Corgis in need...

Unfortunately, Corgis sometimes end up in shelters.  Sweet, adorable puppies grow up and are surrendered by owners who didn't fully understand the commitment they were making when they agreed to take a dog into their home.

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of America Corgi Rescue, and its affiliate clubs, provide a temporary home and care for Corgis in need of a new family.  Corgis are not a common breed and fortunately, there are not a lot of dogs or puppies that end up in rescue situations.  However, on occasion the Greater Houston Pembroke Corgi Fanciers Club may have a rescued dog and after careful evaluation, may place the corgi into a loving, qualified home, where they can become a part of a family and wonderful companions for the remainder of their lives.

Rescue Contact and Referral:

Kandee Bishea

The program includes:

  1. 1. Rescue of Corgis from area shelters and humane societies.

  2. 2. Veterinary care.

  3. 3.Temperament evaluation.

  4. 4.Placement into approved homes.

Are you looking to adopt a corgi from our rescue program?

To be considered you must submit a rescue application.  Click here: GHPWCF Rescue Application

We ask for a minimum donation of $300.00 for corgis adopted through our rescue program. This amount may vary depending upon the veterinary needs of the dog. If you would like to be considered as a potential candidate for a GHPWCF Rescue Corgi, please contact Kandee Bishea at

If you would like to make a donation to the GHPWCF Rescue Fund, please make payable to GHPWCF and send to Jennifer Klawinski at 18507 Camellia Estates Lane, Cypress Texas 77429.

Thank you for your support!

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Greater Houston Pembroke Welsh Corgi Fanciers

Corresponding Secretary

Marcene Perry

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