09/01/2015 Lively Seren, aka the Energizer Bunny, has found her forever home. Reports have it that she’s already assisted in helping her new Corgi brother lose a 1/2 pound. She must really keep him active. Way to go Seren, keep on Corgi’ng on.
08/31/2015 Friendly fellow Cooper has found his forever home. He’ll actually be living with Charlie who was adopted a couple weeks earlier. Cooper will complete the set of Corgi bookends at this forever home. Cooper on one side and Charlie on the other, cuddle time!
08/11/2015 Miss Jingles exploring the garden
06/16/2015 Guess who’s down to a slimmer 46 pounds……Megan
06/13/2015 How does a Corgi journey from living in the cold steel cage of a shelter to the warmth of a loving home? Spanky tells all through pictures in our News Feature this month, a SCR alumni’s story.
The base of Megan’s workouts are good hearty walks. Come take a walk with Megan as she works on her fitness.
06/11/2015 We would like to introduce Stubby, affectionately known as Stubbs. He’s a playful 10 year old male who will be available soon. Since we’ve had him, he plays with all of his fosters family’s dog toys. The resident dogs could care less about those toys. We’re glad someone is enjoying them.
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LOST AND FOUND
Corgis are truly special family members, and we hope that they are never separated from us. Occasionally, though, a corgi becomes lost – bolting through an opened door, escaping from a car following an accident, or fleeing in fear during a thunderstorm or fireworks – in spite of our precautions. Sometimes these corgis are found by caring people who contact Sunshine Corgi Rescue.
If you have lost or found a Pembroke or Cardigan Welsh corgi, please contact one of our board members listed on the Board of Directors page. We will do our best to help reunite corgis with their families.
Here are some suggestions:
- Make sure your corgi wears a collar with identification, including a county license and rabies tag. Dogs adopted through Sunshine Corgi Rescue are given a tag with an identifying number.
- Collars and tags can be lost or removed, so your corgi should also be microchipped. Be certain that the microchip registration information is up to date. When your corgi visits the vet, ask that the microchip be scanned; sometimes chips can migrate.
- If your corgi is lost, file a missing dog report with your county animal control and local humane society, and check back daily.
- Have a current photo and detailed description of your corgi available.
- Create and distribute fliers in your neighborhood and any areas where your dog may have been spotted. Include a current photo and precise contact information. Offer a reward, but don’t specify the amount.
Make new friends, but keep the old;
Those are silver, these are gold.
~ Joseph Parry
For the last several years, many families have suffered from job losses and home foreclosures, and, sadly, their corgis have also been affected. Changes in financial circumstances have forced some families to surrender their dogs who have lived with them for many years. Other corgis have found themselves homeless when their owners have passed away or moved to nursing facilities. Many of these dogs are seniors who have never known another home.
Have you considered adopting a senior corgi?
Older corgis ROCK!
~ What you see is what you get – size, personality, grooming needs – no surprises!
~ Seniors are grateful and loving and often create an instant bond with their new families.
~ Seniors settle in quickly and know what it takes to get along with others – both canine and human – in their new family.
~ Older corgis enjoy easy living and a laid back lifestyle. They are content with short outings and ask only to be your loved companion.
Please visit our Available Dogs page and take a look at the seniors. Do you have room in your heart and home for one of these treasures?
Grow old along with me!
The best is yet to be. . . . .
~ Robert Browning
Welcome to Sunshine Corgi Rescue. We are a non-profit organization who is dedicated to offering a second chance to any corgi in need of a new home. Our dedicated staff of volunteers is a group of long time corgi lovers who open their hearts and homes to corgis. Our volunteers include people with many years of experience in the corgi breed. Among our members, we have people who belong to the Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of America and Sunshine Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club in Florida. We have exhibitors, breeders, those that have trained and shown in obedience, agility, herding and have certified therapy dogs.
Sunshine Corgi Rescue is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization whose purpose is for the prevention of cruelty to animals, specifically the Welsh corgi breeds.
We assist Pembroke and Cardigan Welsh Corgis who are surrendered by their current owners, found as strays or discovered in animal shelters. We provide proper, permanent homes for unwanted corgis by providing quality shelter, training and care for them until we are able to place them in new homes.
We promote and advance public education concerning Pembroke Welsh Corgis.
We promote and advance public education concerning responsible dog ownership and canine good citizenship.
The corporation is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes and shall not be conducted or operated for profit. No part of any profits or remainder residue from donation to the Corporation is used to benefit any director, volunteer or individual.
Donations are greatly appreciated and are tax deductible. They may be sent to:
Sunshine Corgi Rescue
P.O. Box 576
Trilby, FL 33593