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My name is BUDDY BOY!

Poodle (Toy or Tea Cup) Dog for adoption in Melbourne, Florida - BUDDY BOY
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I'm being cared for by:
Coastal Poodle Rescue

Facts about BUDDY BOY

  • Breed: Poodle (Toy or Tea Cup)
  • Color: Black
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 1859
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Important Note

BUDDY BOY is best friends with DANNY BOY. Please adopt both of them so they can stay together!
BUDDY BOY is a 10 lb toy poodle who is 8 yrs old. He is very healthy. He loves his treats, tummy rubs, his human, and running around in his foster home's fenced yard.

As long as BUDDY BOY is with his brother, DANNY BOY, they both do very well making friends with everyone but reserved when meeting new people.

BUDDY BOY and DANNY BOY ARE A BONDED PAIR THAT HAVE BEEN TOGETHER SINCE BIRTH AND MUST BE ADOPTED TOGETHER.
Due to their own fear, it would be better if there were no small children under the age of 10 years old in the home or visiting.

BUDDY BOY and DANNY BOY ARE A BONDED PAIR THAT HAVE BEEN TOGETHER SINCE BIRTH AND MUST BE ADOPTED TOGETHER.

They are currently being fostered in BREVARD county.

To learn more about adopting BUDDY BOY, go to http://www3.coastalpoodlerescue.org/poodles/poodledetail.cfm?DogID=1859

APPLICATIONS ARE ACCEPTED ONLY FROM FULL/PART-TIME RESIDENTS OF FLORIDA AS A HOME VISIT IS REQUIRED; NO EXCEPTIONS. IF YOU DO NOT LIVE IN FLORIDA, PLEASE LOOK FOR RESCUE GROUPS IN YOUR HOME STATE. WE APPRECIATE YOUR COOPERATION

Can't adopt right now? Consider becoming a foster home for a rescue dog; it's temporary, but very fulfilling and your only cost is their food! Fill out a volunteer application from our website at www.coastalpoodlerescue.org

About Coastal Poodle Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Coastal Poodle Rescue was officially established on March 8, 2004 by a small group of dedicated volunteers who, combined, have decades of experience with statewide and local rescue efforts.
The number of abandoned and abused poodles in our local area was increasing at a disturbing rate. Therefore, we decided the best way to assist these animals was to form a regional rescue group.

We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation. We are 100% volunteer-run, which means overhead costs are minimal and your donation is put to direct use for the good of the dogs. We do not receive government funds. We are entirely supported by charitable donations. We concentrate our activities in the eastern, coastal corridor of Florida from Duval to Dade County.
Check out our dogs available for adoption by clicking here

Our Adoption Process...

Our goal is to make wise and permanent placements for each poodle. Think about it: all of our dogs have been abandoned at least once in their lives.
Minimum donations are between $150 and $400, depending on the age and health of the dog, among other factors.
In most cases, this does not begin to cover the medical expenses incurred. All dogs are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and tested for heartworms and intestinal parasites.

What to Know About Our Adoptions:

NOTE: WE ALMOST NEVER HAVE PUPPIES AND VERY, VERY RARELY GET YOUNG DOGS!

A donation to Coastal Poodle Rescue, Inc. is required to adopt a poodle.
Home visits and interviews help us determine the kind of dog that will best fit your home environment and lifestyle.
Filling out an adoption profile does not guarantee adoption nor does it obligate you to adopt a poodle. Some dogs have special needs, so not all dogs will be a good match for every home.
Compatible poodles may not be immediately available; your patience is appreciated.
Most dogs in rescue are adults; puppies are rarely, if ever, available.
Most dogs in rescue are male...females are less common.
Remember, the more restrictions you place upon your desired dog (color, age, sex, etc.), the longer it will take to find a suitable poodle to match your environment.
By submitting an Adoption Profile, you are making a formal request to adopt a dog from Coastal Poodle Rescue, Inc. Please consider carefully before submitting your Profile. We encourage you to discuss the matter with all your family members.