My name is Teddy!

Miniature Poodle Dog for adoption in Lebanon, Tennessee - Teddy
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I'm being cared for by:
Freetown Sanctuary

Facts about Teddy

  • Breed: Miniature Poodle
  • Color: Brown/Chocolate
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
If interested in meeting and possibly adopting Teddy, please read the frequently asked questions and fill out our application.

Fenced yard is required and a home visit will be conducted to confirm.



We will not reply to your email until you have taken the time to fill out our application. We apologize for the inconvenience but we are an all volunteer organization with limited resources. This is the best way we have found to weed out the window shoppers. There are a lot of people who just want to ask questions but will never adopt and unfortunately we just don't have time to chat.

$300 adoption fee
6 years old
Teacup Poodle
Loves to play fetch with squeaky toys and extra small stuffed animals--mostly he loves to follow along beside another dog that's doing the fetching while barking excitedly (haha)
Crate trained
Excellent with dogs of all sizes as well as cats
Barks at strange noises and at other critters (cows, horses, big dogs, pigs) as initial greeting
Not accustomed to leash walking but is not fearful or resistant
Well behaved at the groomer and at the vet
Loves: bully sticks (look up on, cottage cheese, chicken, extra small greenies, plain unflavored yogurt

Once shy Teddy is given the chance to get to know you (which will take days, at minimum), he is extremely affectionate and never tires of being petted. Despite his small stature, he enjoys adventures outdoors just as much as he enjoys time on the couch or dog bed. He will probably never be totally "normal"--in that he will always cower a bit when someone bends down to reach for him and things like that. It just doesn't seem like he was handled much in his life. However, he is 100% nonaggressive and once in your arms or in your lap, he is ready for love! Often he will climb his way over there himself.

About Freetown Sanctuary

About Our Rescue Group...

Freetown Farm Sanctuary is a labor of love - an animal rescue and sanctuary nestled in the hills of Smith County, Tennessee. Freetown’s founder and CEO, Deborah Coffee-Walker, has followed her calling and passion to take care of God’s creatures since she was a little girl. “If people truly knew how many beautiful animals get euthanized every day, they’d never again run to a pet store or a breeder to find their perfect companion.” Even as a little girl, she would routinely save animals on “death row” in the local pound, and then go door to door, or hang out in store parking lots until someone fell in love with her rescue and took them in. Please surf our site and let us know how we can help you…or how you can help us. Together, we know we can make a difference.

Our Adoption Process...

We have an adoption application (available on our website), contract, and fee ($150+).