Lyllie Mae was surrendered to Toy Poodle Rescue due to a broken leg as a puppy and the owners could not afford to pay for her to be treated. As you can see we took over her care and she is doing wonderful. She is fully recovered as the video shows. We also had Lyllie Mae Spayed and her baby teeth removed. She is an amazing little girl, she has not skipped a beat and her cast did not slow her down, she loves playing with toys and other dogs and has a gentle and very sweet personality. Lyllie Mae is a typical young dog and is very playful and is well trained and listens well. She is not a biter and can be trusted not to 'get into things'. She sleeps right next to you in the big bed and after cookie time settles right down to sleep and does not move for the rest of the night. Lyllie Mae is also totally potty trained and has excellent manners. A beautiful red coat, she is well bred and has her ACA papers (American Canine Association)
Please note we are in Massachusetts and only adopt to a 75 mile radius of Dover, MA.
Requirements for Adoption
No Children under 18 years old
Someone must be home some or all of the day
Fenced in yard required without exception so she can run and play off leash
Another dog in the home to play with must be 15lbs and under, no large dogs.
Be willing to go to obedience training classes
We insist on a integrative approach to vet care and nutritional well being for our Poodles, please go to our Nutrition and care page.
Poodles need to go to a professional groomer every 6-8 weeks at a cost of about $50, so please factor that into the costs associated with dog ownership.
To apply to adopt one of our Poodles, go to our website by clicking here,
Toy Poodle Rescue
and fill out our Adoption Application
If you require more information
please call 508-533-8251
All calls and applications will receive a response.
Please do not call to ask if they are available, if it does not say adopted they are available.
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