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Old 08-25-2011, 01:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was just on Carolina Poodle Rescue because I like to keep updated. Just if anyone is wondering there are PLENTY of very adoptable dogs there. Puppies as well. Just to note a couple of Spoo that are highly adoptable..

William & Harry- Spoo 7 months old from a Retired "breeder" & these 2 pups did not sell.

Jet- 2 years of age came in with 2 others, Owner has Thyroid Cancer & can no longer provide for these 3 Spoo.
Tess- 2 years, Chocolate Parti
Nellie- 2 years, black All 3 don't need to go to the same home. The owner just wants them to have the life that they should have.

Erica- Maybe someone might have some knowledge with a Spoo not able to gain weight. She is 22" tall & weighs in at only 28lbs. Been to vet & cleared of Addison's. Was put on meds for Cushings for 3 wks now BUT no weight gain & now they need to go back to the vet. So far nothing has come up with blood tests. Sweet dog.

Plenty of Minis & Toys that are looking for great homes.

Chihuahua puppies

Toy Poodle that has had pups will be adopted out when she is done nursing.

Please go take a look.. I wish I could just have some more room just to add 1 more but none for now. My CPR boy is off to Obedience class tonight.
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Old 08-25-2011, 02:08 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I love CPR and I believe in rescue but I can't go to the site very often because it breaks my heart. I want Boo and Maisy. I tend to fall for the seniors or those with a certain "expression." Porter Wagner makes me cry. He's going blind and he's homeless (forever homeless).

I've never seen so many non-poodles on the site before though! And I can't find William and Harry.
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I'm the same way Rowan, it's the senior rescues that get to me. So few people want to take on a dog (or cat) that won't be with them for a long time. It's so sad, especially in cases where they've been a beloved pet for most of their lives, and somehow end up in rescue in their golden years.
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I also have a habit of torturing myself by going to the Southern California Poodle Rescue site. I know it'll just make me sad, but I can't help myself. And I get to see the dogs when I drop Beau off for grooming, which is even harder. Someday, though, we'll be ready and Beau is going to get a partner in crime.

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My local poodle rescue rarely has a purebred poodle and was completely unresponsive to me. I wish I lived closer to a great rescue...I'd probably have more than one poodle by now.
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Before I started looking at breeders I scoured the rescues and shelters for a Spoo, anywhere withing 250 miles of here....no luck. I LOVE the senior dogs...they yank my heart strings...so wise, and so in need. I'd take one in a heart beat. There just isn't any Poodles up here in the shelters or rescues.
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Phrannie- glad you were looking at Rescue Spoo's. I would still keep a Rescue in your radar. Plenty of "rescues" actually remove pure breed dogs from shelters before they even have a chance to be in on a list. Also you could look on Craigslist, Petfinder etc... If you give me your radius I can look on my facebook group. Right now I know of 3 Spoo's that need rehoming on this group.
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I also torture myself looking at rescues. There is an adorable male parti mini that would be a great playmate for my Auggie; but we cannot add another right now. I have shared this pups picture with so many friends, in the hopes that someone I know will adopt him!!!
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I am also looking for a rescue spoo in my area. We've had Bentley for 3.5 months and we want a sister for him! It's hard to find a female around here, people just snatch them up!
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I think on a hopeful note, older doggies do get to love their lives in a rescue like CPR, and even get a sponsor. And that does not mean that they won't find a real family.

I'm following the 12 dogs (cat) of Christmas and cheer when another one is adopted. And I'm pulling for Oprah, too!

Someone on here said that dogs were very adaptable.
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