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Cardigan Welsh Corgi

207 Bellaire Avenue, Springfield, OH 45503, USA

I’m an individual interested in finding corgis forever homes.

We are an all volunteer-based, 501 C (3), state licensed, non-for-profit dog rescue in Joliet, IL, specializing in herding breed dogs that we pull from high-kill and local shelters. Our goal is to re-home happy, healthy dogs and all proceeds go towards the process and prospect of helping more herding dogs in need.

We were established to find homes for homeless and abandoned Welsh Corgis and Great Danes and “typey” mixes of those two breeds. We also occasionally take in “mutts” and the occasional cat. We do this out of our home(s).

64 South Gap Road, Wheatland, WY 82201, USA

We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to saving Dachshunds and Corgis in need of finding new homes. We take dogs from owner surrenders, shelters, and strays. All dogs in our care live in our home or a foster home. We expose them to as many different situations that we can, including trips to mountain streams, supervised off leash walks, car rides and total love. We strive to get to know each dog’s personality so we can find the right fit for your home.

We love all dogs but since we can’t save ’em all, Little Legs Rescue concentrates on rescuing Corgis and Corgi-mixes. (We occasionally rescue other small/medium-size breeds, too.) We don’t have a shelter: our Little Leggers are housed in foster homes where we get to know their personalities and their likes and dislikes until we can match them with good, forever homes. We have foster homes in CT and also in northeast TN. If one of our adoptable dogs is being fostered in TN, we can arrange for a reliable and professional pet transport company to deliver the dog: there are delivery stops in VA ,MD, PA, NJ, NY, CT, and NH. All of our dogs are vet-checked and altered before placement and all of their medical records will be given to their new owners, at the time of adoption.

Our mission is to seek a forever home for those corgi’s whose path may have placed them in a home just not suitable for them, whose family may have had a change in their lives or have become lost and in a shelter.

1936 Alton Drive, Clearwater, FL 33763, USA

Rescue Contact: Sam Bates, President and Adoptions Coordinator

Pet’s Second Chance, Inc. was founded in 2000 by Linda Moore as a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Located in St. Louis, Missouri, our dedication is to the many Pembroke and Cardigan Welsh Corgis or Corgi mixes who have been abandoned by their owners due to divorce, moving, birth of children, and the many other reasons that families may no longer be able to keep their Corgi. We will accept all Corgis regardless of age or physical condition.

650 Clark Avenue, Webster Groves, MO 63119, USA

Rescue Contact: Diane Sprung

5447 89th Avenue Southeast, Olympia, WA 98513, USA

Rescue Contact: Mary Day

Inola, OK 74036, USA

We have been an established rescue for about 25 years. Most of our dogs are young adults, Purebred Welsh Corgi’s. Occasionally we take in corgi mixes.

Topeka, KS 66601, USA

MISSION: OzWescue™ is a non-profit group which is dedicated to helping unwanted and abandoned Westies, Cairns, Scotties and Corgis to find loving homes.

We are a 501c3 rescue dedicated to the rescue of Collies , German Shepherds, Corgis and collie mixes. We are on a mission to end animal suffering. Our main thrust is to aid dogs from shelters. We also help people rehome their pets. We also have a small sanctuary for elderly and handicapped dogs.

We are a VA based organization whose sole purpose is to rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome herding breed dogs. We strive to provide medical and behavioral treatment for dogs in our care and match them to the best homes possible.

Our website shows both corgi and sheltie mixes and other small breed dogs that are in animal shelters in Southern California. These dogs are available for direct adoption by the general public. Photo and bio on each dog and shelter info contact.

TDBCR is a not-for-profit organization of Border Collie owners who rescue, rehab and rehome unwanted border collies, some mixes and some limited other herding breeds, like Australian Shepherds and Kelpies, space permitting, in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Canada.

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