Where Adoptable Dogs
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Welsh Corgis
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We are pleased to present the dogs we have rescued >and those that are ready to be adopted and loved.

If you are interested in adoption or fostering, please see this website for more details. This rescues goal is to find the safest homes possible based on each dog’s temperament. Families who have experience with German Shepherds, own their homes, and have a fully fenced yards are highly preferred. The rescue rarely has puppies available for adoption. When the rescue has puppies, they will be posted on the website. This rescue exists for one reason: to save German Shepherds & Welsh Corgis. Once you are an approved applicant, a Meet & Greet will be set up as our dogs are in foster homes and the rescue is not open to the public.

If you have any further questions please feel free to contact the rescue
via email: faerielandrescue@gmail.com

Our Breeds

German Shepherd

The breed has a distinct personality marked by direct and fearless, but not hostile, expression, self-confidence and a certain aloofness that does not lend itself to immediate and indiscriminate friendships. The dog must be approachable, quietly standing its ground and showing confidence and willingness to meet overtures without itself making them. It is poised, but when the occasion demands, eager and alert; both fit and willing to serve in its capacity as companion, watchdog, blind leader, herding dog, or guardian


Welsh folklore says the corgi is the preferred mount of tiny, woodland fairy warriors. There is also a folk legend that says corgis were a gift from the woodland fairies, and that the breed's markings were left on its coat by fairy harnesses and saddles.

Corgis are very active and energetic. They have a strong desire to please and should receive both physical and mental exercise regularly. They should be socialized early on because they tend to be shy and cautious with strangers and other dogs. They have a tendency to be very vocal, and for this reason make good alarm dogs. They are typically good with children, but due to their herding behavior they may nip at their heels during play, although this behavior can be trained out of the dog. Pembroke corgis are outgoing and playful as well as bold and protective while Cardigan corgis are more devoted and affectionate.

About FaerieLand Rescue Inc.

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FaerieLand Rescue Inc. is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization run solely on adoption fees and donations.

The rescue serves German Shepherds and Welsh Corgis in need. Our network of devoted foster families provides a safe haven to German Shepherds and Corgis as they make their way to quality, loving homes of their own.

All adoption fees are used to cover spay/neuter procedures, shots, worming, microchips, emergency boarding, food, medications, and other surgeries as needed for adoptable dogs.

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