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>   Happy Tails 2001 - 2004  
>   Lightning 11/04  
>   Before/After 1  
>   Ray 10 2004  
>   Tiny Toy  
>   Coco  
>   Mini  
>   Cuddles  
>   Nov. 2003  
>   Oct. 2003  
>   Before/After 2  
>   Skipper  
>   Bebe 02 2004  
>   Chanel Coquette  
>   Noodles  
>   Titus  
>   Prince  
>   Bo 02 2004  
>   Mamzelle  
>   Spencer/Mallory   
>   Dugan  
>   Zulu & Bonnie  
>   Honorary Poodle  
>   Wanna Be Pia  
>   Peppy   
>   Delilah  
>   Winny  
>   Sam & Angel  
>   Willow AKA Gypsy   
>   3 More!  
>   Ziggy Stardust  
>   Alex 10/04  
>   Afghan Hound 10/04  
>   Chase 11/04  
>   Five 11/04  
>   Precious 11/04  
>   Molly/Frosty 11/04  
>   Phoebe 11/04  
>   July 29, 2004  
>   July 8, 2004  
>   Recent Adoptions  
>   Clarisse  
>   Max  
>   Alexandria  
>   Charlie  
>   Gus  
>   Pearl  
>   Atom  
>   Trevor  
>   Sam AKA Baby  
>   Daisy  
>   Gabby & Buffy  
>   Calie  
>   Maddy & Peaches  
>   Matiesse  
>   Einstein  
>   Princess  
>   Sophie Honeyman  
>   No Longer Loved  
>   Poem: Adopted  
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POODLE RESCUE: Madeline: 1 (805) 529-7405 OR Heidi: (805) 647-6432
Email: [Phone call preferred!] Madeline: bradandmad@aol.com
[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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