Fox Glen Corgis



Site Updated 03-04-2016

AKC Registered Pembroke Welsh Corgis

Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppies for sale Near Atlanta, Georgia.

AKC Pembroke Welsh Corgi breeder in Douglas County, Georgia. Raising beautiful Corgi puppies for quality, temperaments, and versatility for the future with outstanding pedigrees of the past.
 Reasonably Priced

Cell: 404-547-4653

Puppies Available

We occasionally have puppies available.
Email or call for upcoming litter information and pictures.

Corgi puppies available to loving homes.  UTD on shots, de-worming, vet checked, and AKC  registrations included

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Fox Glen's Oliver Twist shown here winning his first point toward his championship.  Shown by Laura Brown at the Griffin KC show.


Welcome to Fox Glen Kennels! We are a small hobby kennel raising beautiful Corgi puppies for quality, temperaments, and versatility for the future with outstanding pedigrees of the past. We are located west of Atlanta Georgia, nestled in Douglas County’s woods where you will find a small clearing, a glen if you want, there you'll see our Pembroke Welsh Corgis, a Shorty Jack Russell and our cat. 

My husband and I was married in 1980 and was blessed with two children, now grown and with families of their own. We participate in a variety of dog sports including conformation and obedience. The Corgis, are the show dogs; the Jack Russell and the cats are just for fun. We have been breeding, raising, and training purebred dogs for over 30 years. We both belong to and are in good standing with the American Kennel Club and the Douglasville Kennel Club of Georgia.  We participate in our local club's events. My husband and I lend a helping hand where ever it is needed, whether it is setting up tents,  taking photos of people during our events or working from my home office editing and publishing the monthly newsletter and updating the club's website on my computer.  We are always there to lend a helping hand.

 We moved here in September of 2005 to care for my ailing Mother, who was 72 years old at the time, and suffered from emphysema which caused her to be on oxygen 24/7 and needed round the clock care.  Knowing I could no longer work outside the home and being a graduate from West Central College I used my knowledge and talents and opened a home office doing desktop publishing/website design. I earned my Assoc. Degree in Computer Information Systems  in October of 1999.  We enjoy the peacefulness of this place. It is way back in the woods at a dead-end street in Douglasville, GA  in amongst approximately 35 acres of woods. We all have a deep love for animals and take the responsibilities equally whether its feeding the wildlife here or caring for our Corgis and other pets.  We enjoy watching the wildlife that come to visit us, the deer, fox, rabbits, and squirrels are just a few to mention. Below are some photos of our home from last year spring, summer and fall 2009.

Our Dogwood Trees in front of the
 house and around the yard. Spring 2009

Front and partial side of the house summer 2009

An Island Garden with the kennel building  in the background

Part of the front yard and the woods that surround our house and property.

From the front porch looking out into the front yard.

From the front porch looking over to the driveway and garage.
Our camper is being readied for the spring shows.
As you all can see our property is completely surrounded by forest.

One of our small gardens "Our Asian Garden" complete with statutes fountain and oriental lilies and irises. Wish the flowers were blooming....

Every year my husband sets out deer corn for our friendly deer and usually we have Momma Doe and her babies come up from spring through fall. Here she is without her twins this fall at
Thanks Giving 2009.

My husband Al, and our youngest boy to join the family "Fox Glen's Oliver Twist", aka... Oliver
A nice red headed tri male with a pedigree  that goes back to Queen Elizabeth's lines.
Pictured here at about 3 months old

Al with Oliver, Henry, and one of our ittle girls, Tazzie.   Our own breeding out of Suzy Q and Persimmon Tree Hank the Tank.  Tazzie at 11 weeks old.
Snow Storm January 2011.

.In January 2008 we are sad to say my Mother passed. Below is a small dedication to her and her life. We will continue on here as she wanted us to. I still work from my home office but recently have registered to substitute teach for the Douglas County School system. Thank you Mom for all your love and support

Albert G. Predmore
May 12th, 1951 - May 31st, 2015

Al died on an early Sunday morning at 4:00 am last year on May 31st. He had suffered five months with renal cell cancer stage 4.  He loved all the dogs including showing and working at the shows.  He was an inspiration to me and always supported me in my endeavors. Before he passed he made me promise I would continue working, training, and showing my dogs.  I will try my best to keep his wishes. May he be watching down on all of us with a smile. I love and miss him dearly. God Bless you Al.


Check out our upcoming Stars on our Show News Page

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There is a legend about Corgis that they are an enchanted dog and used by the fairies  as "Fairy Steeds". If you wish to know more about the legend click here and read the poem.

In real life, Pembroke Corgis have been used by the Welsh as well as others for herding and driving animals, family companions, and watch dogs of the farm. They continue today to be workers and companions for their owners. Their ancestry is believed, to date back to between the ninth and tenth century, when Scandinavian Vikings invaded coastal regions of Pembrokeshire.  According to this theory, the Vikings who settled in South Wales, brought with them a Swedish cattle dog known as the Vallhund.   The Vallhund remarkably similar in appearance to the Pembroke was probably crossed with the native Welsh herd dog, the Corgi. It was perhaps at this point in time that two distinct different Corgi types began to develop: the original short-legged, long bodied, deep-chested dog with droopy ears remained as the Cardiganshire Corgi, while the Corgi of the Pembrokeshire region took on many of the Spitzlike characteristics of the Vallhund.  It is further believed that the Spitz characteristics seen in the Pembroke Corgi as a result of the Vallhund influence were made more noticeable by crosses with dogs thought to be either Schipperkes or early Pomeranians.

To read more about this wonderful breed go to the "About the Corgi" page.

Contact Information

Kathleen Predmore
Cell: 404-547-4653



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