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The usual adoption fee for CCPC Rescue Dogs is $300. This donation enables us to have the funds to help other poodles in need.

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Please note that these dogs are NOT fostered by CCPC, so they may have different adoption fees. These dogs are being placed by other Rescue organizations or are being rehomed by their owners (rather than a rescue group). Please ask the contact person what the adoption fee is for a specific dog. Also, please email/call the contact person or group directly, as CCPC will not have any additional information about these dogs.

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(posted 01-07-16)

BLACK STANDARD POODLE FEMALE - ADOPTED
Meet Abby
Abby is a 10 month old Black Standard poodle. She weighs about 40 pounds and is around 22 inches tall. She is fully vet checked, up to date on vaccines and is spayed. Abby is a very vivacious girl, still very much a puppy. She is high energy, high drive, has prey drive and is a natural retriever. Abby is very people social and is dog social. She wants to be the center of attention, and she requires a lot of exercise. Because she is still a baby she will chew up most anything, so she needs constant supervision. She is crate trained and house broken and will walk nicely on lead if you are assertive. Her Needs: Abby will not be adopted to anyone without a fence. A physical fence is a necessity, as her drive is so high she would think nothing of going right through an in ground fence and run the neighborhood. Abby requires an EXPERIENCED owner, who has, at the very least, trained a high energy dog in a formal setting. The perfect candidate is someone who has trained and titled a large breed dog in performance such as hunt test, obedience, rally, agility, barn hunt, or nose work. She would do best with a family who is active, with older children who would love to play in the yard with her, throwing balls or fetching sticks. Because of her high energy level she is not recommended for young children. A couple with an empty nest and the energy for walking or training would be ideal. Someone who lives near a training facility to take advantage of formal classes is also ideal. She is smart and willing to please. She has a strong interest in wild animals, thus having prey drive ... which would need to be harnessed. She has played with my small poodle, but I would not trust her not to yank out a mouthfull of hair. (Still very puppy behavior.) Abby is put together very well, she has a nice top line, correct croup and tail set. She has nice angles front and rear but not over done at all. She is likely to be a great swimmer as she has chest, rib spring to carry her with some adequate push from behind, and her body style will also lend itself to agility rally or obedience. She is jet black with correct coat nice texture and curls. She has a pretty face with sweet, mischievous eyes, but it is not the show head most are used to seeing. Her muzzle is shorter but with lots of under jaw, a little wider through the back skull and slightly round eyes of dark brown. She bonds quickly to her care givers and is food motivated. Her adoption fee is $300.00 with a take back contract, that requires a low vaccine protocol, and high quality holistic diet. She is an owner surrender and is AKC registration eligible (papers in hand with pedigree and vet records).


We are sporadically experiencing difficulties with the Online Adoption Form. If you are interested in adopting one of our fostered rescue dogs and have submitted an online Adoption Form, please contact Vickie Haywood directly at Poodle1949@gmail.com or at Oakwood1@windstream.net if you have not received a response within 24 hours and she will send you the Adoption Form as an e-mail attachment.



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Listed below are dogs fostered by other Rescue Groups (not CCPC), or being rehomed by their owners.

(posted 03-13-2015)

TOY POODLE:

Ruby is a Toy Poodle we chose to provide care for to keep her from being turned over to Animal Control. Her owner was being evicted from her home of 13 years and she was moving in with her daughter, who could not have pets where she lived. Ruby is blind. When we first took control of her, she had infected mammary glands and an eye infection. My wife has worked for Cole Park Vet. Hospital in Chapel Hill for 35 years and they agreed to adopt her as a mug fund dog. It was obvious that Ruby had received much love and attention from her owner and showed no signs whatever of abuse. She was playful but reserved at first. Carolyn took her to work with her for the first 2 weeks, had her washed and groomed immediately, and had her checked out. No heart worms, perfect teeth, and no physical problems, except the one’s stated earlier. She had never had puppies, but had not been spayed. She has had surgery to remove the tumors and was spayed. The tumors were not attached to any muscle, and were removed with certainty that there will be no problems. Her eye infection was due to her hair being knotted close to the eye, and that was corrected with medicine and grooming. She is now as playful as a 2 year old, throws her toys in the air, and runs with excitement as long as you have her on a leash. She trusts whoever has control of her and has learned to make her way through the house, avoiding large objects as she seems to be able to see shadows at least. Her eyes are milky white due to cataracts. Ruby was seen by the NC State eye specialist on Thursday, February 26, 2015. Due to her age, it was determined that she was not a good candidate for the cataract surgery. She is a very happy little dog as she is. She is up to date on all shots, her stomach is healed from the surgery, and as you can tell from the pictures, she is a cute little lady. We are hoping to find her a good home as we have our limit of animals at home, many that require special medicine and treatments, and do not have the time we feel this little pet deserves. She has great toilet manners, has never been aggressive towards our Beagle or any of our 15 cats, and is a very happy little lady. She barks if she hears other dogs barking or if our egg timer goes off (?). Being blind, she does appreciate being close to someone, but also wanders around the house on her own, never bumping into anything with enough force to hurt herself. She’s pretty careful on her own, but when on a leash in an open space, she throws her head back and trots happily, trusting that the person holding the leash will guide her safely. She would make a great companion for the right person.


For more information about Ruby, contact Tammy Wall at tammy.wall@nccommerce.com

The usual adoption fee for CCPC fostered rescue dogs is $200. This donation will be used to help other Poodles in need. Please note that some dogs have different adoption fees; when known, these are listed.


We are sporadically experiencing difficulties with the Online Adoption Form. If you are interested in adopting one of our fostered rescue dogs and have submitted an online Adoption Form, please contact Vickie Haywood directly at Poodle1949@gmail.com or at Oakwood1@windstream.net if you have not received a response within 24 hours and she will send you the Adoption Form as an e-mail attachment.

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