AKC Registered Welsh Corgis
From a very young age I had always loved animals. I furthered my education at the University of Wyoming where my love grew even stronger. I worked along side veterinarians, scientists, and ranchers where I learned more about the love I have for all animals. Fast forward today, I have created my own oasis for myself with my little family in one of the most beautiful places.
At 3F Farms AKC Pembroke Welsh Corgis, we are building our reputation as a trusted Pembroke Welsh Corgi Breeder in Utah. We take our responsibilities very seriously and strive to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of all our pets.
My husband and I run a cattle operation and keep the corgis true to the breed! They join us in daily tasks, such as moving cattle, truck rides, and other daily tasks. All the dogs are raised in our home alongside the family!
Meet The Corgis
Babe comes from show lines right here in Utah. She will be turning 2 in 2023. She will be receiving her OFA testing after her 2nd birthday! With passing results we will officially be adding her to our breeding program.
Mr. Rooster is our local and proven stud! This dog is a cow chasing machine but still finds time to cuddle! Rooster is available as a stud! If you are interest please reach out!
Bea is who started all our love for Pembroke Welsh Corgis! She is a great kids dog and travel partner. Not to mention a dog who likes to get the job done!
BEA is now enjoying retirement!
Maggies is our youngest addition. She is a daughter of Bea and we are excited to see her grow!
Mocha is a giant dog in a small body! She likes to voice her opinion and make sure you follow! Mocha is a higher energy dog with the need for a job.
We currently only have two litters a year. We have waitlist spots available to guarantee your place in line for a new puppy. To learn more about our waitlist please contact us.
All our breeding stock is health tested for common hereditable diseases through Embark and Orthopedic Foundation for Animal ( this includes Degenerative Myelopathy, Exercise-Induced Collapse, Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Von Willebrand Disease type 1, OFA Hips and others).
The great thing about owning a ranch and raising corgis, the puppies come very socialized. Every puppy will be exposed to a variety of livestock, dogs, cats, and people (this includes children!).