The 2017 Corgi Connection of Kansas Corgi Gathering was the largest yet! The picture below includes only a portion of those who attended throughout the day. We estimate about 400 people were there and 175-200 dogs! It just keeps getting better and better!

CCK 2017 Gathering


Corgi Connection of Kansas is an ALL volunteer rescue that helps homeless or abandoned Pembroke or Cardigan Welsh Corgis. We take in Corgis that need us and adopt them out to wonderful new homes. Though our focus is centered in the state of Kansas we will assist in Corgi rescue throughout the Midwest.

MartyWe do not have a shelter facility. All dogs are housed and cared for in our network of foster homes. This allows us to get to know the dogs personality and provides insight into the proper placement for the dog in its new forever home. We carefully review applications and place the dogs in approved, responsible, permanent homes.

Each dog receives the best medical care. All of our dogs are spayed or neutered, brought current on all vaccinations, heart-worm tested, groomed, and started on flea and heart-worm prevention.                    

So far in 2017 we have taken in more than 20 corgis. That included 10 from a breeder some of which went to other rescues. 

We want to make sure the corgis are healthy as can be so adoption for some of the dogs has been delayed. Currently we have many good applications and not enough dogs! It's a good situation for the rescue but can be frustrating for those wishing to add a furry friend to their home. If you have submitted an application, please be patient with us as the process can seem slow at times. We take the placement of our rescues very seriously and want to make the best decision possible for them.

Adoptions have continued to be steady and so do requests to take corgis in to rescue. We try to help as many as possible but without quality foster homes, we are strictly limited in the number of corgis we can take in to rescue.

Many of the requests are coming from individuals who are having trouble with their personal Corgi. While we work with dogs that have "issues," our volunteers are not animal behaviorist so serious issues such as aggression are not something we deal with. We try to give preference to dogs in shelters and puppy mills.

If you are looking to adopt a Corgi or if you have a Corgi that needs to get into our program please contact: Jeanette DeMars through the "Contact Us" page.