Welcome to my website!  I am Emily Barnhart and live with my husband and our five children in Camas, Washington.  My mother, Kathy Fish, and I started showing and breeding Cardigan Welsh Corgis in 1995 under the Pawcific prefix.  Since then, I am the main Cardigan person in the family and do all of the planning for the future of Pawcific Cardigans.  It is my goal to produce sound, good tempered, healthy Cardigans that excel in both the conformation and performance arenas.  You are more then welcome to inquire about my Cardigans and set up a time to visit!

~ Emily

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Emily Fish graduated from University of Oregon with a Master in Music in vocal performance in September 2008 and received her undergraduate degree from Pacific Lutheran University with a Bachelor of Musical Arts degree in vocal performance with a minor in psychology in 2006.  She is now back in Camas, WA near her parents where she divides her life between teaching private voice and piano lessons, her family, and her dogs.  Her main love is conformation.  Emily is a retired professional handler, teaches handling classes at Dog Days Dog Training in Vancouver, WA, and is an AKC judge for Border Collies, Cardigan Welsh Corgis and all breed Junior Showmanship.  She hopes to add more breeds in the future to her judging career.  She has served as officers and committee members for many clubs over the years.  She is a member of the Cardigan Welsh Corgi Club of America and our local Cardigan club Northwest Cardigan Fanciers.  Emily married the love of her life in 2013 and now is Mrs. Emily Barnhart.  She is slowly changing over her name!

Our success is greatly owed to our mentor and good friend in Cardigans, Dorothy Hartcher of Llandwyn in Australia.  During 1997 and 1998 we had the great pleasure of living only minutes from Dorothy's house.  Through the years we have imported several Australian bred Cardigans to introduce to our breeding program.  Currently most of our Cardigans have an "Aussie" influence or go back to our original imports.