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Poodle Rescue of California April 26, 2013


Summer Fun With Friends of All Colors - White, Apricot & Black Standard Poodles

Poodle Rescue of Southern California is a small volunteer rescue organization.  We specialize in helping poodles of all sizes, Toy, Miniature and Standard Poodles.  When ever possible we also rescue labradoodles, goldendoodles, and small poodle mixes.

OWNER SURRENDERS:  We try to accept as many owner surrenders as possible.   If you have a poodle, a goldendoodle or a labradoodle that you can no longer care for and are looking for help re-homing your dog, please consider a few things BEFORE you contact us.

  1. Am I really ready?  We are very busy and do not have time to counsel you on your decision.  Please talk to friends, neighbors or family if you are unsure and do what is best for you and your dog. 
  2. Can I drive the dog to Ventura County to drop off my dog?  If not, you need to call a transport company OR talk to us about options. 
  3. We CAN assure you if we have the responsiblity of re-homing your dog, we will find the best possible home for him or her. 


 Madeline 805 529-7405 or Heidi 805 647-6432


    1. Scroll down and look below to see our current dogs.
    2. Fill out and submit our online adoption application. 
    3. Call the person fostering the dog you are interested in adopting or keep checking our site until you see a dog you like and then call.  DO NOT wait for us to call you.

    ADOPTION FEE:  Services to care for sick and injured animals are not cheap and require a lot of time, effort and money.  There is an adoption fee ranging from $50 to $500 for our poodles and mixes.  As you can imagine our incoming dogs have every imaginable illness and injury and we make sure to get them healthy and in an adoptable state.  In addition, all of our dogs are spay/neutered, have shots, grooming and microchip.  Our funding system is called "averaging".  Your adoption fee not only helps support your rescue dog, but also helps the medically needy and older dogs.  One dog may only cost us $100 in Vet. services while another may cost us $2,000 or more.  Old dogs are less and our puppies, standards and standard mixes are usually $500, with the average adoption for mini's and toy's fee being $300 - $350. 

    OUT OF STATE:  We do adopt to people out of the area, but you need to be willing to drive or fly to Ventura County in Southern California to meet and adopt one of our dogs.  If you fly, you will need to have an airline approved kennel and the dog will need a transportation health certificate.

    Please Call!  We are behind in our applications so it really helps to call the person fostering the dog you are most interested in adopting.  Madeline  (805) 529-7405 **** Heidi (805) 647-6432


LADY---Silver Miniature Female

LADY is a senior purebred Miniature Poodle.  Her 98 year old owner could no longer care for LADY and was forced to give her up.  Lady is 12 years old and in good health, but takes medication for low thyroid.  We just cleaned her teeth, removed several small warts and growths and she is groomed and ready to come to your house and warm your sofa.  She is extremely sweet loves EVERYONE and is well behaved.  She needs YOUR RESCUE.

Call Madeline @ 805-529-7405

POODLE RESCUE: Madeline: 1 (805) 529-7405 OR Heidi: (805) 647-6432
Email: [Phone call preferred!] Madeline:
[We do NOT check our email every day but we do return phone calls every day!]

Fax: 1 (805) 529-7340

Do you have a poodle you need us to find a new home for?
If so please do NOT email - instead PHONE one of us!
Madeline: 1 (805) 529-7405 or Heidi (805) 647-6432

Newsweek April 28, 2008: Shelters around the country kill 4 million animals every year; by some estimates, more than 80 percent of them are healthy.

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