The members of the San Diego Poodle Club are passionate about poodles and are on a mission to help poodles in need. When the club was established, we created the San Diego Poodle Rescue which is a division of the San Diego Poodle Club. This is a 501(c)(3) dedicated to helping Poodles in need run by volunteer club members.
Our rescue poodles come from owner relinquishment (owner dies, owner can no longer care for the dog), and member dogs. We accept pure-bred poodles only - not mixed breeds. Prior to adoption, all dogs are:
Up To Date on Core Vaccines
Spayed or Neutered
The best way to contact us is by email! We do not have a shelter facility - all of our dogs are housed in private foster homes. If you are interested in one of the dogs listed on our website or are inquiring about relinquishing a Poodle, please email us. We will return your email as soon as possible.
Adoption Process - An adoption application is the first step (a list of all forms can be found below). Please give us as much information as you can on the application and be totally honest as this will help us in a mutually beneficial placement.
Once the application is approved, a home visit with the dog will be done by a San Diego Poodle Rescue volunteer. We will check the environment and safety of the home. We must meet all members of the family, including present pets. Adoption fees vary depending on age, health issues and size of dog.
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Owner Relinquishment Form
New Owner Questionnaire
Dogs currently available for adoption as of 03/25/22:
No dogs available
Previous Adopted Dogs
Daisy has been Adopted
Daisy is a 5 or 6 year old female who has recently been surrendered to our Rescue. Her former owner loved her dearly but is no longer able to walk the little dog due to the lady's health problems. Daisy is a very sweet and sociable little Poodle. She weighs approximately 9 pounds and she is in good health. She is spunky and is fun to be around. We are delighted that she is learning to play with other small dogs. As with all Poodles, Daisy will need regular exercise and professional grooming.
Lily has been Adopted