Carolina Poodle Rescue

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Reagan OH Nov 23

Poodle (Miniature) | Williamston, SC

Age : 5 Months 13 DaysYoungFemaleLargeBernese Mountain Dog



affectionate eagerToPlease doesWellInCar goofy hypoallergenic olderKidsOnly playful

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Moderately Active

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House Trained


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Others DogsChildren

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Meet Reagan OH Nov 23

Date into Rescue: 11/20/2023 Reason for being in rescue: breeder release Foster location: Foster Home in Pacolet, SC Special Needs? Reagan is up to date on vaccines for her age. Due to age, she is not spayed. She will be adopted on a spay/neuter contract which requires you to spay her at your expense within 12 months. Reagan is a very young puppy that is not house-trained or crate-trained. She will need patience and proper training to accomplish both.  Weight: 7 lbs and growing. We estimated Reagan will be 38 to 40 lbs when full grown. We were told that Reagan is a mini bernedoodle but have no way to confirm this. Height: 18 in at the shoulder is our best guest when full grown Spayed/Neutered: No Adoption Fee: $599 Fence needed? No, but she would love one What kind of home would be best for me? Reagan requires a home with another active dog for socialization and play. We will not place Reagan in a home with senior dogs. The companion dog MUST be 8 years old or younger. A person scheduled away from home for no more than 4 hours per day and can provide multiple potty breaks throughout the day and night is a must. She is a baby and needs play breaks as well as frequent and consistent potty times to aid in potty training. Reagan will not be adopted to a home with children under 5. What is my personality like? Reagan is happy, bouncy and oh so fun. Like any young puppy she is equal parts full of energy and needy, and snuggle up to crash after hard play. When she is awake, she is on the go. Reagan is good with dogs and people of all sizes. She has a heart that is ten times the size of her small body. PUPPY POLICY: Thank you for carefully considering the addition of a puppy to your family. Puppies can be a joyous experience, but they can also be a tremendous amount of work. Since our goal is to place each of our dogs in forever homes, we are especially cautious with puppies. We like to stress 3 major things when considering a puppy vs. an adult dog: 1) many adult dogs are well bred, well trained dogs who find themselves in rescue through no fault of their own, 2) adult dogs are eager to share their love and bond with their new family, and 3) puppies will always require far more time, energy, and training than an adult dog. Our ideal puppy adopters are: -experienced dog owners with a solid record of excellent vet care of their previous pets -scheduled away from home for no more than 4 hours per day and have another canine companion already in the home -stay at home type of people (work at home, home schoolers, retired, etc) How do I act when I first meet new people? Reagan is the happiest puppy girl you will ever meet. She loves everyone and thinks everyone is her best friend. Other tips and tidbits: We were told that Reagan is 4 months old and celebrate her birthday 7/5/2023 based on this information. We do not have any paperwork confirming her date of birth or her breed. House trained? Dogs can be house trained if they are in the right environment and are allowed to follow a schedule as long as a physical reason doesn't keep them from being trained.  A dog house trained in my home may not be in yours. We will help you teach your new dog this necessary skill and based on your schedule.

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