Need help finding a Corgi here in Northern California!!

I have been in love with Corgi's since 08!! Not long I know but since then I've came across one whom I had found and she stole my heart. But she was someone else's dog so I returned her. I'd love for some direction as to where I can find one. I've checked shelters and no luck.. Please help me and my Hunny find our perfect fur baby! Were financially ready and live right next to a dog park :)

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Comment by Becky Focht on November 18, 2013 at 9:40am

I believe I've seen a rescue called Golden Gate Corgi Rescue.  Hope this helps

Comment by Mai on November 16, 2013 at 3:44am

No way! You live in Fresno? I live in Fresno too!

I just got another puppy too! So now I have two!

Comment by Shannon Lee on November 16, 2013 at 2:05am
That so sweet :)) I love the name!! I check pet finder weekly :) I'll jus widen my search <3 thanks for sharing all that. I live in an apartment too!! And were literally right next to the dog park so it's nice :)
Comment by Holly on November 16, 2013 at 1:59am

I found mine through "Petfinder." It lets you type in the breed, sex, age and temperament that works best for you. Since the site allows very specific searches, I found my "coach potato" who does very well living in an apartment. It is also very honest about dogs with medical and/or behavioral issues so you probably know what you are getting and are not surprised by someone trying to hide problems. I needed a laid-back pet and that is exactly what I got, but it took me more than a year to find the right match . I checked out several, but Sully was the only one that really fit. The puppies and young dogs are more expensive to adopt because their cost helps cover all the immunizations and spay/neutering. They transported Sully from Arkansas to New England for a fee. Most adoptions cost a few hundred dollars. Senior dogs cost the least. Sully is 3 years-old. She was in foster care for over a year and she is just now fully relaxed and settled in her new home. She used to follow me from room to room, now she barely glances up at me if I leave the room. The only time she gets excited is when I go out and come home again. Even a trip to the mailbox receives a welcome akin to the "second coming of Christ." I found adopting a grown dog easier for me, but I'm not sure what you want. Good luck!


Comment by Shannon Lee on November 16, 2013 at 12:28am
I'm open to anything really even if it involves me traveling to Southern California. Any corgi rescues anyone knows of?
Comment by Shannon Lee on November 16, 2013 at 12:24am
That's another thing I forgot to ask about!! How much do the breeders usually charge? I know I've been waiting patiently since last year. Going on 2 years now lol it's so difficult when I have corgi everything on my computer and phone <3 lol know of any corgi rescues in California ? Anything to help at all?
Comment by Melissa and Franklin! on November 16, 2013 at 12:19am

Rescuing corgi in Northern California will take a ton of patience and/or a willingness to drive long distances. There are many corgi rescues in southern california, with patience digging through petfinder you may be able to find one. Occasionally you will find an owner on craigslist wishing to rehome their corgi. There are lots of good breeders in the area if that is the route you want to go too. Just depends on what exactly you are looking for :-)

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