Rescue

 

The North Texas Pembroke Welsh Corgi Fanciers provide a service to assist displaced Corgis find a new home. Corgis are surrendered for various reasons, such as a move, death in the family, incompatibility with other pets or family members, or behavior issues. No matter the reason for surrender, all dogs deserve to find a quality, permanent home and will enrich your life beyond measure.


If you have made the decision to release your purebred Pembroke Welsh Corgi for placement in a new home, your first step should be to contact the dog’s breeder. A reputable breeder should always be given the option of accepting the dog. If your breeder has no interest, please access and complete our NTWPCF Release of Rescue Form prior to contacting us.

All of our dogs are current on their shots, heartworm negative (on preventative), and spayed or neutered. The club requires a minimum donation of $300. The majority of them have been in foster care with a club member and have been evaluated for things like housebreaking, temperament, child friendliness, leash training, and compatibility with other animals.

The majority of our rescue dogs are 4 years of age or older, with puppies being rare exceptions. We have had every color available. Occasionally we are in need of homes to provide a little extra TLC for our special needs canines.

We highly recommend an obedience class for our rescue dogs in order to ease the transition into their new family life. Considering the general temperament of Corgis, it is essential to establish the owner as alpha.

We do not operate on a first come first served basis. Our priority is matching the right dog with the right family in order to fulfill our goal of finding a loving, permanent home for our dogs.

If you have a place in your home and your heart for a rescue dog, print out a copy of our NTWPCF Rescue Form and email NTPWCF Rescue (rescue1@northtxwelshcorgis.org) .

In order to download the application, you will need a copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader.  Click on Adobe logo for a free copy.


If you would like to help Corgi Rescue, please go to www.corgiaid.org. They have been very gracious in supporting the NTPWCF.  CorgiAid is a 501(3c) charity and gifts are tax deductible.

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North Texas Pembroke Welsh Corgi Fanciers

Corresponding Secretary:  secretary1@northtxwelshcorgis.org

We also suggest visiting www.corgisncritters.org , www.1-800-save-a-pet.com (search by zip code 74146 for the Oklahoma Corgis), www.petfinder.com, or Oklahoma Corgi rescue can be emailed at okcorgirescue@sbcglobal.net.

Callie and Josey        Adoption Pending

Callie and Josey are 6 year old purebred Pembroke Welsh Corgi and dorgi (half dachshund, half corgi) girls in need of a new home.  These girls need to go together.  They are both completely vetted (spayed, current on shots, heartworm negative and on preventative.  Callie and Josey are crate trained, house broken and leash trained.  Good with children, OK with other dogs and cats.  Due to a family members allergies to them it has become necessary to find another place for these very sweet girls.

Kendal and Bleue

Kendal and Bleue are purebred Pembroke Welsh Corgi males.   Kendal is a red headed tri 8 years of age.  Bleue is a black headed tri blue-ie 5 years of age.  The boys are current on shots, neutered, heartworm negative and on preventative.  They are healthy boys that are leash trained and house broken.  They are good with older children and cats but not with other dogs.  If placed together they need to be the only dogs in the home.  Please complete and application (see www.northtxwelshcorgis.org) and email it to rescue1@northtxwelshcorgis.org.