Teacup Corgi Puppies For Sale in Arizona, AZ

Welcome to our Arizona Teacup Corgi Puppies information page. Below you will find Arizona breeders, rescues, shelters and humane society organizations.

Teacup Corgi Puppies For Sale, Tcup, Tiny Toy and Miniature Corgi Puppies for Adoption and Rescue from Arizona, AZ.

You may have seen Teacup Corgi puppies for sale thru the organizations below, but even if you haven’t, you’ve probably heard about the Teacup version — and your curiosity has undoubtedly piqued. For some people, the idea of owning a Tea Cup Corgi isn’t so strange, but for others, it’s something they’d never consider. If you’re interested in finding Corgi puppies for sale, then you’ve come to the right place. Be sure to do your own research to consider if this dog breed is the right one for you.

If you’ve never seen a corgi, you’re missing out. Corgis are adorable, intelligent, active dogs that, like their owner, love to play. Corgis are also one of the most popular dog breeds in the world, with a worldwide population of about 2.4 million. Corgis are native to Wales, and are also called Welsh corgis, Cardigan Welsh corgis, and Pembroke Welsh corgis. Corgis were first bred in the early 19th century by a farmer in Wales. Apparently, he was in need of a dog to help him herd his sheep. It was his neighbor’s dog who actually inspired him to start breeding this wonderful dog.

 

Arizona, AZ Teacup Corgi Breeders and Rescue Organizations

Corgi Puppies For Sale in Arizona, AZ

 

Animal Kingdom
Pet store
5000 S Arizona Mills Cir, Tempe, AZ 85282
(480) 831-2877

 

Puppies N Love
Pet store
7700 W Arrowhead Towne Ctr, Glendale, AZ 85308
(623) 979-7553

 

Puppies In Love
Pet store
2174 E Williams Field Rd Ste 120, Gilbert, AZ 85295
(480) 917-3437

 

Sales Dogs
15650 N 83rd Way Ste 103, Scottsdale, AZ 85260
(602) 224-7791

 

Pet Headquarters
Pet store
2710 N Glassford Hill Rd, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
(928) 775-5558

 

Dogs Etc. Pet Boutique
Pet store
7142 E 5th Ave, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
(480) 947-2480

 

Puppies-N-Love
Pet store
7014 E Camelback Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
(480) 429-1180

 

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Contact the Rescues and Animal Shelters below directly for information on Corgi availability and prices.

The Litter League (Rescue League)
Phoenix, AZ 85064
(602) 740-8805
vlintz@davisp.com

 

Poverty’s Pets
PO Box 40122
Phoenix, AZ 85067
info@povertyspets.org

 

Mini Mighty Mutts Rescue
Phoenix, AZ 85048
480304-5654
info@minimightymutts.com

 

Ruby Ranch Pet Rescue and Sanctuary
Phoenix, AZ 85069
602-526-9960
info@rubyranchrescue.org

 

Mixed Up Mutts and Shepherds Too
Phoenix, AZ 85006
(480) 947-9636
laura@scottsdalepethotel.com

 

Rockstar Canine Rescue & Sanctuary
Phoenix, AZ 85006
(858) 876-2558
info@rockstarrescueaz.org

 

Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA
25 N. 40th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85034
602-273-6852
adoptions1@aawl.org

 

2DARESCUE
Phoenix, AZ 85034
480-229-9530
karen@2darescue.org

 

MCACC West Valley Animal Care Center
2500 S. 27th Avenue
(27th and Durango)
Phoenix, AZ 85009
(602) 506-2765

 

AZ Dog Adoptions
Phoenix, AZ 85009
480-500-9620
azdogadoptions@gmail.com

 

AZ Furry Friends Rescue Foundation
Phoenix, AZ 85013
(602) 882-9535
azfurryfriends@gmail.com

 

Animal Advocates Rescue Fund
Phoenix, AZ 85041
adoptions@aarfus.org

 

Adorable Dog Rescue
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Please email us.
AdorableDogRescue@yahoo.com

 

