TJ and Jaime BRagg

Overo (pronounced oh vair’ oh)

Pembroke Welsh Corgis

Jaime is a current member of the Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of America (PWCCA), past President and current member of the Greater Houston Pembroke Welsh Corgi Fanciers (GHPWCF), current member of the North Texas Pembroke Welsh Corgi Fanciers (NTPWCF), current member of the Houston Area Herding Association (HAHA) and an AKC Breeder Of Merit.

We have produced 27 AKC Conformation Champions since 2001.  Some of the highlights to our Corgis show careers:  CH Overo Chairman Of The Board PT, “Sinatra” was ranked the #9 Pembroke Welsh Corgi in America in 2007.  CH Overo Secret Garden PT ROM, “Blossom” was ranked the #1 Pembroke Welsh Corgi Bitch in America for 2009.  Blossom was awarded a Selection Of Merit at the 2009 PWCCA National Specialty under Breeder Judge Mary Winsone (Cordach).  Blossom was also also awarded a Selection Of Merit at the 2012 PWCCA National Specialty under Breeder Judge Terry Hansen Mitchell (Pinemeade).

Several Overo Corgis carry AKC Herding titles to their names, have gone on to earn AKC Canine Good Citizen titles, AKC Agility, AKC Obedience, AKC Rally titles ,AKC Tracking titles, AKC Lure Course Fast CAT and Coursing Ability titles and Delta Society Certified Therapy Dogs.  We are so very proud of all the accomplishments that our puppy owners have done with their Overo Corgis and look forward to their bright futures! 

Overo Corgis is also the home of the Texas Corgi Celebration.  Founded in 2003, the main goal of the Corgi Celebration was to bring the Corgi Fancy together to celebrate the breed and help raise money for Texas Corgi Rescue Programs.  The Corgi Fancy came from all over the United States to attend.  In 2011, over 360 people attended with their Corgis!  Events included a Rescue Parade, Herding Instinct Testing (sanctioned by PWCCA), AKC Performance demonstrations presented to the public to offer more information and participation in Agility, Herding, Obedience, Pet Therapy, Rally and Tracking.  AKC Canine Good Citizen Testing (CGC), Corgi Costume Contest, and other Corgi Contests were also held at this event.  Since 2005, Annual Corgi Celebration participants brought in over $45,000 through Party Entry, Herding Instinct Testing, Canine Good Citizen Testing, Silent Auction and Business Sponsorships.  Proceeds from each event were donated to a Texas based Corgi Rescue Program.  I feel it is the responsibility of all Corgi breeders to be involved in the rescuing, rehabilitating, and re-homing of Pembroke Welsh Corgis.  This was my contribution to such cause. 

Jaime Bragg