Carolina Poodle Rescue is a no-kill/limited entry private rescue and
sanctuary. Our goal is "one by one, until there are none." While we focus
our efforts on poodle and poodle mixes, we will work with other breeds as
space and resources allow. We provide sanctuary as well as rehabilitation
to the animals in our care. Our goal is to place the best possible fit for
you and your lifestyle into your home. If we can not find a perfect fit
for a dog in our care, we provide lifetime sanctuary care for that animal.
Our efforts are funded solely through adoption fees and donations. We receive no government or public entity funds. To find out how to support our efforts, please visit our Poodle Patrons webpage.
In addition to the dogs listed on Our Pet List, there are many others whom we have just received, and whose profiles are not yet listed.
We do not have these "new kids" posted yet because we have to:
All of this takes time and money. BUT by the time you have filled out the application form and gone through the references checks, telephone interview and home visit, chances are one of these wonderful dogs will be ready for you to come and get him/her.
See some of our CPR dogs by clicking on Barney's picture below! |
Please note - we have two firm rules:(1) We do not adopt our pets to homes where children under 5 years old live. Please see our letter regarding this. It is for the safety of the child and the pet.
(2)We do not adopt standard poodles to homes that do not have physical fences (underground or electronic fences are not considered sufficient).
We prefer to adopt to homes in the Southeast but have had successful long distance adoptions. Much of the key is if you, as guardian, are willing to take an active role in transport of your new friend.
More information about CPR and our adoption process is available at our CPR Website
Looking for our online application? Click here for our Online Application
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If you would like to see other great poodles available for adoption in the Carolinas, visit Central Carolina Poodle Club Rescue Central Carolina Poodle Club Rescue