Poodle Rescue Connecticut
and surrounding New England States

Your Subtitle text
For Adoption

Please take a few minutes to view

"The Tiny Five"

This is what "rescue" is all about........

(with thanks to Jodi Greenleaf)

Pink Princess

Pink came to us from a well known caring shelter where Pink's diagnosis of Demodectic and Sarcoptic mange had been initially treated. Because it's a long process better treated in a quiet home setting we decided to take Pink on. If all goes well Pink should be able to be adopted. Pink is around one year old, weighs 9 pounds and is a mix of some sort, Poodle or Maltese. What we do know about this little girl is that she is sweet, loving, quiet and incredibly good natured. Watch for weekly updates on Pink's progress!


Duke is a 6 year old (10/09/08) standard male on the thin side of 44 pounds. I believe this to be one of those cases where the family wanted a standard but didn't appreciate the intelligence and sensitivity of the breed. Having a beagle in the family before him and then a few years later acquiring a Pekinese, Duke kind of got lost. What we know of him in the short time he has been here knocks our socks off! He is loving, sweet, quiet, walks beautifully on lead, never pulling. He would be an excellent back seat rider if you wanted to do some cross country traveling. He seems to be a little hesitant with men which makes us think that a woman or women would make him happiest! If you want a great guy who loves to cuddle, snuggle and lean and who is very well behaved, please apply! His next new beginning needs to be right this time!

If you would like to apply to adopt a PRCT dog,
please read about our
Process and then complete our Application


he following dogs need homes but are not PRCT dogs. Use the contact information provided on each listing to inquire about them.


This is Jake, a 13 year old white mini Poodle guy who was going to be euthanized by his family until a Good Samaritan stepped in and took him into foster care. Jake is having some marking problems that would probably be helped by a family that is home a better part of the day.

For more information on  this cute little guy see www.bestbullies.org
or contact canineking@aol.com

Jake has been such a good boy and all he asked Santa for was a new forever home.