and deworming UTD

Last edited on Sat Jun 24th, 2017

Breeder Info: Rachel Else

Breed(s): Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Rachel Else is from Oregon and breeds Pembroke Welsh Corgis. We are a family of 6.  I have 4 teenagers (ages 14-17) who, along with their friends, enjoy spending time with (helping to socialize) our pups.  We live on a three hundred acre ranch/farm, raising Black Angus Cattle and growing alfalfa.   We have owned Corgis for over 9 years, falling more deeply in love with the breed every day.  All our Corgis are inside animals and family pets.  They sleep on our furniture (yes, a hairy affair), in open closets, under beds and in beds (each of my children claims a dog ... or is it the other way around?? hhmmm...... :-)  We do have a very large outside dog pen in which a dog or two may stay for a few hours for any number of reasons but it is not used to "house" them for any length of time.  Our Corgis run the ranch grounds, ride the hay wagon with us when we feed cows, play in the creek behind the house when it's hot, and clamber around my feet in the kitchen when I cook. We consider our Corgis to be 4-legged family members and treat them accordingly.  Should you choose to purchase a puppy from us then you will see first hand that things are exactly as I have stated. Although all our dogs have some Champion bloodlines we breed primarily for temperament. I kept a female puppy from the last mating of my original breeding pair just so I could have a blend of the wonderful trait combinations that so many previous purchasers have raved about, and I am not disappointed.  She is a delight, and now is one of my breeding age Dams.  Many satisfied owners of our pups (who have been to our home!) are available as references to testify to the exceptional temperament of our Corgi Clan. When my Dam whelps it is always right next to my bed, where the pups stay for several weeks until they are moved into our living room.  As their age and weather permit, they spend outside time in the playpen (with logs, toys, etc.) and on the grass in the large mobile pen.  Pups are exposed to a multitude of farm and country animals.  Most importantly, they are handled and loved from birth to re-homing. Our adult dogs have been tested for DM and VW. With appropriate breeding practices NONE of our pups are AT RISK for either illness. We provide video and/or written email updates every other day or so - remaining accessible to you throughout the duration of your Corgi search. Video updates will include pregnant Dams, pups, and funny adult Corgi antics. For discussion, however, topics will vary by day. Yesterday's message was from my heart and clearly intended for someone on our Pupdate List :-) Families follow our Corgi Pupdates for either purchase of one of our current or future pups, or Hope & Healing after a loss of their own beloved Corgi, or for the sheer pleasure of watching pups go from pre-birth (preggy mamas!) to brand new litter, to romping- toe-nibbling-"grrrrr-ing"-bouncing-bunny-butts in a loving, family environment. Five typical Video Pupdates (of two litters of 8 pups each, born on the 15th and 18 of MAY 2017) are attached at the end of one of our updates. Email me if you would like to be included in our Pupdates even if you are not seeking to purchase one of our furr-babies........... could be for a just little while and an occasional smile :-) :-) :-)******************* ----- Forwarded Message ----- From: Rachel Else <rachelsrkasa@yahoo.com> Sent: Friday June 16, 2017 08:32 AM PDT Subject: Pupdate Hello Fellow Corgi Lovers!! As we process through puppy choices one of our families requested additional video to help them decide between two little females. I am attaching that video simply because within that video is a pup chasing Avery for a snack, then when Avery made a sudden right turn the pups ran smack into the bean bag chair......  Whomp!!  A real giggler for us here :-) Also is the video of all 8 of Avery's pups during our floor time :-)  I'll get Gingers later today.  These guys get a few solid hours to experience the wonder and awe of humans in similar fashion to how humans should experience the wonder and awe of God.  We teach them that we are the source of Love, Food, Safety, Discipline/Boundaries - we teach them the same healthy respect for us that we should all have for the Lord. Now I say this because we do begin to teach them that we are in charge.  It will be up to you to maintain that posture with your puppy.  Yes, your puppy will eventually become your best friend - much like grown children do. However, as with small children your puppy requires boundaries and subsequent discipline for usurping those boundaries.  I frequently hear reports of folks giving their puppy a "time out".  Never successfully - ever - but I do hear of it.  Please don't.  Don't torture you and your puppy with mental gymnastics for a behavioral issue.  A small spat AND a sharp tone are miracle workers when all else fails (so many tactics to try first, right ?? :-).  Firm, consistent, authoritative manner - and your Alpha (God:-) position will be well established.  If you know God then you are grinning and nodding in agreement.  If not, listen well to how I have described Him and the benefits of acknowledging Him.  Ponder why you even are inclined to either do business with us or simply receive our Pupdates.  Could be you think you love Corgis.  I say it's because God Loves You. He sent His One and Only Son - innocent of any guilt - to die for your sins so that He might have sweet fellowship with you for eternity.  His offer is a free Gift of Salvation.  The  only condition is whether or not you will accept the Gift? I pray you will and/or have.  I pray that your commitment to living for Him transforms your life into a living, breathing, speaking Bible as you express your gratitude for your salvation (your very life, mind you!!) by sharing the Gift with others that you so freely received from Our Savior.  If you enjoy us it is because He is Strong in our family.  I pray that He is or will be strong in yours as well :-)    Love in Christ, Rachel ************************* Now, Enjoy these videos showing a bit about how we raise our pups. :-) https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B6WnMM5tGfCWbTVwdnpGUHRjX1k https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B6WnMM5tGfCWeVByNHlpZU9mVU0 https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B6WnMM5tGfCWZnJsSXFUeHQ1ZVk https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B6WnMM5tGfCWaG1jb1lCRlF4TzA MAQ03051.MP4 AKC proudly supports dedicated and responsible breeders. We encourage all prospective puppy owners to do their research and be prepared with questions to ask the breeder. Make sure you are not only choosing the right breed for you, but also that you’re getting it from the right individual.

Kennel Name: Rachel Else

Breeder Name: Rachel Else

Breeding for: 9 years.

Breeder's Location: Vale, OR 97918

Contact By Phone: 541-709-1085

Rachel Else's Profile

Yes

I provide AKC individual dog registration applications to the puppy buyer.

No

I am a member of an AKC Parent Club.

No

I am a member of an AKC Specialty Club.

No

I am a member of an AKC licensed or AKC member all-breed club.

No

The applicable health screens have been performed on the sire and dam as recommended by the Parent Club for this breed.

Yes

I will provide a written bill of sale detailing responsibilities for the buyer and the seller.

Yes

If the puppy buyer cannot keep a puppy purchased from me, I will take the puppy back under all conditions.

Yes

I will provide the puppy buyer with information about socialization, exercise, training, feeding, immunizations, proper veterinary care, and responsible dog ownership.

Yes

I provide a health guarantee for the puppies I sell.

No

I permanently identify all my breeding stock by microchip or tattoo.

No

After my puppies are permanently identified, I enroll them in AKC Reunite.

No

My dogs compete in AKC events

Yes

I have been breeding for: 6-10 years

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