To see more pets who have passed on to the rainbow bridge, be sure to click the page number hyperlinks at the bottom to see more.

 NameHow I Will Remember My Corgi
RescueCharlotteCharlotte was the most loving, sweetest companion. She loved to swim. She was Turbo's "Grandma" keeping him in line. Her new forever home loved her deeply and she in return loved them as if she was theirs forever. The last 2 years of her life were the best she ever had. We will miss our angel.
RescueFoxyFoxy is a very sweet girl. She came to us when her owner was moving and couldn't take the girl with him. She is a smaller corgi with a very large attitude on life.
RescueFEEBIEFeebie was given to us when she lost her home through no fault of her own. She is a very dignified lady. Her job, when you leave a room is to close the door behind you and spin and bark. She is very active and loves to have her belly rubbed.
RescueCashCash has crossed the Rainbow Bridge. It was very sudden and unexpected. We are saddened for his loss. Our sympathies go out to his Mom Valerie and his corgi sister Katie. Our prayers are with you Cashew. We know we have a guardian angel to watch over us now. Love you. You will be missed.
RescueCoco Joy KitchenaidCoco Joy is a wonderful little girl who is always looking for love. We usually don't take in mixes, but we could see she was truly a corgi mix. She came to us because she lost not one but two of her people and their friends were unable to care for her. She adores belly rubs and kisses.
RescueDittosDittos lived a long and happy life. She crossed the Bridge at the young age of 13 yrs. She is missed by many. We love you Miss Dittos.
RescueSHALEIGHSweet, mischevious little giblet loved and missed by Nancie Lewis of Colorado. Crossed to bridge March 24, 2008. The sky shines brighter now with the Shaleigh star! Miss you little girl.
RescueKongKong was a wonderful boy. He was a Hero. He saved his first Mama from attack by another dog. His nickname "lips" fit him with his big smile and the pinkest of lips. He moved into my home and lived here until Halloween, 2010, when he crossed the bridge, due to DM. He was the happiest boy ever.
RescueBaxterBaxter's original owners passed away and he was taken in by a lovely family. Unfortunately, Baxter and their toddler didn't get along, so Baxter is now with us. He has had obedience training, worked as a therapy dog, and is an all around very nice gentleman. He loves his attention, is very active
RescueCHARLIEWEST TEXAS GOOD OL' BOY "CHARLIE" Charlie was my very first corgi and he showed us what corgis were all about. He came into our lives through rescue, took over as the “man of the house” and he stole my heart. He loved to run in agility. He was a true joy in our lives.
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