Southeast Corgi Rescue isn't just about finding new furever homes for corgis. For us, rescue is about the health and well-being of each dog and making sure they have the best chance to be healthy, loved, and thrive. Beyond the routine vaccinations, microchipping and being spayed or neutered, many dogs that come into rescue are… Continue reading Hydro Therapy For Cinnamon
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!
Please join us at the Palmetto Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club's ANNUAL CORGILINA PICNIC on Saturday, May 11 and bid on some awesome items at our Southeast Corgi Rescue Silent Auction! PPWCC will generously match the first $500 we raise so this is an amazing fundraiser for our dogs. Picnic tickets can be purchased HERE. Please note: Picnic… Continue reading Southeast Corgi Rescue Silent Auction
May brings one of SECR's favorite corgi events of the year -- the ANNUAL CORGILINA PICNIC hosted by the Palmetto Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club (PPWCC). This is not only a fun, corgi filled day for corgi lovers, this is a major fundraising opportunity for Southeast Corgi Rescue and PPWCC has generously pledged to match up… Continue reading It’s May — Time for the Annual Corgilina Picnic!
As a corgi rescue organization, we've come to realize that saying "Corgis are herding dogs" doesn't fully capture the breed. In their hearts, Corgis really see themselves as so much more...
Southeast Corgi Rescue is a volunteer run 501c3 nonprofit, but we literally could not do what we do without the financial support of so many of you. We rely on donations to help us cover medical and dental care for incoming rescues, as well as special needs and hospice dogs in our care. It is… Continue reading Donations Are An Important Part of Rescue