Almost There Foster Care
Phoenix, AZ 85016
info@atfcaz.org

 

HALO Animal Rescue
Phoenix, AZ 85017
602-971-9222
info@halorescue.org

 

E-List Dog Rescue
Phoenix, AZ 85018
(602) 309-5417
elistdogrescue@gmail.com

 

All About Animals Rescue
Phoenix, AZ 85053
allaboutanimalsaz@gmail.com

 

AZ Small Dog Rescue
1102 W Hatcher Road
Phoenix, AZ 85021
602-944-2440
info@azsmalldog.org

 

Robin Hood Animal Rescue
Glendale, AZ 85301
(623) 931-7499
rhar4all@yahoo.com

 

Paws Rescue Alliance
Phoenix, AZ 85051
(970) 208-2411
karen.pawsrescuealliance@gmail.com

 

Stealing Hearts Rescue
PO Box 86576
Glendale, AZ 85311
602-686-4158
azbullygirl@hotmail.com

 

RESCUE
Phoenix, AZ 85044
480-598-9410
SavingLivesSince1995@azrescue.org

 

Lost Our Home Pet Foundation
2323 S. Hardy Dr
Tempe, AZ 85282
602-445-PETS (7387)
Adoptions@LostOurHome.org

 

Surrendered Souls Rescue
Tempe, AZ 85282
480-584-2730
surrenderedsoulsrescue@gmail.com

 

Paw Kindness
Tempe , AZ 85282
(480) 206-3883
pawkindness@gmail.com

 

Paw Placement
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
(602) 712-1599
mjandersson@cox.net

 

Caring for Canines
Phoenix, AZ 85028
(602) 573-3141
sarahduncs@gmail.com

 

Home Fur Good Animal Rescue
10220 N 32nd St.
Phoenix, AZ 85028
602-971-1334
info@homefurgood.org

 

Freedom Mutts
Tempe, AZ 85283
info@freedommutts.org

 

AZ Cavalier Rescue
Phoenix, AZ 85029
(602) 397-4744
AZCavalierRescue@gmail.com

 

Help A Dog Smile
Phoenix, AZ 85029
(480) 788-0207
applications@helpadogsmile.org

 

Pammy’s Second Chance Rescue
Tolleson, AZ 85353
pammys2ndchancerescue@hotmail.com

 

Forever Loved Pet Sanctuary
P. O. Box 12142
Scottsdale, AZ 85267
adopt@foreverlovedpets.org

 

Better Days Rescue
P.O. Box 5374
Scottsdale, AZ 85261
info@betterdaysrescue.org

 

Animal Loving Friends
7650 S McClintock Dr
Suite 103-120
Tempe, AZ 85284
alfrescue@hotmail.com

 

Almost Home Bulldog Rescue
Tempe, AZ 85284
(480) 665-9524
almosthomebulldogs@gmail.com

 

Pound Animals Worth Saving (P.A.W.S.) Fur the Cause
Mesa, AZ 85202
602-326-9191
poundanimals@yahoo.com

 

Saving One Life
PO Box 6458
Chandler, AZ 85249
602.715.2700
info@savingonelife.org

 

Underdog Rescue of Az
P. O. Box 13392
Chandler, AZ 85249
4805539311
info@underdogaz.com

 

ABC (Animals Benefit Club of Arizona, Inc.)
3111 E St. John Road
Phoenix, AZ 85032
(602) 867-2169
info@animalsbenefitclub.com

 

Arizona Shih Tzu and Small Breed Rescue
Phoenix, AZ 85032
duffsonni@aol.com

 

Living the Dream Rescue
Phoenix, AZ 85023
(602) 799-8827
samanthabrown.ltd@gmail.com

 

AZK9
7615 W Acoma Dr.
Peoria, AZ 85381
azk9org@gmail.com

 

Saving Paws
Glendale, AZ 85308
(480) 737-6089
SPRAZinfo@gmail.com

 

Sunshine Dog Rescue
Phoenix, AZ 85024
sunshinedogrescue@yahoo.com

 

