My name is Macaroon!

Poodle (Toy or Tea Cup) Dog for adoption in Sullivan, Missouri - Macaroon
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I'm being cared for by:
Bongo's Buddies Rescue

Facts about Macaroon

  • Breed: Poodle (Toy or Tea Cup)
  • Color: White - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 138
Macaroon is a rotund little white Poodle girlie with a few cream colored spots. She is approximately six years old and seven pounds. Her vetting has been completed. She came from the same wretched facility as Licorice, the little black poodle that's been adopted. She enjoys a soft bed and being left alone, but she is still learning and starting to show some confidence. She is even starting to complain when their meals are a bit delayed, which is a great sign of building confidence! She will also need a home that can keep up the work in her rehabilitation, someone with patience and the ability to understand that she's progressing as quickly as she can. She especially like my husband, so a male in the house wanting to share her care would be a big plus. Macaroon should be considered a flight risk and is not ready for leash training but need a contained area to do her business outside so she can easily be scooped up and brought back in the house when she's done. One day, she will understand how to be little divas, but for now, she really needs someone experienced in working with scared former breeder dogs. For more information on how to adopt Macaroon, please see our website at .

About Bongo's Buddies Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We have seen the need to provide more foster home environments for dogs needing a second chance, so our rescue was just founded at the beginning of 2016. We welcome donations to help with the care of our foster dogs, and we also welcome local people interested in fostering or helping us in any way to fill out the volunteer application.

Our Adoption Process...

Upon receiving a completed application, we will contact your two personal references plus your veterinarian, and then schedule a home safety visit with you. We do have all adopters sign an adoption contract and ask for an adoption donation (dependent on the age of the dog) to help defray the costs of vetting the dogs in our care. We prefer to not place our dogs in homes where there are children under the age of 10. You must be able to pick up your dog - we do not use commercial transportation methods.