Poodle Rescue Connecticut

and surrounding New England States


If you would like to apply to adopt one of the PRCT dogs on this page, please read about our Process and then complete our Application.If none of the dogs listed below seem to fit what you are looking for, you are welcome to complete an application.  Please indicate whether you are interested in a Toy, Miniature or Standard Poodle, and list any other information you want us to consider.  We will keep your application on file for 6 months and contact you if we feel an appropriate match can be made.


Moose is a 1 1/2 year old brown male Poodle mix who weighs 20 pounds. He is a very sweet boy who is in need of a lovely home and gentle care. In a new situation he is waiting for something unpleasant to happen and is so incredibly relieved when treated gently. He’s had a couple of homes and is incredibly happy here in rescue so we feel if there is a family that has just a little dog experience he will be over the moon for their attention. 
Rescue donation $450.  


Pippi came to us with a problem. At 2 pounds and 4 months old, she strains to eliminate. Tests are being done and we hope to know what is going on with this darling peanut of a girl. All tests so far are inconclusive. 
We ask that you keep her in your thoughts as we investigate all avenues to try to make her well or at least manageable.

Donations to Pippi’s Fund are most welcome. 


Meet Bogie, a four year old (DOB 2/8/15) Poodle boy who weighs 13.5 pounds. 
After spending 10 weeks on crate rest and supportive care healing from broken shoulders, broken jaw, chronic rib fractures, bruised lungs and head trauma this boy is still MAN’S BEST FRIEND!!!!
We were asked to help to provide the very best home for him and we will!!! 

For Adoption


Please also consider the listing for

​​on our​ OTHER ADOPTABLE DOGS Page.  

These dogs, while not PRCT dogs, are also looking for new homes.  Please use the contact information provided on their listing.


Meet Whitey, a 5-year-old, 10 lb. neutered male Poodle mix (Maltipoo). He is full of life, wants to cuddle with you, loves belly rubs, and enjoys walking. Whitey is an extremely shy guy who desperately needs socialization to get over his nervousness. A qualified adopter would need to start desensitizing Whitey, exposing him to the least threatening situations to the more threatening situations – this could take some time, but will be well worth it in the end. If this is not managed correctly, Whitney would get scared and possibly show his teeth or bite. No young children. Whitey is currently in a home with 2 other dogs and getting along fine with them. If you are interest in adopting Whitey, please complete an application.