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.


Miles is a 4 1/2 year old 70 pound Poodle/Golden mix.  He’s big, he’s handsome!
So why is he here you ask? Well, he’s great in a home without other dogs and he’s great in a home with no children.  He was adopted a year ago from a shelter and life went smoothly until a stepdaughter with special needs moved back home. Miles and the daughter were not communicating well and there was a time when there were mixed signals and he snapped at her. The daughter is now afraid and very uncomfortable having him look at her.  In fact, she moved out temporarily to a family member’s home until Jane was ready to foster this boy for PRCT.  He’s here but he’s not a fan of Jane’s Poodle/Golden, Riley, and she is reserved around him.  So to sum it up, Miles is great looking and a wonderful size but he needs no children or other dogs in his life! 
He’s waiting to restart his life and “New Beginning” once again!

If interested, please complete an application.


Hi Folks, Ollie here. I just turned 7 on April 4th and I was hoping I would find a forever home for my birthday. I am a 15 lb male Bichon/Poodle mix. I am a happy guy, but a little scared of new people and new environments. I love my toys but probably too much because I harbor them and get grumpy when someone tries to take them. My foster mom is trying to teach me to leave my toys when she tells me so. I am working very hard at this, and my new parents would have to understand resource guarding and continue helping me with this training. Because of these circumstances my foster Mom said I would not be good with children. If you are that special person, please complete an application

For Adoption


Please also consider the listings 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.