Media work

We get asked for and do work with film companies and the media and we have corgis who have gone out purposefully to be trained to do a role. We are available for people looking for that special dog.

Balletcor working with LionsGate Film Distributors

Charm seen here in the garden of Londons Kids Radio with presenter Bex. Bex can be heard live on the internet from 16:00 everyday

Balletcor working with LionsGate Film Distributors

Merlyn in the presenter’s chair at London Fun KIds Radio. Doing promotional work with Liongate film distributors for The Queens Corgi

Working in Show Dogs

Filmed in Cardiff at the Cardiff City Football Club. People were asked to bring their dogs and be a background for the film giving it credence. I took two dogs, Rosie and Merlyn and its Merlyn that can be seen being constantly groomed. Whilst he was on site he would be at the canteen where there was a table of goodies and he would just gently lift his body on his back legs so he was at table height. Such a character.

Griff Rhys Jones comfortable with four

We were asked if we would help out with a TV series where Griff had to walk a Pembroke Corgi. He did and Merlyn at just six months made Griff look rather, well shall we say “wanting”. Perhaps thats what Griff wanted. The filming really shows the quality and intelligence of our dogs. Corgis pictured left to right are Porscha, Michael, Merlyn and Angel.

From Modern TV A GREAT WELSH ADVENTURE WITH GRIFF RHYS JONES Monday 20th January 2014 on ITV Pictured: Griff Rhys Jones discovers, walking Merlyn, a young show corgi is no easy matterÉ Waking up in a Tipi in the ÒWild West of WalesÓ – Griff discovers his challenge is to walk a Pembrokeshire corgi! In a forgotten garage housing a dozen or more rusting Morris Minors, Griff canÕt believe his luck when he spies a pet corgi! But this one has never worn a collar, let alone accompanied anyone on a walk – so itÕs onwards and upwards. On his way along the sublime Pembrokeshire coast Griff visits Melin Tregwynt textile mill. Flemish weavers were rumoured to have introduced the corgi to Wales back in the Middle Ages – but there are none to be seen now! Encounters with dung beetles (the strongest creatures on the planet) and a lift with a vet bring Griff to the biggest corgi breeder in Pembrokeshire – but as he discovers, walking Merlyn, a young show corgi is no easy matterÉ © Modern TV For further information please contact Peter Gray 0207 157 3046 This photograph is © Modern TV and can only be reproduced for editorial purposes directly in connection with the programme A Great Welsh Adventure with Griff Rhys Jones or ITV. Once made available by the ITV Picture Desk, this photograph can be reproduced once only up until the Transmission date and no reproduction fee will be charged. Any subsequent usage may incur a fee. This photograph must not be syndicated to any other publication or website, or permanently archived, without the express written permission of ITV Picture Desk. Full Terms and conditions are available on the website
Griff with Merlyn
The Crown shown on Netflix

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ITV Coast and Country Springtime 2017

ITV Coast and Country came and visited and filmed Sue walking the corgis. And an interview with Hannah Thomas at the bungalow for St Davids day.

The Crown

The two corgis from The Crown seen here with A to Z and family. One being a Balletcor pup from Zoe’s first litter and is litter sister to Griff with Fiona Lee seen on this website with who we work with. A to Z website being

Back to the Palace with The Queens Corgi team

Merlyn leading the team with Brandy and Charm with a photo shoot outside the Palace. It was a great weekend with the team being seen in the Cineworld Cinema – London Leicester Square and then in the Square for a party

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