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  • How much are your Corgi puppies?
    At this time all of our puppies are $1800 with a $300 deposit that goes towards the total. Arkansas residents add 8% sales tax.
  • Do you have any Corgi puppies available?
    Please see our puppy page to see all of our available puppies.
  • How do I get my puppy home?
    1. You can make an appointment to pick up her puppy here in Vilonia, Arkansas. 2. We can meet you at our local airport. 3. Have your puppy flown to your nearest airport in the cabin with a chaperone. 4. We can meet you with your puppy to your puppy. See more about these options here:
  • When can I pick up my puppy?
    Our puppies will need to be at least 8 weeks old to transition to their new homes. 8-10 weeks old is the best time to transition you puppy to it's new home.
  • What payments do you accept?
    We accept Cash, Zelle, PayPal, Venmo, and Cash App. (sign up and earn $10 )$kristenalane (sign up and earn $5 : or use code SCCWRRR )
  • Do you ship your puppies?
    No. We do not ship cargo, but we do offer a flight nanny service. We can also meet you at the Little Rock airport and you can take your puppy as a carry on. Travel fees apply. More info here:
  • What's included with the puppy pack?
    Each puppy will come with a puppy pack that includes the puppy's Limited AKC papers, parents’ pedigrees, pet contract, shot/wormer records, new puppy info, scented toy, slip leash, poop bags and Purina dog food sample. (items may vary)
  • Can we pick up our puppy in person?
    Yes! Feel free to schedule a date and time to pick up your puppy. Our pickups and visits are by appointment only.
  • Do you charge sales tax?
    Arkansas residents please add 8% for sales tax.
  • Will the puppies be up to date on vaccines and wormer?
    Yes, all puppies will receive vaccinations at 6, 8, and 12 weeks old. They will receive wormer every two weeks. All shots and wormer is given on site. You will receive a health record in your puppy pack.
  • What brand of food is the puppy currently eating?
    We use Purina Pro Plan puppy food for all of our Corgi pups. You will have a sample of this food in your puppy pack when you pick up your puppy. You can mix this food with the brand of your choice until the puppy gets used to its new food. Find it on Amazon
  • What happens if I can no longer care for my puppy?
    Please contact us if you are unable to care for your Corgi at anytime during his/her lifetime. We want all of our puppies to always have a loving home even if that means coming back to live with us.
  • Will my puppy be health tested?
    We test our adult Corgis, it is not necessary for each puppy to be tested for DM, vwd1, eic , ect. If a puppy has a "Clear" parent the puppy will be "Clear" or "Carrier", not "At Risk". We do our best to only produce "clear" or "carrier" puppies. ​ Clear - This finding indicates that the gene is not present in your dog. Therefore, when used for breeding, a Clear dog will not pass on the disease gene. Carrier - This finding indicates that one copy of the disease gene is present in your dog, but that it will not exhibit disease symptoms. Carriers will not have medical problems as a result. Dogs with Carrier status can be enjoyed without the fear of developing medical problems but will pass on the disease gene 50% of the time. At Risk - This finding indicates that two copies of the disease gene are present in the dog. The dog could be medically affected by the disease.
  • Is my puppy trained?
    Your puppy will be starting the first steps of potty training / using a puppy pad. We do not start crate training but will include info on crate training in your puppy pack. You will need to start basic puppy training when you puppy gets home.
  • Where are the Corgis located?
    We are located in Vilonia, Arkansas.
  • What is AKC limited registration?
    Limited Registration means that the dog is AKC registered but no litters produced by that dog are eligible for registration. We sell to pet homes only. Find out more here:
  • How big do Corgis get?
    Corgis are around 22–31 pounds when full grown. Find out more info about breed standards here:
  • Do you have any merle Corgis?
    No. The only coat colors for Pembroke Welsh Corgis are red, sable, and tricolor with white markings. Pembroke do not come in bridle or merle. Some breeders are now breeding American Corgis and Cowboy Corgis that come in merle. These are not purebred Corgis and are NOT recognized by the AKC. More info :
  • Do you have any older Corgis for sale? I don't want a puppy.
    We occasionally have retired moms and dads for sale. Please contact us if you are interested in an adult Corgi.
  • What if I have more questions?
    Feel free to contact us anytime and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Lucky Pups Corgis Kristen Cooper 5015166317 (text or call) Use our chat option in the corner of the page
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