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2011 in Review on Doodle Soup

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 3,000 times in 2011. If it were a cable car, it would take about 50 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the […]

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Precious Needs Your Help

Precious is a gorgeous 10 year old Doodle/Sheepdog/Mix dumped at a kill shelter in Virginia. Oodles of Doodles wanted to bring her to NJ to find her Forever Home when it was discovered she was Heartworm positive, and then had breast cancer, probably from years of breeding. Precious has spent her entire life, never knowing […]

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National Non Profit Rescue Group Slanders Another

FRAUD ALERT: Oodles of Doodles Rescue Collective is NOT “Doodle Rescue Collective, Inc.” the 501(c)(3) national non profit public charity devoted to Labradoodle rescue and Goldendoodle rescue. The original DRC website and URLs doodlerescuecollective.com and doodlerescuecollective.orgwere stolen from the Doodle Rescue Collective Inc. organization in May of 2010. The individual responsible for this theft is Lynne Fowler the administrator of […]

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Why does no-one want me?

Hi, I am Seamus O’Malley, but my foster mom calls me Shea. I like the name Shea because at the shelter, I was called puppy or dog and I didn’t like that. I was born under a house in Kentucky and the people there took my brothers and sister and I to a shelter, where […]

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Oodles of JRT’s

Meet Terry    Meet Terry Terry is a special boy. He’s a Parson’s Jack Russel Terrier who found himself in a Southern Kill Shelter. He is very sweet, loves to be near people and play. He is young, about 1.5 years old and is looking for his forever home in NJ. He does not get […]

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Duffy is Gorgeous

Meet Duffy Originally named “Bob” in a SC Kill Shelter, Duff came to NJ to find his forever home with Oodles of Doodles Rescue.      Duffy is a happy, well adjusted, happy boy. His foster mom, Kelly says he is just “Perfect.” We’ll never know how he wound up in a kill shelter, but we […]

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Where’s Luke’s Forever Home?

Luke is an adorable 2 year old Schnoodle who lost his home because his owner became ill with cancer and could no longer take care of him. Scared and shy at first, Luke warms up quickly and is a sweet lovable and snuggable boy. He has an obsession with balls and doesn’t like to be […]

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Guess who’s now a Jersey girl?

Guess who’s now a Jersey girl?     Surrendered to a kill shelter down South, Dolly is a sweet……. What breed do you think she is? Dolly is a gorgeous Itty Bitty who found herself in a Southern Kill Shelter and was rescued and was transported to NJ. Dolly is very sweet and is a little […]

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Fosters Are a Valuable Resource

Every rescue and shelter needs fosters to save more animals. Experienced fosters are worth their weight in gold but to become experienced, a new foster needs guidance and direction. Fostering an animal from a shelter or rescue is an important part of the adoption process. It also ensures scared, abused and neglected animals get a […]

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Letter to a New Rescue Parent

Dear New Rescue Parent, As someone who has rescued two dogs (three if you count the one I rescued from my brother), my best advice to a new rescue owner is … be patient. When our first rescue came to us, she was young. At only five or six months old, our Doodle Girl, Ginger, […]

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