The International Doodle Owners Group, Inc. is a not-for-profit worldwide group of volunteers, dedicated educating the public, providing resources and encouraging responsible ownership and breeding practices. We provide support and resources to help doodle owners and doodles in need. We work with shelters to help them communicate and provide them our network resources to help locate quality forever homes for doodle dogs.
We are always very busy at Poodle Rescue with oodles of poodles [and honorary poodles] of all shapes, sizes and colors. Many of the dogs we foster, especially Standard Poodles and Standard Poodle mixes like Labradoodles and Goldendoodles are NOT posted on the website. Most times Standards and Standard mixes are placed with those who have an adoption application on file before the dogs arrive in rescue.
We do our best to accept as many owner surrenders as possible so if for any reason you have a Poodle, a Goldendoodle or a Labradoodle that you can no longer care for please contact one of us: Madeline 1 (805) 529-7405 • Marie: 1 (805) 901-8696 • Heidi: 1 (805) 647-6432.
Petfinder is an on-line, searchable database of animals that need homes. It is also a directory of over 9,000 animal shelters and adoption organizations across the USA, Canada and Mexico. Organizations maintain their own home pages and available pet database.
This is a group for people interested in cockapoo rescue. If you are looking for a cockapoo to adopt, or know of a cockapoo in need of a home, please feel free to post that information here! If you have adopted a cockapoo, we would love to hear your story, and see pictures of your new friend. Another purpose of this group is to try to share ideas and suggestions, to bring about the formation of an offical cockapoo rescue organization. Please note that this group is not capable of receiving dogs to foster at this point. We do however post pictures and information about cockapoos in homes, shelters, and rescues, regularly.
Pawsibilities Unleashed Frankfort, KY The goal of Pawsibilities Unleashed is to place animals in homes where they will do either therapy work or service work. All our animals are temperament tested several times by professional trainers and have the proper temperament for this kind of work. If you are interested in pet therapy (visiting nursing homes, schools, libraries, hospitals, etc.) or if you are in need of a service animal, we may be able to help. Please contact us for more information.
All our animals are spayed or neutered, microchipped, fully vaccinated, heartworm tested and free, and have had a fecal done to ensure they don't have parasites.
The mission of the Animal Protection and Education Charity, is to help place unwanted animals, accidental litters, and adoptable animals whose time has run out in local animal facilities. Furthermore, we assist humane originations in central Iowa with Spay and Neuter projects.
This is in addition to educating the public on humane training, proper nutrition, and husbandry, and the overwhelming statistics of euthanized animals throughout the United States.