HI, MY NAME IS MADLYN.
I'm originally from Germany. My love for dogs started in my childhood.
I grew up with dachshunds, so the transition to having responsibility for my first dog was seamless.
When I was 19, I moved to Switzerland and fulfilled one of my childhood dreams with an American Dachshund named Joyli.
In search of a more robust and slightly larger second dog, I discovered the Welsh Corgi, to be specific the Welsh Corgi Cardigan. I was already familiar with the Welsh Corgi Pembroke, but when I met the Cardigan, I felt in love with this kind of breed. Shortly later Yuma brought life into our day to day routines.
I can not remember how long I had been contemplating to become a breeder, but I can tell you that it has been a challenge to execute while juggling a professional and private life. Through the close relationships I have established with knowledgeable breeders and continued education and self-development I can now confidently say that I am ready and I will not let anything stand in my way. With Cheya in our lives, this entire endeavor has been so worth the countless hours of hard work I have behind me.
We are living outside of Walenstadt in a large house with a big garden.
Why the Corgi?
In my opinion Welsh Corgis or "Welsh working dogs" are not little-fluffy-cute dogs as portrayed by social media. They are a medium-large breed on short legs. That's a big difference. Combined with their delusion of grandeur, I would place the Corgi in the large-breed category. I would say they are just in a smaller package.
Corgis have lived as farm dogs for centuries. Their main duties were driving cows, sheep, ponies and geese as well as guarding homes and yards. They also served as mousers, playmates to children and family companions. The Corgi is an original, independently working and thinking cattle dog of the categories "robust" and "rough".
If you invest time and patience in a Corgi and provide him with a lovingly consistent upbringing and socialization, the Corgi will repay you with his intelligence, attentiveness, and loving disposition a 100 times over. You will never be bored with this loyal companion who will always put you at awe and never stop surprising you.
Each mating is characterized by individual genes and strengths. I choose my stud dogs with the greatest care and make sure that my parents' genes are supplemented as best as possible.
The entire padigree plays an important role. In my opinion there is no circumstance too big and no road too long to the respective studs.
My goal is to bred healthy, robust and strong Cardigan Welsh Corgis as they were found in the origin