Pembroke Welsh Corgis are a breed of herding dogs that likely came out of Pembrokeshire, Wales. They are an intelligent type of canine and are also the smallest breed within the Herding Group. Though a European dog that is favored by British royalty, Corgis are a very popular breed in the United States, and there are many different regional clubs dedicated to them.
Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of America, Inc
The Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of America has been around since 1936. It is an active club that is involved with a variety of events, such as the Corgi national specialty. Their site has an online store where people can buy all sorts of books, DVDs, newsletters and other materials related to the breed. They also do breeder referral. People who want to join the Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of America should take a look at their membership requirements.
Golden Gate Pembroke Welsh Corgi Fanciers, Inc
The Golden Gate Pembroke Welsh Corgi Fanciers club was established in 1957, and works to promote the welfare and interest in the dog breed. They are based around the Bay Area of California, and are linked to some rescue resources in the region. They organize some events like specialty shows, Spring matches and Corgi fairs. Anyone who is interested in becoming part of this should read the membership information.
Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of Southern California
The PWCCSC was organized in 1961, and has since encouraged “proper care, training, selective breeding, and good sportsmanship amongst corgi owners.” For people looking into adopting, they do breeder referrals and can link to Corgi rescue. This club hosts a variety of events and activities, such as specialty shows, fun days and herding instinct tests.
Click here for information on membership to this club.
Lakeshore Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club
The Lakeshore Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club is based out of the Midwest, with members in Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois and Michigan. They are involved with some events around this region of the country, including club meetings and specialty shows. This club’s membership information is available online.
Mayflower Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club, Inc
The Mayflower Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club is based out of the Northeast, particularly New England. Its members participate in a number of events for Corgis and all breeds, such as obedience trials, winter carnivals, herding instinct tests and agility trials. Those who want to join must read the membership rules.
Cascade Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club, Inc
The CPWCC is based out of Washington State, and holds quarterly meetings in the Puget Sound area. They also hold a spring match, a herding event, specialty shows, fun days, Christmas parties and obedience classes. This club has rescue resources, and know a good deal of breeders around the Pacific Northwest region.
Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of the Potomac
The PWCCP is based around Virginia, Maryland and surrounding states. This group is engaged in several activities throughout the year, such as agility trials, rescue picnics, general meetings and more. They are also connected with a rescue program and know of a variety of breeders around the area. This club publishes a quarterly newsletter, The Tide.Those who are interested in joining should check out the club contacts.
North Texas Pembroke Welsh Corgi Fanciers
Greater Houston Pembroke Welsh Corgi Fanciers, Inc
The GHPWCF holds club meetings six times throughout the year, and visitors are welcome to attend. Its members are also active in a number of other events, like specialty shows. One of its members can also refer people to breeders. They also know of some Corgis that need homes.
Click here for information on membership to the GHPWCF.
Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of Greater Atlanta, Inc
This Georgia club has been active since the early 1980s, and hold meetings and an annual specialty throughout the year. They also do breeder referrals, and have a few people linked to a rescue network.
Columbia River Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club
The CRPWCC has members in Oregon and southern Washington. They offer breeder referrals for a few places around the West Coast, and also have a few boarding referrals for Oregon. People can also contact them for Corgi rescue. This club holds meetings almost every month, as well as some other activities like specialties, an annual doggie dash & family fair, holiday parties and matches.
The Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of the Garden State
This New Jersey club was founded in 1984, and they are active in holding meetings, obedience competitions, agility trials, fun days and herding instinct tests. This Corgi club also publishes a quarterly newsletter, “Toplines.” They also know of some regional breeders. Anyone who is interested in becoming part of this club should read the membership requirements.