found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
Neutered Male Apricot Miniature Poodle Mix 7lbs. 6 months
I know these aren't the best photos of me, but I just begged to go up on the website so I can find my forever home. So here I am. It's just that I’m a little impatient to get things going to find my new family because I’m just a puppy – 6 months old, and puppies aren’t noted for their patience! (By the way, I'm not in jail in on of those photos, just looking at you from the other side of the baby gate at my foster mom's house!)
I’m really a happy, outgoing guy. I just love all the kids and all the adults and all the other dogs that I meet at the dog park near my foster mom’s house. I go up to all of them for love and snuggles and it never occurs to me that I will get anything other than the best from everyone. And since I’m a cute puppy, all the people I meet do respond very well to me. Maybe its my curly apricot coat or my soulful cognac colored eyes? Whatever, as long as it works and I get hugs and a chance to sit on laps here and there! (I also like to play. Hope you do too. Tug of war is fun don't you think?!)
If you choose me, you will have me for a very long time since I’m so young. And you will get the chance to train me to your very own specifications, because I am truly a blank slate at this point, and all puppy. I need someone that understands how puppies chew things and need to be taught to chew only the chew toys instead of socks and paper! And how puppies are little jumping jacks and wind-up toys full of energy! And how puppies need reminders and training to be 100% housebroken. And how puppies can be little escape artists – particularly when they weigh less than 8 pounds as I do. And someone who knows just how much fun puppies can be.
So if you’re ready for a puppy, please think of ME. Please, please, please?!! I'm waiting for you (impatiently).
Dogs are vaccinated, microchipped and spayed/neutered before adoption.
The necessary first step to inquire about any dog, is to complete the NCPR Adoption Interest Form. Once we receive the NCPR Adoption Interest Form, a volunteer will contact you promptly. We need your information to match you with the perfect companion. NorCal Poodle Rescue places dogs within northern California only.