Sadly, Southeast Corgi Rescue has become all too familiar with the high canine heartworm infection rates in the states of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. We know the faces of those infected all too well, because, all too often, we become caregivers for rescued dogs with Canine Heartworm Disease and have to watch them go through… Continue reading We Know The Faces of Canine Heartworm Disease All Too Well
Regular exercise is an important part of keeping a Corgi healthy and happy. Foster Frodo shows how he likes to strut his stuff and get into shape for his future furever home -- while keeping an eye on that other dog in the mirror... https://www.facebook.com/southeastcorgirescue/videos/405607286935653/
Southeast Corgi Rescue is committed to our rescued corgis for their lifetime. Even in a happy, loving adoptive home things sometimes don't work out as planned. We understand. We want our dogs to be in the best home possible for them to be loved, happy, and thrive. Finnegan was adopted from SECR in 2017, but… Continue reading Welcome Back Finnegan!
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It must be a blue moon. Or a cold day in you know where. Because we actually have a PUPPY in the house. Transporter extraordinaire, our puppy whisperer, Uncle Mark, brought little Emmy on the last portion of her journey to freedom from the puppy mill where she started her life. She's 5-6 months old… Continue reading Little Emmy