Beautiful Bella went to the Rainbow Bridge yesterday. Bella came into rescue just over a week ago. She was 15 years old with many health issues so we knew our time with her would be short. But this doesn't lessen our sadness. We are sorry that we were unable to help her more but her… Continue reading Rest In Peace, Bella
It is a sad start to the new year for Southeast Corgi Rescue as another of our forever fosters has gone on to the Rainbow Bridge. Sebastian, a handsome Fluffy Corgi/Vallhund mix, came into rescue at age 17 after his elderly owner could no longer care for herself, or him. Despite his age, weight, arthritis… Continue reading Sebastian At The Rainbow Bridge
We know with our Forever Fosters that due to their health and age we will have too little time with them before they pass on to the Rainbow Bridge. Lord Zipper came to us after the sudden death of his parents. He was overweight with kidney and liver disease. Through the ups and downs of… Continue reading In Loving Memory of Lord Zipper
It breaks our hearts to have to share the news with you that our sweet senior boy Roscoe left us yesterday to cross the rainbow bridge. Roscoe joined the SECR family as a hospice foster several months ago after his 95-year-old owner passed away. One of our long-time fosters found room in her heart to… Continue reading Rest In Peace, Roscoe
With summer winding down and kids back in school, some Southeast Corgi Rescue alumni and fosters wanted to share their answers to the age old question of "How did you spend your summer?"
We thought it time for an update on some of Southeast Corgi Rescue's alumni and fosters enjoying their summer and living the corgi good life.
While we love all of our rescues, some especially steal our hearts. Perhaps it is because their needs are so great, or maybe because they seem to show so much gratitude when well. One little corgi especially stole our hearts. This is a tribute written by his adoptive mom. Winston: A Story of Healing, Hope… Continue reading A Tribute To Winston
Without the support of our Southeast Corgi Rescue community, we could not do what we do as a rescue. Unfortunately, we seldom get the opportunity to hang out together since SECR covers a three state area -- NC, SC, & GA. Which is why we love the Annual PPWCC Corgilina Picnic. It is one of our favorite ways to reconnect… Continue reading Thank you To Our Southeast Corgi Rescue Community!