Sun Valley Animal Shelter
7150 N. 110th Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85307
(623) 872-7941
contact@sunvalleypets.org

 

One Dog Arizona
2915 W Ray Rd
Chandler, AZ 85224
(480) 430-7076
onedogrescued@gmail.com

 

Arizona Pug Adoption & Rescue Network
2036 N. Gilbert Rd.
Ste. 2-160
Mesa, AZ 85203
(480) 964-3126
info@aparn.org

 

Coalition of All Breed Rescue of Arizona (CABRA)
P.O. Box 7264
Phoenix, AZ 85011-7264
Phoenix, AZ 85338
480-874-2511
suavian@cox.net

 

Yorkie Luv Rescue
500 North Estrella Parkway
#B-2, Suite 495
Goodyear, AZ 85338
yorkieluvrescue@yahoo.com

 

Coppercloud Ranch Pet Rescue
Scottsdale, AZ 85259
(602) 739-6696
coppercloudranch@cox.net

 

Safe Haven Animal Rescue of AZ
195th ave & Indian School
Litchfield Park, AZ 85340
Safe_Haven_Animal_Rescue@live.com

 

Arizona K9 Rescue
Litchfield Park, AZ 85340
(602) 327-9703
ArizonaK9@mail.com

 

 

Keep Checking Back For New Arizona, AZ Breeders and Rescue Listings

Some of the Arizona, AZ Cities that we plan to include Puppies For Sale and Rescue Organizations are listed below.

Phoenix, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Mesa, AZ
Chandler, AZ
Glendale, AZ
Scottsdale, AZ
Gilbert, AZ
Tempe, AZ
Peoria, AZ
Surprise, AZ
Yuma, AZ
San Tan Valley, AZ
Avondale, AZ
Casas Adobes, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Goodyear, AZ
Lake Havasu City, AZ
Catalina Foothills, AZ
Buckeye, AZ
Casa Grande, AZ
Sierra Vista, AZ
Maricopa, AZ
Oro Valley, AZ
Prescott, AZ
Bullhead City, AZ
Prescott Valley, AZ
Sun City, AZ
Apache Junction, AZ
Marana, AZ
El Mirage, AZ
Drexel Heights, AZ
Fortuna Foothills, AZ
Kingman, AZ
Florence, AZ
Queen Creek, AZ
San Luis, AZ
Sun City West, AZ
Sahuarita, AZ
Anthem, AZ
Fountain Hills, AZ
Green Valley, AZ
Nogales, AZ
Rio Rico, AZ
Douglas, AZ

 

Corgi Dog Breed Information and Facts

Corgis are short-legged, smooth-coated, small dogs with distinctive curled ears and a distinctive white “saddle” marking on the chest. With their sweet, soulful eyes and fluffy corgi insides, the corgi is a beloved family pet from Wales that is known for its charming personality. The corgi is a small dog breed and one of the smallest in the UK. The average corgi is 8 to 15 pounds in weight. As a corgi owner, you will learn what makes corgis unique and how to make your corgi a joy to be around.

History of the Teacup Corgi

The Corgi began in the 19th century as an import from Wales to England. Like many small dogs, corgis were first bred to be a companion for people who lived on farms. The Kennel Club describes the corgi as a dog with “fearlessness and intelligence,” which allowed it to adapt to life on the farm. In short, it was a dog that could not get lost. Because they were small and cute, corgis were quickly adopted by people who lived in the countryside, where there were no fences. Eventually, the Kennel Club began registering corgis in the 1920s as part of their National Cocker Spaniel Club. They also began to look for dog show-worthy examples of the breed. Many corgis were being shown at dog shows by the 1940s.

Description of the Teacup Corgi

Corgis are an unusual breed of dog. When compared with similar breeds, like the Poodle, Pug and French Bulldog, the corgi stands out for its slightly longer legs and smaller size. While they are big enough to share a couch with you, the corgi requires a large space to avoid injuries caused by tripping over your legs. As a result, a corgi will need to have its own couch and a blanket to wrap around their body. In spite of their size, the corgi is easy to handle. While corgis are quite energetic, they have no malicious or potentially aggressive traits that you need to be careful with. However, a corgi cannot tolerate being confined or taken outside too often.

