How does Poodle Rescue work?
Reputable rescue organizations spend time and money on the dogs taken into their programs. Poodles that are rescued are given a full veterinary exam, updated immunizations and are spayed or neutered. The dogs are screened for temperament issues. The dogs are often placed in foster homes for anywhere from a few days to a few weeks to evaluate their health and temperament in order to make the best placement possible. Reputable rescue organizations always take back a dog they have placed if the arrangement does not work.
The Importance of Breed Rescue
Dogs are not responsible for their own existence. Dogs exist as a result of either human intervention (planned breeding) or human neglect (accidental breeding.) Members of Poodle Club of Central California feels very strongly that it is their responsibility to help save the lives of abandoned and unwanted Poodles whenever possible. Unfortunately, not everyone who breeds Poodles feels the same way, so PCCC steps in to pick up the pieces where needed. While we respect the good work done by the many all-breed rescue organizations that exist, we believe that as Poodle breeders, we can best care for and find homes for our breed. Poodle Club of Central California's mission is to rescue and re-home Poodles. Please contact Mary Olund at 415.457.4648 or firstname.lastname@example.org if a rescue dog is what you are interested in.