A word about adopting a rescued dog.
questions: Dogs picked up as strays or turned in to shelters come with little or no health history.
Every dog taken in to our rescue is seen and evaluated by a vet before being made available for adoption. All dogs
are made current on vaccinations and tested for Lyme Disease and heartworms. We are pleased to announce that we are
now working with Hunt Valley Animal Hospital - www.huntvalleyanimalhospital.com - a state of the art facility with a group practice located in Hunt Valley, Maryland. We can make no
health guarantees beyond what the vet is able to find on physical examination. We endeavor to disclose all health information
that is available to adopters. Owner-surrendered dogs come with as much health history as is available and all health
history on these dogs is revealed to adopters.
Fees: We ask for adoption donations on every dog we place with no exceptions. Fees may be reduced for geriatric
or special needs dogs. 100% of the fees collected for our dogs go to pay the vet bills of the dogs to help get them into loving
Our rule of thumb when placing rescued dogs in homes with small children is to err on the side
of extreme caution. We prefer not to place a small Poodle (Toy or Mini) in a home with small children.
We prefer not to place a Standard Poodle in a home with children under the age of 6. We will accept and review applications
and can make decisions based on home visits with the child or children present.
Fences : Our preference is to place a rescued
dog in a home with a fully fenced yard; however our goal is to place dogs in homes. We will consider each circumstance with
the best interest of the people and the dogs uppermost in mind.
Wonderful loving black male Standard Poodle looking for a new home. Obedience
trained and house trained. Must be an only dog. No cats. Neutered and current on all vaccinations.
Ready now. Inquiries to email@example.com