Personality of the Teacup Corgi

Although one of the oldest breeds in the world, the corgi is more popular now than ever before. You have probably already heard of the tiny teacup dog. This charming breed is a small breed but one with a big personality. The smallest breed in the UK, the teacup corgi is considered the cutest dogs on the planet. The teacup corgi is short-legged, smooth-coated, and has distinctive curled ears and a white “saddle” marking on the chest. Its smallest size is about 18 pounds and its longest length is 17 to 18 inches. This little dog is known for its sweet, soulful eyes and for the adorable teacup markings it has on its chest. Here are some of the many teacup corgi facts you need to know: They are very active. Corgis are warm-blooded animals and need a lot of exercise.

Temperament of the Teacup Corgi

When it comes to small dogs, corgis are hard to beat. They are one of the most popular breeds of dog in the UK, and they have a special way of handling life’s ups and downs. Temperament is also top priority when it comes to caring for a corgi. The breed is extremely loyal and quiet, much more than any small dog in the country. Whether you have a corgi dog as a pet or you are considering getting a corgi, you should know what the temperament of a corgi dog is like. The doggie temperament depends on how the human baby plays with the dog. For instance, a soft toy for a baby will help them learn to interact with the dog. But a corgi will enjoy any soft toy it can get its paws on. The corgi has a wonderful temperament that balances out the tiniest of problems.

Health Issues of the Teacup Corgi

A number of health problems can be avoided by having your corgi professionally groomed. Some of the common grooming issues include: Corgi Ear Infections Most ear infections are a result of the build-up of ear wax and dust in the ear canal. The prevention of ear infections is by having your corgi professionally groomed every 3 to 4 months. Brushing and combing your corgi’s coat will ensure that the hair is kept short. Hair will not lie in the ear canal, making the chances of the accumulation of earwax and dust significantly reduced. Corgi Cuts A brachycephalic breed such as the corgi, will need grooming every 5 to 6 months to help reduce the risk of mange and other skin and skin structure problems. A brachycephalic breed will tend to have a short and flat face.

Grooming Needs of the Teacup Corgi

If your teacup corgi has recently grown in size, there is a bit of the diet to take into consideration. To help your corgi keep its waistline, keep these pointers in mind. Do: Your corgi should have a 1/2- to 1 cup of shredded vegetables daily. Moist meals from scratch are the best choice. Choose veggies of high-quality, fresh quality. High-protein foods such as Liver or Grass-fed Meat make for an energetic and healthy corgi. Use natural hair conditioners to help prevent dry skin and prevent dandruff. To keep your corgi’s coat shiny and free of tangles, brush it every day with a fine-toothed comb. Dogs with long hair require periodic grooming, particularly when it is longer than usual.

Training Needs of the Teacup Corgi

It’s easier to understand a “Teacup Corgi” from their short and squat body. They have tiny bones and flat faces. The head is longer than it is wide. Their faces are triangular and their eyes are large. This breed of dogs is gentle, cuddly and amiable. They are affectionate, playful and intelligent. They will steal your heart in a single glance. The Teacup Corgi seems to be a “Tea Cup” version of a Dachshund. They are similar in appearance and even function. Both breeds have a characteristic collar-like pouch, a three-pronged tail, a unique flattened face and rounded feet. They are a happy and sociable breed. Teacup Corgis make good family pets. They are good with children and adults.

Exercise Needs of the Teacup Corgi

The Teacup Corgi is the smallest and most popular breed of corgi. They are a breed that requires very little exercise. These dogs can spend most of their time sleeping. If they are running around, they are mostly running with their tails wagging. This is because the teacup breed has very small bones. They do not require a lot of exercise or training. If you allow your corgi to do the things they love doing — sleeping and eating, they will be happy as long as they have some affection. Teacup Corgis should have a very active and confident personality. They should feel a connection with their owner as well as with their family. A low-tempo, active lifestyle is ideal for these dogs.