You can find Corgis for adoption by searching websites such as Petfinder.com and Adoptapet.com. Additionally, you can find rescued Corgis online or in your phone book by searching for Corgi rescue centers, such as the North Shore Animal League.
When searching for a pet online, all you have to do is input the breed of pet you are looking for into the search box. Then, simply fill out a little information about yourself, such as your ZIP code, and a list of pets should appear within a certain radius of where you live. Information about the seller also appears next to each listing, including any credentials a pet my have, the cost of adopting a pet and other special instructions a specific seller or breeder may have.
Additionally, searching for Corgi shelters is another way to find Corgis to adopt. The North Shore Animal League is the world's largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption center and, at any given day, they may have a very wide array of dogs of various ages and breeds that need homes, including Corgis. People looking for Corgis can also search for certified breeders through the American Kennel Club website. This site is mainly for people looking for pure bred puppies and search results often include a particular puppy's date of birth and how many males and females of a litter are left to adopt.