Both parents are genetic tested for the top three genetic issues for Corgis: Degenerative Myelopathy (DM), Exercise Induced Collapse (EIC), and Von Willebrand Disease Type 1 (VWD1). John Henry, the father, is triple clear for DM, EIC, and VWD1. He is also a fluffy gene carrier. Penny, the mother, is clear for EIC and VWD1, and is a carrier for DM. As such, the puppies may or may not carry the DM gene, but they will not be affected by this terrible disease.
All puppies will come to their new home with AKC registration (limited or full), tails docked, front dew claws removed, age-appropriate vaccinations & deworming, and a one-year health guarantee. Delivery within the continental United States is available.
10-Fourteen Farms is a small family farm in central Minnesota. We raise Pembroke Welsh Corgis, Kiko Goats, and a whole host of poultry. We purchased our first Corgi, Penny, in March 2020 from a breeder in Colorado. Since then, we have added another female, Maple, and two males, John Henry and Everest, to our family. Our Corgis are family raised in our home. They are farm companions and so much more.
Are you interested in learning more about Corgis and how you can bring one of these wiggly bundles of joy to your home? Reach out today to learn more. If you are not located in Minnesota, we can help you arrange transportation for your puppy.