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My Shepherd's Dream Farm Corgis

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A Quality Pet Breeder

 Growing up, I remember my Grandfather’s Corgi, Twiggy. That sweet Corgi was devoted to my Granddad. I still recall Twiggy’s little feet padding after him everywhere.  Today, we feel blessed that we can continue that “Corgi love and devotion” through the generations.
 My Shepherd’s Dream Farm Corgis is based only 20 min from the GA and TN border in the mountains of Western North Carolina. We believe our Good Shepherd led our family of 9 to this hobby farm in 2017.  We raise our beautiful Pembroke Welsh Corgis here along with our 7 children, Nubian goats, chickens, horses, and sheep on 24 acres in Andrews.  We feel blessed that we can share our love of the breed with others. My Shepherd’s Dream Farm Corgis will help you transition your pup from our loving home to yours as easy as possible. We strive to breed the best animals we can, and educate their new owners. Please look below or contact us for up coming litters.  


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Princess 

She is  joyful and playfulness. This fawn corgis is agile and a quick learner. Her favorite toy is a tennis ball.  Her obedience and love has been a blessing to our family 

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Winston 

Winston is a red and white corgi  He is a passive boy who is outgoing, playful and loyal.  He desires to please.  

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Kate

 She is playful and obedient.  Her favorite place to be is in my daughter’s arms being held like a baby. My daughter enjoys showing her in AKC and UKC events.  

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Dutchess

Dutchess is a beautiful fawn Pembroke Welsh Corgi.  She is a warm cuddly companion. Her favorite place is snuggling on the couch with those she loves. She is triple clear

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Holly

Holly is a beautiful black and tan Pembroke Welsh Corgi.  She is high energy and loves to play.  Her favorite toy is a soccer ball.  She loves to chase after them with her best buddy Rebecca.  

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New Litters

 My Shepherd’s Dream would like to announce that Winston and Holly have had a beautiful litter of new pups that have all found their forever home.    

If you are interested in applying for future litters please fill out an application on Good Dog.   
https://www.gooddog.com/breeders/my-shepherds-dream-farm-corgis-north-carolina

 🌸Deposits are 400 dollars.  I share pictures and updates of the pups as the weeks go by.  Puppies will be available to bring home at 8 weeks old.  They will go home microchipped and with a puppy blanket that smells like mom❤️.
Puppies will be DM clear/ EIC clear/ VWD1 clear through parentage.  They will have all puppy worming and vaccines before they head off to their homes. Each pup comes with a health guarantee.
I am willing to meet two hours from our home (Asheville, NC, Chattanooga,TN and Atlanta, GA)   I am happy to ship if parents pay.   



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Winston and Holly’s pups 4/22/24


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 Oregano (reserved)

Get to know the Pembroke Welsh Corgi!!  Is this the best breed for your family? 

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Healthy Corgis are Important to Us

Here is a description of each of the genetic diseases we test for. Our breeding dogs are clear of all three.  Copies of testing certificates are available at any time.

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Degenerative Myelopathy (DM)

 DM is a progressive disease of the spinal cord in older dogs.  The disease has a insidious onset typically between 8 and 14 years of age.  It begins with a loss of coordination in the hind limbs.  The affected dog will wobble when walking, knuckle over or drag feet. As the disease progresses, the limbs become weak and the dog begins to buckle and has difficulty standing.  The weakness gets progressively worse until the dog is unable to walk.  The clinical course can range from 6 months to 1 year before dogs become paraplegic.   

Exercise Induced Collapse (EIC)

EIC is a canine genetic disorder that leads to loss of muscle control following periods of extreme exercise.  Severity ranges between different dogs but often begins with a form of rocking followed by weakening of the hind limbs and eventual collapse.  Dogs tend to recover, however in a limited number of cases episodes can be fatal.  Affected dogs can show symptoms from a couple of months to 3 years.

Von Willebrand Disease (VWD1)

 VWD1 is a genetic disorder that prevents normal blood clotting and can cause extended bleeding following injury.  The disorder results from a deficiency or lack of sufficient von Willebrand factor which functions as a binding protein during blood clotting.  

Progressive Retinal Atrophy

PRA starts as night blindness at just a few months old, and escalates to full blindness in Pembroke Welsh Corgis by ages of 1-4 years old.


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Don’t hesitate to get in touch with any questions, or to ask us about upcoming litters.

678 462-2760

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