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Rescue Me ID: 15-06-17-00006Isabo (female)

Poodle Mix    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed 

    Isabo, loves attention, being with people. Toys, going for walks. Dislikes: smaller yappy dogs in her face, baths. Isabo was an owner surrender, when they decide having a baby left no time for Isabo. She is very loving, she is full grown, weights about 15 pounds. She has not been around very small children, older children is advised. If hair is short, low to medium shedding. Will need brushing if longer, to prevent matting.

 Adoption Fee: $275.00 Animal Location:

Paws 4 Hope Animal Rescue
Minidoka County Jackson, ID 83343 MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 15-06-12-00180Mesa (female)

Poodle Mix    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: High Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    FOSTER LOCATION: Boise, ID Mesa is a 5 year old female Poodle mix (maybe with Bichon) who came to Fuzzy Pawz after needing to let her broken pelvis heal. She's now ready to find her forever family! This cutie is a nice girl who gets along great with all people; showing herself to be one fun girl. Mesa is good with kids as long as they don't pull ears, hair or her tail and they must be old enough to know that her previous injury has left her with some residual pain. We require kids over 10 who will understand that they can't rough house with her or give her hugs and will pet her gently. While the vet has said Mesa is now fully healed ... (Read More)she does still have some days that her hips are a little uncomfortable for her. She won't be a long hike dog, but is happy to chase a ball and hang out in the backyard. 1.5 miles for a walk seems to be a good limit at this time. That being said he is high energy (especially at meal time) but is happy to sleep at your feet to watch a movie or just wander around the house after you. She will need regular metal and physical exercise (working on training daily is a great way to help with her energy level). She walks well on a leash if she is some place stimulating like downtown (which she loves); if she is on a standard neighborhood walk she does still pull and will need more work on that. Mesa has been attending a local doggie day camp a few days a week and she's getting good reviews. She plays well with other dogs, and she's been fine with the cats in her foster home. She can be a bit dominant with other dogs but she would be fine in a household with other dogs or cats with a proper introduction. She is house trained, crate trained (although still protests when first put in the crate). She'll need very consistent and persistent training, as she can be quite willful and get tunnel vision for something. However she is very smart and catches on quickly. She has been taught the touch command and that works well to break her concentration when she sees your hand down and waiting. She has also been taught to sit a few feet away from her food dish and wait until she is told she can go to it and eat. She is getting better at sitting at the door, while its open, and waiting until she is told it is 'ok' to go for a walk. Motorcycles and squirrels are the 2 main things that she will bark at, but other than that she isn't a yappy dog. She will need some sort of bed or cushy surface to call her own, so she can rest her hips. Hard surfaces are sometimes uncomfortable for her. She really is a kind-hearted dog who just wants to hang out, chase the occasional tennis ball, & get belly rubs. But please note that Mesa is NOT a little lap dog, she is a fun loving, active girl who wants to do things; she needs an active owner who will exercise her mind/brain and who will continue with her training. Mesa is spayed, microchipped and current on her vaccines; weighs 16 pounds. If you are looking for a loyal and fun companion Mesa is the girl for you. All you have to do is please fill out an adoption application: http://fuzzypawzrescue.com/adopt/adoption-application-2/ There is a $150 adoption fee for Mesa (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $150 Animal Location:

Fuzzy Pawz Rescue
Ada County Boise, ID 83706 MAP IT!

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Poodle in Idaho
    Poodle Dogs can make good pets in Idaho if they match your IifestyIe. Poodles come in several different varieties which are classified based on size. Generally, smaller Poodle varieties tend to be more hyperactive while larger Poodles are more mellow. Poodles love people and are good with children and other dogs. Poodles are easy to train. This breed can live in an apartment with enough daily exercise.

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lnteresting Poodle Trivia Low-Cost Idaho Spay & Neuter Clinics
    Poodles appear in art from ancient Rome. Poodles have been used as circus performers. Poodles are widely considered to be French, but there is debate over whether they may have originated in Germany or Denmark.

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Poodle Rescue

Idaho Animal Rescue
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Idaho Falls County - Idaho Falls, ID 83403
Bonneville Humane Society 208-529-9725

Ada County - Boise, ID 83705
Idaho Humane Society 208-342-3508

Ada County - Boise 83711
Idaho Paws for Life 208-375-9883

Latah County - Moscow 83843
Humane Society of the Palouse 208-883-1166

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