Prepared by the Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of America Rescue Committee
Buster, a rescued Pembroke Welsh Corgi. He now has too many titles in agility to list.
Most Pembroke Welsh Corgis come into rescue because of lack of attention, training or changes in the family situation. The majority of these dogs are two years of age or older. All rescue Corgis are spayed or neutered and their shots are current before being placed in a new home.
Generally, the rescue Corgi is placed in a temporary home for evaluation of temperament, to insure that a compatible match can be made between the individual dog and a new family.
Many of these adopted Corgis have become very successful in obedience, agility, herding and therapy dogs. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of America, Inc. does not rescue any dogs but provides assistance to their affiliated regional clubs' Rescue Committees.
This is Bug, taking it easy. Bug has titles in obedience, agility, herding and rally since finding her forever home through PWC rescue.
This is Pixie. She was the highest scoring Corgi in the Southern California Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club's Obedience trial. She also has a herding title and Canine Good Citizen award.
TO RELINQUISH A CORGI
Should you have a Corgi you must give up, you will first be asked if you have contacted the breeder (all members of the PWCCA must assist you when they are the breeder). If you can not locate the breeder, contact the rescue committee in your area. These groups only deal with Pembroke Welsh Corgis and a dog with a history of biting is will not be accepted into rescue.
HOW TO ADOPT A RESCUED PEMBROKE WELSH CORGI
If you think there is room in your home and heart for a rescued Pembroke Welsh Corgi or simply prefer not to go though the puppy stage, consider getting a Corgi from rescue.
The first step is to contact the rescue committee in your area to receive a pre-adoption application. To locate the rescue committee in your area, scroll down to the list of Pembroke Welsh Corgi rescue organizations. Simply contact the one that is closest to where you live.
The next step in our adoption process is to complete and submit your adoption application. The purpose of this application is to insure a compatible match between the Corgi and the new family. The goal is a match that will last a lifetime.
Patti was to be fostered by the people who rescued Buster, who is in the first picture on this page. She fell in love with Buster and they decided not to separate them, so the Hansfords adopted her as well. She also has many agility titles.
Golden Gate Pembroke Welsh Corgi Fanciers, Inc.
Northern California (Redding to Fresno), a little into Nevada, Tahoe area
Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of Southern California, Inc.
Southern California only
Lakeshore Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club, Inc.
Serving the Midwest Great Lakes area (IL, WI, MI, IN, MN, IA)
1502 S. 166th Street
New Berlin, WI
Greater Houston Pembroke Welsh Corgi Fanciers
Lower and Middle Texas (from south of Waco, west toward El Paso and east toward Houston, western Louisiana)
P.O. Box 1139
Johnson City, TX 78636
Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of Greater Atlanta, Inc.
Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee
4315 Garmon Rd NW
Atlanta GA 30327-3821
Home phone: 404-233-6735
Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of the Garden State, Inc.
New Jersey area
Ohio Valley Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club, Inc.
Ohio up to and above Columbus, southern Michigan, eastern Indiana (from Indy south and futher north), TN
Neena Van Camp
Gaitway Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of Greater St. Louis
Missouri Rescue Contact:
Greene Country PWC Rescue
c/o Missie Holbrook
cell # 918-808-4340
If you are unable to find a rescue organization that serves your area, contact the PWCCA National Rescue Chairman:
Mary Day Phone: 360-456-1226.