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Review for Carolina Poodle Rescue, Pacolet, SC, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

I have adoptedfrom CPR 3 separate times. Each time, I was fully informed about the good and some challenging traits of my new pups. The only surprises were how much I adored them and how quickly I did. I respect the care they go through when approving adopters and know that everything they do is in the best interests of the animals. Love them so much that I am a monthly sponsor and have volunteered. I love my cpr family.

Role:  Client Served
 

Review for Carolina Poodle Rescue, Pacolet, SC, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

I have adopted from CPR 3 times. They are one of the most responsable and proactive rescue groups that I have ever had the pleasure to get to learn about and adopt from. My male poodle was a rescue from a large overwhelmed and neglectful backyard breeder. CPR took a large number of dogs when the authorities shut this operation down. Without CPR, my boy would have surely died from neglect and hunger. He was unsocialized and tremendously under weight. CPR kept him in a foster home to help socialize him so that he would be adoptable. I adopted my little girl poodle from them next to be a companion for me and my boy. She was a retired breeding dog. After birthing numerous of litters for the profit of a breeder, at the age of 7, she was surrendered/abandoned. He was in poor condition and required not only the normal spay/neuter procedure but a full dental with full extractions. That costs an arm and a leg, but CPR was there to get her in shape so that they could find her a good home. She was also nurtured in a foster home.
My 3rd dog from them is a 5yr old Portuguese water dog whose owner passed away. After relatives could not care for him, CPR took him, had him neutered and then offered him for adoption. Their care and adoption standards ensure that these beautiful creatures will never be neglected or I'll cared for again. I respect the organization and their heroic efforts. I show this by trust that they always have the best interest of the animals at heart. I also show this trust with monthly donations to assist in caring for the animals in their care that they know may never have a home due to age or illness. These sos dogs have love and care the rest of their lives even if they are never adopted.

Role:  Donor