Once you’ve decided that the Corgi is the right dog breed for you, the next step is finding a good breeder nearby that can produce a high-quality puppy for you. However, this is often easier said than done and can be a time-consuming process. If you live in or around Wisconsin and are looking for a Corgi breeder, we’ve got you covered.
We have created a complete overview of 8 Corgi breeders in Wisconsin that have puppies for sale. This overview is not simply a list of names either, it contains all the most important information about each breeder such as their exact location, contact details, prices, customer reviews, and much more.
We hope that by using the overview we’ve created as a starting point you’ll be able to find your perfect Corgi puppy a little bit more easily!
8 Corgi Breeders in Winsconsin
1. Baker Street Corgis
|Name||Baker Street Corgis|
Baker Street Corgis is a breeder of Pembroke Welsh Corgis located in Athens, Wisconsin. It’s operated by Yvette Huesler, a member of the PWCCA since 1999.
At Baker Street, the dogs are pets first and show dogs second. They’re a small operation, so they only have one or two litters a year. These litters are carefully planned to ensure that they produce quality Corgi puppies. Baker street’s goal is to produce a family of Corgis of superior beauty, temperament, soundness, and health.
Yvette does not breed to supply the market with dogs, but rather to improve the quality and health of the Pembroke Welsh Corgi. To achieve this, she has 2 males and 2 females in her breeding program. All 4 of these dogs have been extensively health tested, details of which are available on Baker Street’s website. In addition, the dogs’ pedigree can also be found there.
2. Linin Corgi Pembrokes
|Location||Wisconsin Rapids, WI|
In Wisconsin Rapids, you’ll find Don and Yolanda Lininger, the people who run Linin, a small at-home Corgi breeder. Besides showing, they’re also very active in the show ring.
Linin produced its first litter in 1996, giving them over 25 years of experience. Since that time, they’ve produced many litters and the puppies that came from those litters have gone on to win many titles and awards.
To ensure that they produce quality and healthy Corgi puppies, Linin makes sure to health test all their dogs.
This is not a large breeder, they only have puppies available occasionally because they only produce puppies to perpetuate the quality of the Corgi as set forth by the AKC standard. They’re not in it for the money, but rather for the love of the Corgi. As a result, they’re quite picky on who they allow adopting one of their puppies and they often have a long waitlist.
3. Brambly Hedge
If you’re looking for an experienced breeder, you cannot go wrong with Brambley Hedge. Betsey Orman, the woman who runs and operates this small kennel, has been a breeding member of the PWCCA since 1987, giving her all the experience you could ever ask for.
Located in Summit, Brambley Hedge strives to create beautiful Corgi puppies that excel in looks, soundness, and temperament.
Betsey does not breed very frequently, but when she does, she makes sure that all the dogs are submitted through OFA hip and CERF eye exams to ensure that they’re in good health.
4. Round Da Bend Acres
|Name||Round Da Bend Acres|
Round Da Bend Acres is a 17-acre hobby farm in Clintonville operated by Tanya and Andy Zimmerman and their two kids. They raise rabbits and goats, and they also breed Corgi puppies occasionally.
Round Da Bend Acres has Corgi puppies in red, white, and tricolor. When you buy a Corgi puppy from this breeder it will come with up-to-date shots, deworming, and limited AKC registration.
5. Riverwind Kennel
|Phone number||715 292 9466|
Riverwind Kennel is a Wisconsin-certified and inspected Corgi breeder from Ashland. It is operated by Janelle Johnson, a retired veterinary technician that has been breeding Pembroke Welsh Corgis for over 27 years.
Janelle provides her puppy buyers with a lifetime of support and health care guidance. When the Corgi puppies are ready to go to their forever home at 10 weeks of age they will be up to date on their shots and deworming. In addition, they will be health checked by a veterinarian and properly socialized with dogs and humans.
You can see pictures and the results of the health tests of the adult dogs in Riverwind Kennel’s breeding stock on their website.
6. Thompson’s Corgis
|Price||$1700 to $2000|
Thompson’s Corgis is a small-scale breeder of Corgi puppies from Stratford, Wisconsin.
This breeder specializes in breeding and raising high-quality Corgis that are strong and healthy with great temperaments. To ensure this, Thompson’s tests their dogs for DM, VWD1, and EIC to ensure that they are healthy.
Their dogs and puppies reside in-house where they receive all the care and attention they need. Their Corgi puppies have their tails and dew claws removed, and will have received their first set of shots, microchip, and deworming before going to their forever home.
7. Jccrew Corgis
Jccrew is a Corgi breeder located on a 16-acre farm in Tigerton. It’s operated by a large rural family that aims to raise healthy and happy AKC Pembroke Welsh Corgis.
Their dogs roam around the farm freely and have excellent temperaments because they’re exposed to a variety of sights, sounds, and smells from a young age. They come in contact with cows, horses, chickens, dogs, and humans, making them very well-adjusted.
Jccrew genetically tests all the dogs in their breeding stock to ensure that they’re free of DM, EIC, and Vwd1. They take their responsibility seriously and want to breed mentally and physically strong Corgi puppies.
When you buy a puppy from this breeder it comes with a health guarantee.
This breeder has received 4 positive reviews on its Facebook page.
8. Whispering Pines Corgis
|Name||Whispering Pines Corgis|
Whispering Pines is a Corgi breeder from Platteville. They do not breed Pembroke or Cardigan Welsh corgis but instead produce American Corgis, which are a mix of both. This means that they do not breed AKC purebred dogs, so if that’s what you’re after, you should use a different breeder. However, if getting a mixed dog is not a big deal for you, then this is a breeder you could consider.
They have 6 ratings on their Facebook page and have an average rating of 5 out of 5 stars.
We know how difficult finding a good Corgi breeder can be. However, we hope that this overview will serve as a good point to orient yourself around. Of course, you’ll still have to talk to and contact the breeders that seem interesting to you, but hopefully, you won’t have to do nearly as much research about each breeder because of this overview!
Hopefully, one of the breeders on this list is a perfect fit for you and will get the honor of producing your Corgi puppy!
ThePetFaq recommends adoption from a rescue center over buying from a breeder. However, we also understand that adopting is not always possible and that there are many good reasons for choosing to buy from a breeder. Please note that we did not visit these breeders in person, however, we did research them to find as much information about them as possible. Always do your own research as well before buying a puppy!
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