Rescued Corgis!


Rescued Corgis!

A group where rescued corgis can meet!

Members: 197
Latest Activity: Nov 25, 2013

Discussion Forum

Where did you get your Corgi?

Started by Zed. Last reply by Ben, Angelique, and Buddy Jan 21, 2013. 32 Replies

Collar or harness when walking?

Started by Shasta Allen. Last reply by Stephanie Starkey Jul 29, 2011. 3 Replies

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Comment by Tammey & Caven on November 1, 2008 at 5:13pm
Hello, I am Bear and I was rescued from being put down just days before my schedualed execution date. Mom and Dad brought me to my new home and have showed me, every day, how much they love me and I have done my very best to return thier love. I was only six months old when I came to my new home and almost never made a mistake on the floor. Dad says that I just knew not to poop or pee on the floor but I don't remember. I am almost eight years old now and can not imagin a life without my family. I have a big sister, Joni, but she is not a Corgi. She is a Great Dane but we don't ever tell anyone and she gets by ok. I have a little sister named Ollie who is a collie and is just silly. I don't think she even cares that she is not a Corgi, but she loves me and Mom and Dad and Joni, shows it every time we come home from work and that is enuff for me. I have a hard time getting enuff to eat. Mom feeds me but not every time they eat and I have seen in the fridge and there is a lot of stuff in there, I can just smell it! Joni will sometimes take things off of the counter but what ever she gets up there almost never makes it to the floor. I guess about the only thing wrong around here is that I dont get to eat as much as I would like. Maybe some of Y'all could explain to Mom how much food a Corgi needs.
Comment by Suzette & Rueben Dog on November 1, 2008 at 11:34am
Hi- I'm Rueben and and am very glad that I was rescued! I was living with 50 other dogs in a trailer for 3 years. I've been in my new home since 2005 and have learned all sorts of things like: how to climb stairs, how to go potty and poo outside and most of all how nice it is to give and receive love! I have to say that my biggest challenge was finding a way to let my master know that I have to go outside....I don't like barking and the constant staring wasn't working but alas I am able to get their attention if I sneeze over and over again!
Comment by Becky H. on October 28, 2008 at 8:54pm
My husband and I needed a buddy for our shih-tzu, Brownie.
We adopted Midget (aka Midgee) from the Humane Society in February 2008.
He's a good dog. He of course has his Corgi traits, but he's a fun dog.
Comment by Holly Thompson on October 28, 2008 at 8:07pm
Danny is our rescue boy. He came from Pet's Second Chance in Chesterfield, Mo. They are wonderful, dedicated people that saved Danny's life. He is a very lucky boy and we are very blessed to be his forever family.
Comment by Lady Bug (Michelle) on October 28, 2008 at 6:30pm
One of my boys, Roady is a rescue. He is now in his forever home and couldn't be happier!
Comment by Julie on October 27, 2008 at 6:30pm
Hooray for rescued corgis! I know how close I was to being put down, I am thankful everyday that my forever family rescued me from that fate!


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