NJ - Lacey

NJ - Lacey: Poodle, Dog; Lincroft, NJ

Poodle, Silky Terrier [Mix]

Size: Small 
Age: Adult 
Sex: Female 

Notes:

MEET LACEY - AVAILABLE - NO INQUIRIES WITHOUT APPLICATION (Link Below) - PLEASE READ ENTIRE AD

Miss Lacey is a beautiful, sweet girl, about 1 or 2 years old and 15 lbs. She is spayed and UTD on shots, she seems to be non or low shed. Lacey came to NJ from KY, where she was found as a stray and taken to a high kill shelter. Oodles was contacted to take her as she was very scared in that place. She was pulled by a wonderful gal who wanted Lacey to find her PERFECT place, with someone who would cherish and love her forever.

Lacey is a little shy at first but warms up very quickly with patience and love, then becomes a waggly, happy girl. She is more fearful of men but bonds quickly to women. She likes toys and gets along with other dogs. She would do very well in a calm home where she has lots of comfy beds to lie on and her very own FULLY FENCED YARD and ANOTHER PLAYFUL DOG would be perfect.

If interested, please FILL OUT AN APPLICATION (Link Below)

Adoption Donation $375

 

THIS IS AN OODLES OF DOODLES, INC. ADOPTABLE DOG. or RESCUE or OWNER ASSISTED REHOME DOG. Please DO NOT confuse us with any other "Doodle Rescue." We are Independent Rescuers working as a "Collective," to save Poodle-mix dogs from kill shelters and other situations. ALL Applications are sent to the Foster, Rescue or Family who has the dog and who checks references, does home visits and conducts interviews. Please DO NOT send inquiries. PLEASE, WE ARE ALL VOLUNTEERS and CANNOT ANSWER OTHER INQUIRIES without having an application on file. IF YOU ARE A MATCH FOR THE DOG, YOU WILL BE CONTACTED. Thank you for understanding.

VISIT OUR WEBSITE at http://oodlesofdoodles.org. We have been Listing & Rescuing Oodles since 2008. After a reorganization in May, 2010 we have renewed focus and goals. We are a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit and your donation is tax deductible.

All Oodles of Doodles dogs are located in foster or family homes across the North American Continent. We do not have a central location. THE LOCATION GIVEN IN THE DOG'S NAME IS WHERE HE or SHE IS LOCATED. Unless otherwise stated, WE DO NOT ADOPT, SHIP OR TRANSPORT OUR DOGS AWAY FROM THE AREA THEY ARE IN. WE DO NOT ADOPT TO URBAN/APARTMENT ENVIRONMENTS. WE REQUIRE FENCED YARDS (an e-fence is not a secure fence). PLEASE DO NOT APPLY IF YOU DO NOT MATCH WHAT WE ARE ASKING FOR. IT ONLY WASTES OUR VALUABLE TIME, AND YOURS.

If the listing is given as ADOPTABLE or AVAILABLE, then the right home has not been located yet and the dog is still available for adoption. Please fill out an application and not send inquiries.

Breed stated is just a shelter/rescue/foster guess based on size, appearance and temperament. It is impossible for us to know for sure as most of our dogs are strays from high kill shelters.

CLICK HERE FOR OUR ONLINE APPLICATION. Please specify which dog you are applying for in the space provided. Incomplete applications will not be forwarded.

More about NJ - Lacey

Spayed/Neutered • Up-to-date with routine shots • House trained • Prefers a home without: young children • Primary color: White or Cream • Coat length: Medium

Oodles of Doodles, Inc.

Lincroft, NJ
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This page can be found at the following web address: http://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/25000142

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Comment by LM Fowler - Admin on February 13, 2013 at 8:10am

Thank you, Vicky. That is very sweet of you. Many rescues will require a fenced yard as it is safer for the dog. But many, including us, will take it on a case by case basis. Small dogs, generally, will be fine in a smaller enviornment. But ... a dog who is used to be running is better off in a fenced yard as a place they can be contained until they bond and are comfortable with the new adopter. A very active dog, will not do well in a small environment and will be looking for an opportunity to bolt. I have seen it happen many times and asking for a fenced yard is easier than losing a dog. Many of our dogs come up from very rural areas of the South and need to take time to feel safe. They get the chance to do that in their foster homes but may need a bit of time once they go to their new adoptive homes before they feel safe, loved and home. Don't give up, you will find your perfect pooch and be happy you waited for the right one. Again, Thank you!!!


Admin
Comment by LM Fowler - Admin on February 12, 2013 at 8:57pm

No, some dogs do fine alone. Lacey was found dumped in a parking lot and it took the gal weeks to catch her. She is on the skittish side but after a few weeks has really opened up to me. She will do best with another playful dog in the home.


Admin
Comment by LM Fowler - Admin on February 12, 2013 at 5:20pm

Thank you for your understanding. She is a very special girl and will stay with me until the perfect home is found.

The part about men and other dogs is in there:

"She is more fearful of men but bonds quickly to women. She likes toys and gets along with other dogs. She would do very well in a calm home where she has lots of comfy beds to lie on and her very own FULLY FENCED YARD and ANOTHER PLAYFUL DOG would be perfect."


Admin
Comment by LM Fowler - Admin on February 12, 2013 at 3:51pm

Vicky, we have asked for another playful dog in the home for Lacey. And it looks like you have not had a dog in many years, she needs an experienced adopter. Plus, you said you needed to wait until April and we do not do that. Good luck in your search. 

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