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Pegkens Pembroke Welsh Corgis and Great Pyrenees

Pegkens Pembroke Welsh Corgis and Great Pyrenees

Gold Run (CA), 95717, United States

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About We have been breeding Corgis and Pyrenees for pet and ranch homes since 1997. Our pups are very well socialized and we strive to have super healthy dogs.
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Description We live in the foothills of the Sierras in Gold Run, CA. We have been here for 17 years after spending many years in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Peggy and Ken Roberts have been involved in raising and training dogs since 1985. We have had our daughter, Gabrielle's help since 1996.

Peggy is a small animal veterinarian, a UCD graduate, with a special interest in holistic health care. Visit her clinic's website for information about Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine www.sierraanimalwellnesscenter.com .

We adopted our first Corgi in 1994, Pegkens Murphy Peanut. She passed away at the age of 12 and we all miss her very much. Our commitment is to producing top quality pets with excellent temperaments and exceptional health.

Our breeding dogs are our pets. They have had their hips screened for the absence of hip dysplasia and their eyes screened for genetic diseases. They have no history of back problems and have excellent coats and skin.

Since the DNA test for degenerative myelopathy was developed in 2007 we have been testing our breeding dogs with a goal of producing pups genetically free of this disease as soon as possible. Since 60% of the corgis being tested through the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals, OFA, are at risk for the disease and only 5% are clear this is a long term project. The University of Missouri is studying the dogs that develop the disease late in life, between the ages of 9-12, to try to determine the triggers for the development of the disease that closely resembles ALS or Lou Gehrigs disease in humans.

We also test our breeding dogs for VonWillebrand's disease, a genetic bleeding disorder.

Our pups are socialized with their littermates until a minimum of 8 weeks of age. Our 16 year old daughter is instrumental in handling them to socialize them to children. We raise the pups in the house in a large whelping box in our dining room. It is divided into a sleeping compartment and a bathroom section. It is really

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