If you know who the kennel is, contact them and tell them a little about yourself and the history you have with Ember and your willingness to adopt her. I bet you'd be surprised at how willing most breeders are to find good loving pet homes for their pups needing rehoming. If you have a vet and/or some friends, neighbors, coworkers that can send a nice word or two about you, that couldn't hurt either. That's how I got my first Kelpie. I emailed the breeder out of the blue and just described my life/family and desire to add that particular dog into my life. I was invited out to meet her and we all clicked so instantly, that I took that dog home that very day and have been close friends with the breeder ever since.
Best 'cold email' I ever sent. LOL (that dog is happily playing with the chickens as I write this - love that little beastie girl!) Worked out so well, we went back and got another, we are expecting our (actually, my daughter's) first litter of Kelpies in Jan. This opened up a whole new world for me.
even if it doesn't work out with Ember for whatever reason, you never know who else they may be needing to find a home for. You may find yourself with a poodle (or two) sooner than you ever thought possible.
Best wishes to you and Ember! I hope it works out as well for you as it did for my family.