Some things happen in life that are beyond your control. Whether because of landlord problems, allergies, relocation, deployment, financial problems, a death in the family, or something else, you may find yourself with no other choice but to give up your corgi. We know how difficult and heartbreaking this decision can be. The good news is that you don’t have to surrender your pet to a shelter! Ask anyone who has worked at an animal shelter and they will tell you – shelters should be a last resort for our beloved pets.
Here pet owners and potential adopters can connect directly when there are no foster home available at the time, so pets can go from one good home to another, instead of an animal shelter. Rehoming your pet through direct adoption is simple, smart and humane.
You and your pet and the potential adopter can meet wherever you like. Most people arrange to meet in a neutral place, such as a local park, that is convenient to both of you. The potential adopter gets to meet your pet in a low-key, low-stress way that allows your pet to act naturally. And you get to take measure of the adopter and determine if their lifestyle is a good fit for your pet. If available, you can also have a member of NTxCC meet with you both, and help make the introductions and transition smoother. It is possible that you and the potential Adopter will decide on the spot at your first meet-up to transfer possession of your pet. This is a decision that is up to the two of you to make and you should not feel pressured to do so quickly.
If you are the owner-release, please make sure your pet is up to date with shots, and any/all medications. If you are having issues financially, please email or message NTxCC.
Keep them out of the shelter. Get your pet adopted.
The second part of our Rehome Program is rescue of stray or endangered corgis. In the event, these potential pets will be placed in a foster home, evaluated, and we will list available corgis on our Facebook page.