Pet's Second Chance

Pet's Second Chance is a non-profit, state-licensed rescue organization located in
St. Louis, Missouri.


Pet's Second Chance, Inc. was founded in 2000 by Linda Moore as a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Located in St. Louis, Missouri, our dedication is to the many Pembroke and Cardigan Welsh Corgis or Corgi mixes who have been abandoned by their owners due to divorce, moving, birth of children, and the many other reasons that families may no longer be able to keep their Corgi. We will accept all Corgis regardless of age or physical condition.

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Last updated January 26, 2014.

Trivia Night

Trivia Night 2013 was not only a success but lots of fun for everyone! Tables were packed with friends and food. What more could one ask for?  We sincere thanks to all you came out to support us not only by attending but also with bidding on auction items. Also thanks so the many table sponsors and companies who donated not only to the auction, but also their donations of beer and other refreshments. The Schlafly beer was gone before we knew it! Please watch our calendar for information on the the October 2014 Trivia Night.

2014 Herding Instinct Day


That's Toby in the photos above. Toby is a red and white Welsh Pembroke Corgi adopted by Andrew Johnson in February of 2006. Toby turned 12 years old this past July. Although the boy still loves herding his sheep, he’s a bit slower now. They never lose the instinct.

Stay tuned for information on our 2014 Herding Instinct Day. All herding breeds welcome. We'll have hot chocolate for all two-legged friends. Meet us at Purina Farm in Gray Summit, Missouri.

Corgis will be handled and evaluated by members of the St. Louis Herding Club. Your Corgi couch potato might surprise you. The herding instinct runs deep in this breed, and your little one may decide to work those sheep. Join us for a fun-filled day with your dog.


We would like to extend a big THANK YOU to CorgiAid Inc. for numerous grants to Pet's Second Chance over the past year. CorgiAid is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to supporting independent rescue of Pembroke and Cardigan Welsh Corgis as well as mixed breed Corgis worldwide. They provide funds for extraordinary expenses such things as major medical expenses and transportation expenses to move a rescued Corgi long distances to a new home. Click on the CorgiAid logo to visit their web site.

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