I am new here and am wondering if it is required for a dog to be a full blooded poodle to participate in these forums? I have a yorkie poo who is a puppy mill rescue. She is tall and looks and acts like a poodle. She is 5 months old.
You and your yorkie-poo are very welcome. There are lots of us who have pedigreed poodles, but also people with mixes. We have warm spots in our hearts for people who adopt rescues.
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Welcome to the forum. What is her name? Also, please post a picture! : )
Thank you! Her name is Bailey and I have my hands full.
I will post my questions in another forum.
4 days after we adopted her, she broke her leg in 2 places and had to have a plate and screws put in. I basically had to carry her around and sat on the couch with her for 4 weeks. She is better now and crazy! Lol
I have a very big soft spot for people who take in puppy mill dogs. I have one and it was hard at first. Bailey is a cutie. Welcome!
"I know that dogs are pack animals, but it is difficult to imagine a pack of standard poodles ... and if there was such a thing as a pack of standard poodles, where would they rove to? Bloomingdale's? " --Yvonne Clifford, American actress
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Yes Welcome! I have a heart for rescued dogs as well. I do work with rescues, fostering until we can get them forever homes and the like. My grandparents rescued a female mpoo from a puppy mill many years ago and I was hooked or saving them all. lol Not that I could but I have always wanted to do so.
My idea of a perfect life would be a Poodle and Horse rescue on my place. But I am limited in number of animals they allow where I live. Otherwise my place might look like a staging area for Noah's Ark. :P