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|Animal ID: PPR14-45Harry (male)|
Hi! My name is Harry and I am a seven year old, thirteen pound, white miniature poodle. The home I used to live in couldn't keep me anymore so Puppy Pals Rescue took me in and are going to find me a perfect forever home. Could your home be my perfect home? According to my foster mom I have several names, 'Harry', 'Happy Harry' when I dance around on my hind legs, 'Prince Harry' when I am behaving in a princely manner and 'Dirty Harry' after I have had a wonderful time rolling in the dirt in the back yard! I am a very quiet guy and I love to ride in the car and go everywhere with my foster mom. I help her take granddaughters to school, wait in the car while she is in the store and go to the pet store, my favorite place! I am good with children, cats, other dogs and don't get upset in crowds. I am 100% housebroken, will sleep in bed with you or on a bed on the floor all night. I only bark when someone I don't know comes to the door and sometimes when the neighbor's dogs bark at me first. I love to chase squirrels and birds out of the yard and take walks. My favorite thing to do is to snuggle on the chair with my foster mom while she is reading. I was confused, frightened and in pain when I first arrived at Puppy Pals Rescue, but it didn't take long for me to adjust to living with my foster mom and her schedule. Since I have been here I have been to the vet for a complete checkup. The vet declared me to be healthy and in great shape. I have had all my vaccinations, been micro-chipped and had my teeth cleaned. The vet had to extract some teeth, but I am glad she did. I feel so much better and am no longer in pain. I have perked up and am more playful, more interested in the world around me, acting younger than my age, and happy to meet strangers. I will be an excellent pet for just about anyone. I could be happy with an older couple, a single person, a family and a home with cats and or dogs. If you think I am adorable and would like to take me home, please fill out an adoption form on this website. I am excited to meet you. I am a very Happy Harry! If you have questions about me, please contact my foster mom at the link found on http://puppypalsrescue.com/Dogs_Harry1445.html If you think I'm the pup for you, please go to http://puppypalsrescue.com/Applications.html and apply for me! (Less)
PUPPY PALS RESCUE, INC.
Greene County Beavercreek, OH 45432 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-10-17-00733Tommy (male)|
Tommy is a 3 to 4yr old male Miniature Poodle. Tommy was given to us by a breeder. Tommy is a little sweetie. He is a little shy but once you are nice to him he melts into you. He seems to know that life is going to be great. He is great with children and other animals. He is up to date on shots and wormed. He will be adopted on a spay/neuter contract. The adoption fee is $100. If interested in meeting this cutie, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the foster at 419-591-6621.
Heritage Farms Animal Rescue
Henry County Liberty Center, OH Ohio MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-09-28-00239Little Debbie (female)|
Poodle Mix, Little Debbie 8yrs, super sweet pooch, found hit by a car, could not have been more brave and gentle even after being injured
Columbus Dog Connection
Franklin County Columbus, OH MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-09-22-00194Makala/Nikita (female)|
I am writing on behalf of my aunt who passed away on Friday leaving behind two Maltipoos. No one in the family is either able or willing to take in the dogs due to previous pet obligations, small children, or simply reluctance to do so. I am writing to ask if you would be able to help us find a home or homes for them. I will not sugar-coat the issues - and these dogs do have some issues. They are about 10 and a half years old, healthy to the best of our knowledge, up-to-date on all shots and heartworm medication. The only possible health concern comes from their groomer, to whom I took them two weeks ago. She suggested, judging by the fur of one of them, that she should have her thyroid checked, but as our family is dealing with both the death of our aunt and the unexpected death of my brother's wife the day before my aunt passed, non-critical vet visits are on the back burner right now. The dogs are both spayed females, sisters who have never been apart. They have lived their entire lives in an unstructured environment with two very old women (my grandmother who passed two and a half years ago and my aunt who passed Friday) who, due to failing health and increasing senility, were never able or interested in properly training them. They are cronic barkers, sounding a long alarm at the least noise or visitor, and very reticent to come up to anyone but my mother and my remaining aunt, and occasionally myself, but only one of them will do that. The other one spends most of her time hiding behind the sofa. They are not house-broken as my aunt was convinced it was 'cruel' to give them any sort of training. We have almost managed to get them, at least, to go on the same throw rugs every day, but even that is hit and miss. In spite of all of this, I think they could be good dogs in the right hands. I would take them myself, as I am a dog lover, but my home can not currently handle anymore animals. I personally feel that separating them would be a good step toward fixing their behavioral/social issues, but my late aunt would be horrified and, again, feel that it was cruel to do so. I'm open to them going as a pair or to two separate owners. The ideal situation would be their going to homes where they would be the only dog under the care of a patient and doting caretaker. I know that's asking a lot. They don't get along well with other dogs and have, at times, gotten a bit snippy with my dog (who weighs a hundred pounds and doesn't really notice) and others that they've been around. Any help or guidance you could offer toward resolving their situation would be extremely appreciated. They are currently being subjected to the presence of a lot of family members who are coming in for the funerals, but once this difficult week is over, they will be alone in the house with my visits to feed them and let them out several times a day as their only socialization. In spite of all I've just told you, they really are sweet dogs - or have the potential to be sweet dogs, and I'd really like to see them go to caring owners. We are in Northeast Ohio, and finding a home or homes within driving distance is pretty important. Thank you so much for your time. Please let us know at your earliest convenience if you are able to help us out with this. I really don't want to take them to a shelter, but I'm running out of options quickly. (Less)
Portage County Atwater, OH MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-09-21-00042Oscar (male)|
NEW! Good with other dogs and kids.
Live Love Rescue
Cuyahoga County Cleveland, OH 44101 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-07-18-00501Robin (male)|
Owner surrender from a high kill shelter ! Robin is a very Loyal and loving boy ! house trained and a complete smuggler ! He is up to date on his shots ! He is ready for a nice quite place to relax ! He is a special needs baby he is a little blind he gets around fine.. He eats and he is housetrained ! He likes go be near you and sleep with you ! I think he is one of the best dogs I have ever rescued ! Please contact for more info and an application
Franklin County columbus, OH MAP IT!
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Poodle Dogs can make good pets in Ohio 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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