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PRVT is in need of an adoption coordinator, fundraising coordinator, foster parents....Please click Volunteer under the Support menu item to find out how you can help!.....But if you cannot foster or adopt, please consider donating to PRVT by clicking the Donate button because every little bit helps. PRVT and the Poodles thank you.
This page is dedicated to friends and family of PRVT who have left us too soon.
In Loving Memory of Parker
Parker passed away tragically in a house fire. She was loved and well cared for by her foster family. Rest in peace Parker.
In Loving Memory of Buffy
Buffy passed away on June 15, 2016. Buffy was a beloved member of her foster family, who cared for her until she passed. She is playing in the water eternally over the Rainbow Bridge.
In Loving Memory of Max
Poodle Rescue of Vermont announces, with sadness and a heavy heart, the passing of our beloved Max.
In Loving Memory of Crackers
Crackers passed away
on March 29, 2016. He was loved by everyone at Poodle Rescue of Vermont.
In Loving Memory of Harley
Poodle Rescue of Vermont sadly announces the passing of Harley who passed away unexpectedly November 2015. Harley was a sweet, sweet boy and will be sadly missed by his foster family,
In Loving Memory of Gordon
Poodle Rescue of Vermont sadly announces the passing of Gordon, the beloved pet of one of our supporters who passed away November 2015 in her loving care. Gordon was a big man in a little body. He lived a full life of 15 years and had many stories to tell. Gordon you will be forever in our hearts.
In Loving Memory of Chloe
Poodle Rescue of Vermont sadly announces the passing of little Chloe who passed away October 2015 in her loving foster home. She will be missed by her foster family, both human and poodle.
In Loving Memory of Jasmine
Poodle Rescue of Vermont announces, with sadness, the passing of our beloved Jasmine who passed passed away October 9th, just shy of her 18th birthday. Jasmine and her brother Snickers were rescued in August of 2012.
In Loving Memory of PJ
Poodle Rescue of Vermont announces, with sadness and a heavy heart, the passing of our beloved PJ.
In Loving Memory of Dusty and Scooter
Poodle Rescue of Vermont would like to express our heartfelt condolences to Dusty and Scooter's family who lost both of them in the past year. Their family contacted Poodle Rescue of Vermont to generously donate some of their items. We at PRVT are grateful for their compassion and thoughtfulness during a difficult time.
In Loving Memory of Carl, our friend and PRVT volunteer
Carl passed away in early September 2012. This picture of Carl and Cole is from last October. He and his wife Sue fostered and helped transport seventeen poodles for Poodle Rescue of Vermont including Ash, Coal, Angel, PJ, Frenchie, Prince, Belle, Hope, Holly, Bedlington Terrier puppies, Parker, Princess, Precious, Nutmeg, Buddy and Radar. Carl, who suffered from chronic back pain would generously volunteer his time and gas to drive the poodles to grooming and Vet appointments, transport from one rescue to another, foster home to foster home and of course adoptions. We miss you Carl and we know you are looking over us and all the poodles.
In Loving Memory of Rusty
Poodle Rescue of Vermont would like to express our heartfelt condolences to Rusty's parents Stella and Jeff for their loss. They have generously gifted Rusty's heart medications to PJ. Their kindness will make PJ's life better and we at PRVT are grateful for their compassion and thoughtfulness during a difficult time.
In loving memory of Karen, PJ and Frenchie's mom.
PJ and Frenchie came to the Poodle Rescue of Vermont in August of 2011. Karen's last act of love was to make sure that her boys would be taken care of. She passed away just days after the boys came to us. The original plan was to keep PJ and Frenchie together, however it was discovered that PJ had Cushings disease and would require significant ongoing medical care and expense. With the blessing of Karen's family, Frenchie would be adopted by a loving family. PJ remains with PRVT as a perminant foster in a loving home of his own.
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