Handsome PupPup and his sister Precious came to Florida Poodle Rescue when their elderly human dad moved into a retirement home and couldn't take this adorable duo. Although initially it was thought that the two were bonded and needed to be adopted together, they are now in separate foster homes and doing well.
PupPup is 6 years old, but looks younger. He gets along great with other canines, male or female, PupPup doesn't care; he is a lover and a bit of a "cuddle hog," sometimes trying to redirect any petting to himself, but in a nice, gentle way. At home on the couch, he perches on the back like a cat, keeping watch on his foster family and his surroundings.
A well-behaved boy, PupPup is crate trained and rides nicely in the car. He is excellent on a leash, and allows his foster dad to brush his teeth and brush his hair. PupPup reportedly had done some marking in his former home, so he wears a belly band at night and when left alone, but so far the belly band remains dry.
This gem of a boy is just waiting to find his forever home. Is it with you? If so, please complete an adoption application online at http://www.floridapoodlerescue.org/adopt/adopt.asp.
Florida Poodle Rescue has Rescued & Adopted over 4,000 Poodles & wannabe Poodles for the past 12 years. We are all volunteers dedicated to the Rescue of abused, neglected, unwanted Poodles. Our love for the breed is undying & we will always do our best to save these wonderful furry "kids". Please read our history at www.floridapoodlerescue.org.
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