If you contact PWCCA (http://www.pembrokecorgi.org/) they can help with a rescue. The site does have a page listing rescue contacts. Don't be surprised if someone is already working on springing her as the corgi rescue groups are pretty quick.
I tried the link but it said said dog didn't come up..perhaps the corgi is already placed? I was interested because my Pyr is very ancient and when he passes on, Lucy will be very lonely (she's my 6 year old rat terror).
If the rescue has the wherewithall to put dogs on Petfinder, I'm sure he's been picked up by a corgi fan.
I do Petfinder for our local shelter, and whenever we wind up with a dog like that (less common breed -- particularly smaller!) we get *flooded* with calls and emails. Its the ones we get in spades (beagles, labs, rots, and these days rat terriers and jack russells) that we have a harder time placing.
I'll bet dollars to donuts that this guy found a home that was happy to run across him!
I have a contact in rescue in Augusta who is going to swing by and check. On the off chance that she is still there, I am heading straight through there this weekend and can have her pulled. I live in Charleston. If someone wants her, please let me know and I will get her for you.
Also, just an FYI, if you are EVER interested in a dog in a GA shelter, PLEASE hurry and get the dog out immediately. No dog is safe there until they are out of the shelter -- even if some shelters KNOW that there is rescue on the way, they will euthanize a dog. In many cases, dogs there are gassed -- not a "good death" by any stretch.
Lastly, I have quite a few contacts in GA rescue. Chances are if you are interested in a GA shelter dog, I can find a way to get them pulled.
When life gives you lemons. . .say &%^# you lemons! And throw those lemons back in life's face so that it will be afraid of you and won't try that crap again!