Linda Moore
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St. Louis, MO
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I have owned Corgis for 40 years. I have Corgi Rescue based in Missouri. My concentrated areas of interest are behavior and training.. I compete in agility with my Corgis. Corgis are great agility dogs!
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
About My Corgi(s):
I compete in agility with my boy Benz. I have owned three agility champions. Benz also has titles in AKC Trick Dog and Scent work. The remainder of our time is filled with rescue work.
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Rescue Transporation Assistance

Posted on November 20, 2007 at 10:13pm 0 Comments

I am in St. Louis and do Corgi Rescue. See the PSC group. I work with the Lake Shore Corgi Rescue Group. We have unfortunatley lost out transport person in the Northern Chicago area. If you or anyone that you know with some dog knowledge would be interested in helping us with transport, please email me or post and I will email you. We usually move dogs from the Northern Chicago area to Wisconsin. We call these "legs" and they are usually about two hours. We cannot pay for gasoline, but the…


Corgi Fun Day

Posted on November 20, 2007 at 9:55pm 0 Comments

Corgi Fun Day was a great success! We had lots of fun games including races, great food, and a costume contest. Gabe will be posting a few photos. Thanks to all who attended. Linda Moore

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At 12:18pm on May 5, 2009, Irene Cardali said…
I love finding corgi rescue friends. I wouldn't say I am a bona fide rescue person but I keep my eyes open for any local corgi's here in Maine. Once I found this breed they all just snuck in my heart.

Last year, through a friend who had a friend who knew someone with a Corgi I "rescued" a 7 year old female Pem. The sweetest little girl, she had only one eye open, I thought for sure she had kidney failure, weighed in at 57 pounds and just flopped in my driveway when her people dropped her off. Dirty, so dirty...

After several thousand dollars and bi-weekly vet visits for month's we just celebrated having her for 1 year on April 27th. She can see out of both eyes, runs circles around my boy, weighs 37 pounds and is my little shadow. She is the one on the right in my profile picture.
At 3:42pm on December 3, 2008, Laura Jones said…
I have never seen corgis that dark red before! They are gorgeous.
At 9:38pm on August 7, 2008, Nichole LeClair said…
PS: I'm still feeding the boys Van Patten's Natural balance.
At 9:37pm on August 7, 2008, Nichole LeClair said…
Now that I've stopped hyperventilating about Gibson's foot.... Could you tell me what you're feeding your adult corgis these days, and how much (and often)? Gibs is gaining some weight since we haven't been getting the lengthy walks in so much this summer. Also, I think he's an emotional eater, just like his mom. : ) It's as though the less exercise he gets, the hungrier he acts.... It's just been so hard out here in the boondocks with the weather, no sidewalks, no street lights.... I mistakenly thought we'd get more outdoor time here. I can't wait to move back somewhere with sidewalks! In the meantime, I think we have to adjust his eating habits, or we're going to need to buy a treadmill! Bear has actually stopped scarfing and only eats when he's hungry and when he's full. Who knew he'd become the role model?
At 8:49am on May 14, 2008, Remy and Maddy said…
At 4:34pm on April 9, 2008, Tanya Amberson said…
I just visited your rescue web site Linda. Bravo!!!!!!!!! I really loved were you encouraged people to adopt senior dogs. One of the rescues I support through my art is Old Dog Haven here in WA state. My husband and I adopted a 14 year old Peke mix from them. :)
I'm really looking forward to working with you and will be waiting for your permission letter. And yes, I always need good reference photos, so please send me as many as you can. My e-mail address is:

At 3:06pm on April 9, 2008, Tanya Amberson said…
Hi Linda,

I would be happy to list a painting on eBay, with a percentage of the proceeds going to support Lake Shore Corgi Rescue Group. If your not a member of Mission Fish you will need to provide me with a permission letter that has your groups letter head on it. This is per eBay regulations in order for me to list an auction for your group. If you follow this link to one of my auctions you will see an example of the letter I need.

Also, you might consider applying for membership in Art Helping animals, We are a group of animal artists from all around the world who support animal rescues through the sale of our artwork. There is a waiting list of charities wanting membership and as one of the founding members I could put in a good word for your rescue once it's on the list. :)
You can e-mail a request for an application to:

Let me know if you have any questions!
At 7:53pm on January 24, 2008, Allie Redman said…
Hey Linda!!! Nia and I have been missing our agility lessons...things are going good. We're taking her to the dog parade this weekend, and Rob has been working on some new tricks with her. She listens so much better to him than to me...she crawls so well on her belly and she balances her treats on her nose until Rob tells her to get them. It's great! We need to get together very soon so Nia can see her Aunt Linda!!! :)
At 6:30pm on January 16, 2008, Linda Moore said…
Charlie is a cutie! He does have a very long back. I would stay away from flyball. AKC will not allow participation in agility until 18 months of age. But the reason that you should wait to compete is because of the growth plates in the legs. Growth plates in Corgis do not completley close until 10-14 months of age. Norm is 11-12. Your boy has small bones from what I can see in the photo. That and the long back means that you will need a very experienced agility trainer, hopefuly someone familiar with Corgis. But. you can start him in foundation agility, (should have a basic obedience class first) as early as 8-9 months. He should not jump over 4" and the A-frame should be close to the ground. Only do three weave poles. Foundation class would be great fun and he will start to get the basic concept of agility. Plus, since we train with food, he will REALLY learn fast. ;-) Things to remember: The A-frame is the worst obstacle for the dog, especially small dogs. It can tear their shoulders all to heck if you don't do it correctly. Make sure that he has at least a 6' run before starting up the A-frame, and keep him going. The great thing is that simple jumps and weave poles can be made inexpensivley for your home. Great for practice. However, I do not recommend it for people who have not been to classes. If you want to let me know what area that you live in, I can recommend a good trainer. And welcome to agility! I hope that you get as hooked as we are! Also, you may want to locate a good certified Animal Chiropractor in your area. Agility Corgis usually manage to throw out a back or shoulder somewhere along in their quest for titles. Linda
At 6:06pm on January 16, 2008, Charlie said…
Hi Linda,

I want to get Charlie into Agility or Flyball, but have heard to wait until he is between one and two years old to avoid damage to his growing bones. My plan is just working on "good dog" manners and obedience until then.

What age do you start your Corgi-kids in athletics?

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