Available for Adoption

 

 

Toy Size (10" and under at the shoulder)

  • MAX
    MAX
  • MAX
    MAX
    Max is an eight-year-old neutered male yorkie-poo who weighs 15 pounds. Max is a sweet, friendly boy who loves to give kisses. He likes to play with toys and will choose a favorite to carry around or nap with. He likes to sleep in bed with his foster parents and their dogs. Max announces visitors, but he does not bark excessively. He's eager to please and would do well with a family that is familiar with positive reinforcement training. Max enjoys meeting new people and gets along well with his four-legged foster siblings, but he can be choosy about new dogs. His foster family is helping him work on his social skills, but feel he does best with laid back, calm dogs. If you are an experienced dog owner and would like to make Max a part of your family, please fill out an adoption application!
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  • NEO
    NEO
  • NEO
    NEO
    Neo is an adorable 7 year old, 12 lb poodle mix who is looking for a very special home. He came into rescue as a rather insecure little guy. He has successfully completed a training program and his foster mom has been diligently continuing his training. His behavior has improved in leaps and bounds, but he does still have some quirks, including separation anxiety. He is seeking an experienced home that will commit to working with his trainers to learn and follow through with his training plan. This is essential to building a trusting relationship with him. Neo thrives on consistency and routine and will need a family that can confidently provide that. In spite of his quirks, he is a very affectionate and super smart boy. He loves learning and performing new tricks and is happiest when being put to work. His ideal home would be adult only, although a family with mature and responsible teenagers who are willing to participate in his training would be considered. While he would prefer to be an only dog, he might also enjoy the company of a mature, calm and respectful canine sibling. He has so much potential and personality and is ready to shine in the right home. If you think you might be a match for Neo, please complete an application!
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Helping Poodles. Helping People. Creating Families.

Mini Size (Between 10" and 15" - most are in the 13-15" range)

 

None at this time

 

Adoption Application

Adoption Process and Information

Adoption Process:

  • All steps listed below are required of all potential adopters. Poodles are matched to families based on the Poodle's needs and personality, not on an applicant’s first come first served basis.
  • Fill out the application COMPLETELY.
  • If it is a good fit, we will contact you for a phone interview.
  • Your vet and grooming references will be contacted.
  • Once a poodle matches your application you will be contacted for a home visit. All members of the household must be present during the home visit.
  • Introduction to your new family member.
  • Sign adoption agreement and pay adoption fee.
  • Welcome your new family member.

Adoption Fees:

All Poodles adopted through PRVT leave spayed/neutered, having had fecal exams and de-worming, heartworm testing, micro-chipping, vaccinations, grooming and any other necessary medical procedures.

  • 2 years and under: $600
  • 3 - 6 years: $500
  • 7 - 10 years: $400
  • 11 years and older: Adoption Fee WAIVED
  • All Bonded pairs have a reduced adoption fee.

Poodle Rescue of Vermont is a volunteer organization. Our volunteers work normal jobs and have families like many of us do. We respond to adoption inquiries as soon as possible, but please be patient if you don't receive a same day response. If you have a follow up question about your application please contact us at info@poodlerescuevt.org.

Because of the volume of applications we receive some applications which are not complete may not receive a response.

 

Who We Are:

We are a dedicated group of caring animal lovers who rescue, care for, and save the lives of many poodles each year.

 

Our transport and foster volunteers are primarily located in (but not limited to) the East Coast/New England area.

Contact Details:
Poodle Rescue of Vermont
P.O. Box 8355
Essex Junction, VT 05451
info@poodlerescuevt.org