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We have recently relocated to UK from Singapore. A couple of months before we moved our beloved tan and white Pembrokeshire, who we adopted when he was 9, died after a long illness. My daughter is devastated and misses him terribly. Please let me know if you hear of any similar corgis that need a new and loving home!
Milo is absolutely gorgeous He’s definately a dog I would love to give a ‘Forever Home’ to, My only issue is the distance he is from where I live, (I live in Bromsgrove, Worcsestershire) and do not drive!.
Unfortunaately I lost my ‘Best Friend’ nearly a year ago now. His Name was Jake’ and he was 14yrs old when he passed away!, he passed away in his favourite spot at home with all of us around him. But my house is not a home anymore! I miss him terribly!, (even though his ashes are in my Bedroom)!!! I would love to own another Corgi as they are such great characters.
I’d love more information please, a contact number or email?
we rescued a fluffy corgi here near seattle. that crate thing is hard, molly sleeps in the bathroom or under a coffee table. took almost a year to get her to enjoy going for walks. we love her dearly, and would adopt another, but gb is a tad too far for us.
I am interested in taking this great looking boy. I have been looking for a corgi for some time with no success. I have a good home of myself and girlfriend and we live an active but not stressful lifestyle. I live in Suffolk but have zero problems driving to north to give him a loving home.
Wait can I adopt if I’m in the US????
Hi Dani, these are UK Corgis. Good luck on your corgi search!
Me and my partner are looking to adopt a Corgi. The gender doesn’t matter at all. Only issue would be that they get along with cats. Other than that, we’re active people, love the outdoors and would love a wee companion to come along. Oh, and we live in Scotland.
I’m looking to adopt a Corgi, how can I contact breeders? Thanks a lot 🙂
Have a look at the Kennel Club website for breeders. Otherwise, just seen this little lady needing a home – https://www.facebook.com/BrownStreetKennels/
Our family are looking to adopt a beautiful Welsh corgi to have a forever home with a half-acre out the back to play about in. There is always someone regularly at home so the puppy won’t ever be lonely. We have been looking for a few months now sadly to no avail. Greater London based but no issue with driving a couple of hours for a new member of the family!
It’s hard to get a lovely corgi sometimes. Have you been in touch with all the breeders on the KC list? They can pass your details onto other breeders if they aren’t expecting litters at present.
Feel free to join our facebook group by the way. That way you can find out about our London events.
Hi, my name is Linda, i’m from the Netherlands.
I’ve been trying to find a relocating Corgi for about a year now. The thing is, in the Netherlands there aren’t that many available for relocating. I was advised to reach out to the UK, where Corgi’s are a more common breed. Do you have any information on Corgi’s that might want to move and be my forever friend?
Corgis are still quite a rare breed in the UK – only a couple hundred pups are year. Thus corgis that need adopting a rare. Your best bet may be to get in touch with breeders and see if they have any ex-breeding dogs which need a new home.
Hi there, I’ve been looking to adopt a Pembroke Welsh Corgi for over 6 months now after my old dog sadly passed away. The gender doesn’t really matter and we would like it to be a puppy so we can have a new fresh start! Thank you.
Sorry about your old dog 🙁 Have a look at the Kennel Club list of assured breeders.
Hello, We are looking to adopt/rescue a corgi as we cant quite afford the price of a puppy! We absolutely love them and can’t find another breed that comes close. Do you have any information where we might be able to contact to add our names to a list? Thanks
First of all without wanting to put you off the cost of buying a dog is nothing compared to the cost of providing them with good food and making sure they are in good health (ie vet costs etc) so we’d definitely recommend also factoring that in before acquiring a dog (puppy or rescue), and perhaps postponing until sure you’d be able to provide for them and pay for unexpected costs. There is a corgi rescue in the UK yes, if you look up “corgi rescue” you should be able to get their telephone number (we are not associated with the breed clubs nor them). Best Wishes
I wonder whether I might venture useful comments. My family kept corgis as companion dogs here in Wales for over 50 years in my husbands case. We lost our last one in 1990.
Corgis are becoming a very, very rare breed and any potential rehomer may have a very, very long wait. Any corgi breeder rehoming dogs can afford to be choosy. Puppies will be very expensive, the upfront cost will be high, they are nowadays like hens teeth. The chances of finding a pedigree corgi outside breeders is remote.
Now here is one idea, consider a Swedish Vallhund. Again these are also very rare. They are closely related to corgis. Consult the Swedish Vallhund Society of Great Britain, a breeder may consider rehoming a retiring Vallhund with you if you can demonstrate ideal home conditions and a good knowledge of spitz breeds and have owned Vallhunds or corgis. Breeders dont usually charge but they will be very choosy. We have had 2 previous vallhunds, currently have a bitch and are about to adopt a 3 year old boy because the breeder wants to reduce her numbers. They are a very healthy breed and if you love corgis you will like these little Viking dogs.
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