A 13302 Schroeder Rd, Houston, TX 77070 rescue helping to find loving homes for dogs.
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We serve primarily the Houston, Texas area. However, we have rescued poodles across the U.S, and people come to our facility to adopt poodles from several other locales and states.
PRH is a private, tax-exempt non-profit organization chartered by the state of Texas. We are a 501c(3) corporation as recognized by the IRS. PRH rescues distressed dogs, mostly poodles, from a variety of sources. These include public animal shelters and humane organizations across a six or seven state region as well as individuals or breeders who, for various reasons, "surrender" their dogs to our care.
Our mission is to rescue and rehabilitate distressed and homeless poodles. Our goal is to match the perfect pet to the
right loving family. Our facility has grown to offer expert veterinary care, safe shelter, clean food and water, plus human affection. We offer playful poodles and mixes for adoption. We average 90 poodles in our rescue program.
On many occasions we have rescued large numbers of dogs from court-ordered “puppy mill” seizures. Once we rescue dogs, we rehabilitate them and offer them for adoption to carefully screened families and individuals. In every case, Poodle Rescue of Houston is asked to accept dogs into our care and we usually do accept them. It is our outstanding reputation that makes other organizations, courts and private individuals turn to us for our assistance.
PRH is one of the largest and most fully equipped poodle rescue facilities in the U.S. We are extremely proud to have a vet on site several days a week. Plus we have a surgery suite on our property.
Our dogs are kept in a beautiful facility, part of the five acre Prestonwood Kennels. We are very passionate about outstanding care and placement of these dogs. Very few of our adopted dogs are returned to us.
We accept walk-ins from 9AM to 5 PM, seven days a week although the best time to visit is between 10 AM and 4 PM.
However, with the exception of a few paid staff members who see to the basic needs of the dogs, we are primarily a volunteer organization. If you will be traveling to our facility from out of town or have other special considerations or time constraints, we recommend scheduling an appointment to ensure that someone will be ready to help you make the most efficient use of your time.