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Our adventure in dogs began in 1971 resulting in over 50
champions, various obedience titles, herding titles, and one
certified-therapy dog.  
 Along the way there were 13 years as county 4-H dog leader and
two terms served on the Governor's appointed Pet Animal
Advisory Board writing dog legislation and kennel regulations for
the State of Kansas.  Five years were spent in obedience, field,
and conformation with wonderful Labrador Retrievers.  A chance
find of a lost Collie began 15 years of successful showing and
breeding of rough and smooth Collies under the prefix of Quayth.  
Our tri smooth boy, Ch. Mel-Bar's Murmur In The Night, was Best
of Variety at the Collie Club of America National in 1980.  The
progress from Smooth Collies to Corgis was an easy one.  
Marnac Corgis was established in 1982 as a small kennel
focusing on temperament, health, and structure.  
Candy was an AKC judge for Pembroke Welsh Corgis, Cardigan
Welsh Corgis, Shetland Sheepdogs, Collies, Belgian
Sheepdogs, Belgian Tervs, German Shepherds, and Junior
Showmanship and is now retired from judging.      
She is a member of the Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of America,
Gaitway Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club, and Heart of America
Kennel Club.  
Candy is now working part time for the school district and has
started embroidery work and sewing.  See samples of her totes
under the "tote" page above.  2016 will bring the addition of fabric
purses and dog beds.  Wayne is still working full time but is
enjoying his retirement from dog duty!
                        
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Purposefully bred
Pembrokes brought to you
by an AKC
preservation breeder
There will be two puppies
remaining after buyers
make selections after
May 6...don't know for
sure but I think there will
be a fluff girl and a
normal coated boy.
"Bones"
owned by the
Frank family
in New Mexico.

Sire: Ch.
Marnac
Sharp
Dressed Man
Dam: Ch.
Jeager So
Fine