We are big believers in this little breed! Our Corgis are wonderful with children, our constant companions during our chores, and help protect our livestock from predators.  These are very big dogs in a short body.  They love to play, cuddle, and have a job.  Wonderful for active families and individuals.  Our pups are farm raised and well socialized to children, strangers, other dogs, equipment, and other animals (goats, horses, pigs, chickens, cats, and cattle).  If you are in search of a loving and loyal companion consider a Corgi!

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FAQ – please read and understand PRIOR to contacting us about a puppy.
Edited to add clarity 5.20.18

So you are interested in a Fawn Lane Farm puppy… What to do next?

I am always inundated with request from people interested in one of our puppies. What should they do next? First off, please understand these “dogs” are our family members. Their health, safety, and well-being come before anything else. When we do have puppies, the same goes for them. Puppies are quite fragile and vulnerable. They are not protected by fully formed immune systems until 4 plus months of age. They must be kept very warm, and handled gently during the first month of life. Because of these facts, we are extremely strict with our bio-security and who we allow to handle the pups outside of myself, and my children. My husband isn’t always trusted with our pups ;) So please, do not be hurt or offended, by our declining visits to our farm during gestation of a pregnant bitch, or when we have newborn pups. It is quite a balance to walk between protecting our babies, and helping them to meet their future families! When in doubt, we tend to err on the side of protecting the health of our babies. We are NOT, AT ANY TIME, “Open To The Public”. We can send videos and photos of puppies, but do not allow visitors without a pre-arranged appointment to pick up their puppy. We do not allow people to visit to “pick out a puppy”, unless the puppy in question, is at least 6 months of age, and have a much stronger immune system and vaccination history. If you arrive WITH OUT a pre-arranged appointment, you will not be allowed on property, and will be asked to leave. We are not a pet store, we are a family who happens to love the breed, wants to help to protect the bloodlines, and heritage of these wonderful dogs. I’m sorry to have to be so explicit, but we have had this recently misunderstood!
Another question I receive is “ When is your next litter due?” For us, this can be difficult to respond to. We do not breed our dogs to meet “demand”. We generally breed because we are looking for something in a future show prospect, or are in some other way trying to better the breed, or preserve a bloodline. This means we might not have a litter for a year… or two… or five. In this case, I can normally recommend I breeder I know from nearby, or I have met through my Corgi pals. If you are looking for a pup specifically from us, we ask for patience, and we understand that some families are wanting their pup more immediately then we may have available. For that reason, we do not accept deposits on unborn pups, nor do we have a “waiting list”. We do offer you the ability to keep track of our activities on our FB page, Fawn Lane Farm Corgis, and we will announce the birth of pups in the forum first. We very rarely do “Expecting” or “Future” Litter announcements, because (to be candid), a lot can go wrong between pairing a future pair of parents, and delivery of healthy pups.

What is the process to be “approved” for a Fawn Lane Farm Pup?

Once again, we are not a pet store ;) We do not just sell our puppies to anyone may have the purchase price at their disposal. We enjoy getting to know perspective puppy families, and try our best to match them with the perfect pup for them. This can be time intensive process, but we feel it is the best way to assure everyone’s happiness long term. When pups are born, we will announce their birth, share photos, and keep everyone updated with pictures. At around 2-4 weeks depending on each litter, we will begin accepting applications (basically a paragraph or two telling us about you and your family, and what you are looking for in a prospective pup) and we begin to accept deposits. Deposits are non-refundable once placed. The balance on your chosen puppy will be due, prior to the pup leaving our hands. We do sell all of our puppies on a contract, which is posted below.
Pricing... We love to have our pups go to to loving, active families. We try to keep our pups as affordable as possible with out sacrificing the quality of care they deserve. Pet pups with limited registration start at $1500.00 and can go on up to $3000.00 for a full registration show pup. Full registration pups are only available on a case by case basis. Such a pup must meet our personal requirements for potential breeding and showing, and must be matched with an owner we feel will be able to care for such a pup accordingly. Please keep in mind Breeding or Show potential is just that- potential. We cannot guarentee anything other then a happy, healthy pup, raised with love and pride!

What is included with your new pup?

We currently feed our adults and pups Eukenuba Lamb and Rice. Adults get the adult version, and pups 6 months and under get the puppy version. Pups receive a Neopar (Parvo Vaccine) at 4 weeks old, then their first 5 way shot at 7 weeks old, with boosters at 10 weeks and 13 weeks (if pups are with us past the 12 week mark). Pups are wormed at 2,3,4,6,8,10,12 weeks. They have their tails and dewclaws removed before 5 days of age. Pups go for their Well Puppy Check at between 6-8 weeks of age, to be seen by our veterinarian. They leave for their new homes between 8 and 10 weeks of age, and go home with their AKC application, microchip implanted and registered, a puppy pack (includes a blanket, toy, vaccination records, health certificate *if traveling out of state via transport or air* and 5lb bag of transition food).

How to get my pup home...

Of course, we prefer to meet our new Pup's families and owners!! After all, by owning one of our pups, you are now part of our extended family :) However, being a farming family ourselves, with young children, we know that sometimes a trip to the store 10 minutes away can take hours... or a lifetime. So we are able to ship, in most cases, either by air line at 10 weeks of age, or with an Approved USDA Liscensed ground transport. For ground transport we use The A Team Transport when ever possible, because of thier private transport and impeccable care of our babies. Please contact them directly for quotes on your transport needs! As always, travel charges and associated costs, and risks, are always the sole responsibility of the new owner.

We try to be as open about our dogs and practices as possible. Hopefully, the above info, though overwhelming, has been helpful! You can find almost anything you wish, about all of our dogs, on our FB page, Fawn Lane Farm Corgis. If you have a question which hasn’t been addressed, please feel free to contact us via our FB Page!

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