Poppy the Miniature Poodle

Poppy the Miniature Poodle

Poppy is a kind and sensitive red Miniature Poodle who is retiring after being a breeding girl. Poppy loves humans like most poodles and will be the most loyal companion to her new adopter. She has found it quite hectic in foster with lots of dogs and is looking forward to a laid back household where she can relax and settle into a new routine. I have cleaned and plucked her ears and she is very accepting of this, this is something that will need to continue along with professional grooming. Poppy is very good with other dogs but could be an only dog in the right home. Poppy has the sweetest and most gentle energy about her, I can’t wait to see her cuddled up in her forever home.

We have restarted her vaccinations as they were not up to date and a second one will be due by your own vet in two weeks.

We are currently very busy and rescue spaces are extremely limited – Poppy is being neutered tomorrow, Tuesday 25th July 2023 and priority will be to be local adopters who would be happy to allow Poppy to finish recovering from her spay surgery with them. Her follow up vet check and removal of stitches would not incur any cost to her adopting owners – this would be due on 4th August at our vet in Southport.

PLEASE DO NOT APPLY IF YOU HAVE HOLIDAYS BOOKED OR ARE NOT IN A POSITION TO FINALISE THE ADOPTION IN GOOD TIME – we have a huge waiting list which we are constantly juggling as we hate turning away dogs in need. Please tell us about and breed experience on your application form.

Age – Poppy was 3 on 15th April 2023

Size – small, Poppy weighs approximately 7kg and is fully grown

Location – in foster in Southport, Merseyside

Colour – red

Microchip number and company – Poppy is chipped and we will transfer her registration over on a successful adoption.

Known medical conditions – none

Known behavioural concerns – none

Neutered – due to be spayed on 25th July 2023

Live with other dogs – yes, Poppy is used to living with other dogs and is in foster with other small dogs, but she loves humans and could be an only dog in the right circumstances

Good with cats – Not tested

Good with kids – Poppy would like to live with children 12+ as she has not lived with them before

Travelling in the car – very good

Housetrained – Poppy is clean so far in foster, but may relapse with a change of circumstances

Lead walking – good

Recall – too soon to be tested

Crate trained – yes, we have started crate training Poppy in foster and she settles well at night and for short periods in the day, but she would love to be under the duvet in her human’s bed

Current diet – twice a day. Poppy eats a mixture of wet and dry food

A video home check and a non refundable £500 adoption donation will apply – this goes back into our vet fund account

Apply to adopt Poppy using our adoption form here