Goodmans K-9 Companions is family owned and operated by Kris and George Goodman. We have been raising corgis for many years. Previously we raised Standard Australian Shepherds and enjoyed them for years. . We also added a couple other fun breeds to our program. Not only are the dogs we breed of great quality and attitude, they are treated as family at our residence. We treat these dogs with the upmost love and care, they have a caring atmosphere to grow up in and when our puppies are purchased we make sure they are going to an atmosphere similar to where they started. They are raised on a family farm in rural Missouri where we also raise horses and cattle. We love all of our animals dearly and love our new members and returning customers. We enjoy seeing the smile on customers faces and the excitement of our pups as they meet their new owners for the first time.
We have young adults and puppies available we do require a Questionnaire before purchasing as well as a contract upon purchase.
We are USDA and State Licensed. State Inspected and AKC inspected. If you have any questions feel free to send us an email.
A little Doggy Info Below
A Little Info about the great breed of Pembroke Welsh Corgi..and Health Guarantee They are a big dog in a smallish body. The Pembroke Corgi is short in leg but of notable substance, sturdy build, and alert in action. This is not to say they are arrogant (though as cute as they are they are certainly entitled). Generally an easy dog to live with, the Corgi enjoys popularity in many circles including as a pet, for pet therapy and many dog sports. A home that has difficulty raising and training a Pembroke Welsh Corgi truly needs to consider pursuing more education and knowledge since this breed is typically quite trainable and easy to live with. Long, low and sturdily built, - recognized by a sharply-pointed muzzle and foxy face, erect and pointed ears, and a high tail set. The Pembroke's brave, steady temperament, physical agility and easily-kept, compact size are paramount characteristics of the breed. They have a variety of color shades coming in red, fawn, sable, black, and tan with or without white on head, legs, chest and neck. Having the herding dog instincts and they are very energetic and love to play and run. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi should be of a good height of 10 to 12 inches, and a nice broad weight of 25 to 36 lbs in weight. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi has life longevity of mid teens.
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Good with small children 3
Good with other dogs 4
The Cardigan Welsh Corgi is a masterpiece of the breeder's art: Every aspect of its makeup is perfectly suited to moving cattle, and yet it is so congenial and sweet-faced that it would be a cherished companion even if it never did a day's work. Long, low-set dogs with sturdy bone, short legs, and a deep chest, Cardigans are powerful workers of deceptive speed and grace. Cardis can weigh anywhere from 25 to 34 pounds, with females at the lower end of the scale. They come in several coat colors, from red to the popular blue-merle pattern. The quickest way to distinguish Cardis from their cousins, Pembroke Welsh Corgis, is to check out the hindquarters: Cardigans have tails; Pembrokes do not. Cardis are trainable, faithful, and vigilant guardians with a 'big dog' bark. Well-socialized Cardis are especially fond of kids and agreeable with other pets. These athletic, rugged herders have a love for the outdoors, and they thrive on mental stimulation and physical activity.
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good with small children 4
good with other dogs 3
The one-of-a-kind French Bulldog, with his large bat ears and even disposition, is one of the world's most popular small-dog breeds, especially among city dwellers. The Frenchie is playful, alert, adaptable, and completely irresistible. The French Bulldog resembles a Bulldog in miniature, except for the large, erect 'bat ears' that are the breed's trademark feature. The head is large and square, with heavy wrinkles rolled above the extremely short nose. The body beneath the smooth, brilliant coat is compact and muscular. The bright, affectionate Frenchie is a charmer. Dogs of few words, Frenchies don't bark much'¿but their alertness makes them excellent watchdogs. They happily adapt to life with singles, couples, or families, and do not require a lot of outdoor exercise. They get on well with other animals and enjoy making new friends of the human variety. It is no wonder that city folk from Paris to Peoria swear by this vastly amusing and companionable breed.
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good with small children 5
good with other dogs 4