A group where rescued corgis can meet!
Latest Activity: Nov 25, 2013
Started by Zed. Last reply by Ben, Angelique, and Buddy Jan 21, 2013.
Started by Shasta Allen. Last reply by Stephanie Starkey Jul 29, 2011.
6 years ago today my little Autumn was left at the Camarillo Animal Shelter. Luckiest day of my life. I miss you more and more every day Autumn!
I agree with Whitney, Rescues are a good place to start and so are shelters. I rescued my Evie last Sunday. I live in Connecticut and she came all the way from Kansas City, I was able to find her in group of Facebook called Corgi Rescues of America. The people there are amazing and everyone is nice. She was transported to me by Dog Runner an animal transportation bus amazing people as well and not expensive. Evie will be 10 soon, unfortunately for her all her teeth have to be extracted from her mouth because her previous owner was obviously a disaster. My poor baby! Rescues are the way to go! Good Luck on your search everyone.
I have to agree with the comment by Whitney and Ariel! I found Bella sort of through Petfinder. I had originally found a corgi named Daisy through pet finder. I wanted to get more information about Daisy's noise levels because I live in student housing. Unfortunately Daisy was pretty vocal however her foster mom had a corgi mix who was laid back (Bella). When I went to visit and adopt Bella I was able to meet Daisy. Boy oh boy I have never met a corgi with so much energy in my life! She was a doll baby though. But, you never know what you'll find through Petfinder.
Mary Lou - I just wanted to encourage you to check petfinder for available corgis. I've gotten both my corgis out of shelters after finding them on petfinder. (I was lucky, I know!) You also might contact rescue groups, even those not close to you. Some will help with transporting your dog to its new home! Also, check regularly. You never know when I new dog will show up in a shelter or rescue.
we lost gus 's buddy our rescue ,we got him a year ago . duke ,our 15 yr old lab is who we lost last moyh .We are looking to find a female corgi to go with our gus . he does not like being the only dog . he was raised with 5 other dogs when we got him before he was taken to the pound . so if any of you know of a corgi female that needs a home please contact us .
I like to say that Dolly is not stupid, just slow. We don't know where she started but she has been to a rescue foster and my mom's before she came to me. She will be my son'ts when he and his girlfriend can move somewhere that dogs are allowed. She does not seem to have been abused. She is very happy, sweet and loving. She is so easy going, Dolly is a good name for her, she is like a rag doll. She is a corginese.
Daisy was in a puppy-mill for the first 5 years of her life- she is almost 8 in March and a very loving dog that will snuggle till the sun goes down in the beginning of NNovember we brought home Milly she has helped me train him to no end they are a great pair he is 4 months old now & they have been playing all morning- this is the 8th year of Daisys life & its going to be the best;))) Milly brings out the playful side of her to no end...Daisy%20takes%20a%20drink%20ice%20water.jpg
I'm very sorry to hear about Autumn!
I'm so sorry for your loss. I lost my rescue Daisy a year ago September and I still cry for her. They stay with us forever even though their time with us is so very short. They definitely leave an imprint on our lives.
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