Poodle Rescue Connecticut
and surrounding New England States


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"The Tiny Five"

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



(with thanks to Jodi Greenleaf)
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Bernard


Bernard is a 5 year old, 47 pound, black standard who was crated in a basement for 12 hours a day for his first five years of life. He is very sweet and very loving and he loves to play fetch! He startles at new sounds (dishwasher etc.) but he is amazingly quick at recovery. Watch for an update in a week or so when we know him a bit better. Right now we have only thumbs up for this good boy. We will be looking for a home that knows and loves standards and perhaps another Poodle for company.





  Venice and Lexi


Venice and Lexi were given up to a shelter recently due to financial hardship. These 4 year old Poodle mix females are 10 and 12 pound litter mate sisters and are very bonded. The smaller of the two, Venice (on left) came in anemic and dehydrated. With appropriate vet care she seems to be doing better. To help defray their vet expenses we are asking for a rescue donation of $500 for the two girls together.





Barney


Barney is a 13 year old Cockapoo who came to us from a woman who dumped him at Petsmart because she was moving and couldn't take him with her. Barney is a 21 pound love muffin! A bowl of food, trips outside to do his business, a warm cushy bed and some love is the recipe for this guy's happiness! You will be happy to because he is so easy to love! Please apply!






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

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


Jake

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.