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Facts about me

Breed
Poodle (Standard)
Color
White
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID
18174737

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Sweetie Taylor was neglected dirty matted skinny and had ear infections. He was timid/nervous at an over-crowded shelter but once out he warmed up was friendly did great at our vet office and now is very happy at his foster home. Taylor already loves zooming and playing with foster home's small dog. The two are buddies in one day. Thanks to his hero foster home for her TLC and quick home grooming/bath which he did well with all handling. He looks and feels so much better now. More info. to come as he relaxes learns and gets healthier. We have a feeling this might be end up being a failed foster home. Update from Foster Home: The good- very playful with me and my dog blue. He eats really well stays hydrated and has normal poop. He likes to investigate everything. He wants to be with you all the time. He likes his toys and his treats. He learned to go to the bathroom on the lawn. He didn’t have any accidents in the house so far. He doesn’t mind being handled or groomed. He walks well with the harness. The bad- he is very scared of people when we go on walks in the neighborhood he initially tries to back away from any people coming towards us or when I stop to talk to someone. After a while of talking to my neighbors he will calm down and even go up and sniff them. But he definitely has stranger anxiety. He doesn’t growl he doesn’t bite. He definitely wants to be the center of attention and my dog tolerates him just fine but they don’t play too much because my dog doesn’t normally play very much. He needs to learn not to be mouthy when he wants attention he wants to put your hands in his mouth and chew a little. I am teaching him slowly. He gained a little weight but is on the thin side. I’m going to start teaching him how to use the dog door because he hasn’t figured that out yet. When my niece came over he wouldn’t go near her. I think with time he needs more socialization with people in public places and in the home so he’s not so afraid. He goes on two long walks a day but he still has a lot of energy like a puppy. Now that he is comfortable at his foster home with another dog he is now leary and scared of visitors and will back away. Taylor is not a social butterfly. He prefers quiet routine home with yard and fine with daily walks.August 7, 2022, 12:35 am
Sweetie Taylor was neglected dirty matted skinny and had ear infections. He was timid/nervous at an over-crowded shelter but once out he warmed up was friendly did great at our vet office and now is very happy at his foster home. Taylor already loves zooming and playing with foster home's small dog. The two are buddies in one day. Thanks to his hero foster home for her TLC and quick home grooming/bath which he did well with all handling. He looks and feels so much better now. More info. to come as he relaxes learns and gets healthier. We have a feeling this might be end up being a failed foster home. Update from Foster Home: The good- very playful with me and my dog blue. He eats really well stays hydrated and has normal poop. He likes to investigate everything. He wants to be with you all the time. He likes his toys and his treats. He learned to go to the bathroom on the lawn. He didn’t have any accidents in the house so far. He doesn’t mind being handled or groomed. He walks well with the harness. The bad- he is very scared of people when we go on walks in the neighborhood he initially tries to back away from any people coming towards us or when I stop to talk to someone. After a while of talking to my neighbors he will calm down and even go up and sniff them. But he definitely has stranger anxiety. He doesn’t growl he doesn’t bite. He definitely wants to be the center of attention and my dog tolerates him just fine but they don’t play too much because my dog doesn’t normally play very much. He needs to learn not to be mouthy when he wants attention he wants to put your hands in his mouth and chew a little. I am teaching him slowly. He gained a little weight but is on the thin side. I’m going to start teaching him how to use the dog door because he hasn’t figured that out yet. When my niece came over he wouldn’t go near her. I think with time he needs more socialization with people in public places and in the home so he’s not so afraid. He goes on two long walks a day but he still has a lot of energy like a puppy. Now that he is comfortable at his foster home with another dog he is now leary and scared of visitors and will back away. Taylor is not a social butterfly. He prefers quiet routine home with yard and fine with daily walks.August 7, 2022, 12:35 am
Rescue

Furry Friends Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
18174737
Contact
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Address
Fremont, CA 94537

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We are very thorough in our adoption process. The details and costs can be found on our How to Adopt page. We expect the whole family to be involved in the process. We believe our dogs and cats should be treated as family members for their entire lives. They deserve the best we can give them and we should never give up on them. Adoption is for life!
We are very thorough in our adoption process. The details and costs can be found on our How to Adopt page. We expect the whole family to be involved in the process. We believe our dogs and cats should be treated as family members for their entire lives. They deserve the best we can give them and we should never give up on them. Adoption is for life!

Go meet their pets

Come see us at one of our Pet Showcases. Our locations and schedule can be found on our showcase locations page.
Come see us at one of our Pet Showcases. Our locations and schedule can be found on our showcase locations page.

More about this rescue

We are a non-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to rescuing, fostering and finding homes for companion animals. We adopt to SF Bay Area homes only. We need more foster homes so we can save more animals! Would you please consider opening your home to a loving companion animal so they can have a chance for a new life? See our Foster Home info page.
We are a non-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to rescuing, fostering and finding homes for companion animals. We adopt to SF Bay Area homes only. We need more foster homes so we can save more animals! Would you please consider opening your home to a loving companion animal so they can have a chance for a new life? See our Foster Home info page.