Cockapoo Rescue MA

Cockapoo Rescue Centres in MA

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Poodle Rescue of New England

A non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue and placement of homeless poodles, providing services throughout New England (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island) and surrounding areas.

We are an all volunteer organization that works with veterinarians, shelters, families and other rescue organizations to care for and re-home poodles. Before placement, all dogs are spayed or neutered, heartworm tested, vaccinated and groomed. Each dog is evaluated to insure a long and loving relationship between poodle and owner. Poodle Rescue of New England is a member of Petfinder which lists more than 200,000 animals available for adoption.

email or telephone 617-628-1425    website

Erin’s New England Cockapoos  -in Massachusetts

 located approximately 50 minutes north of Boston on lovely, coastal Cape Ann. It is a private home – – not a kennel – – where the dogs are first and foremost pampered and adored house pets. Check the Photo Gallery page to see pictures of Erin’s dogs and past pups.

All of Erin’s dogs are Cockapoos who produce exceptional, sweet-tempered pups. They are tested for von Willebrand’s Disease, OFA, CERF and PRA/Prcd. Pups are available on a limited basis as companion pets only; approved families are expected to spay or neuter the pup at the appropriate age.

email  978.546.7301  website

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17 thoughts on “Cockapoo Rescue MA”

  1. Hi My name is Havivah and I am looking to rescue or adopt a cockapoo. I live in Brookline Ma. I would love to talk to someone on getting on a list for possilbe resuce or surreidner dogs.

    Thanks so much

    Ms. Hadassah Havivah Zeltzer

  2. My name is Darlene and I am looking to adopt a cockapoo and give her a wonderful home. I live in Acton/Boxboro, MA and am willing to travel to pick her up. I’ve met a chocolate female cockapoo during the summertime and fell in love with this breed. I’ve owned miniature poodles in the past.

  3. Hello,
    My husband and I are interested in rescuing or adopting a cockapoo, preferably a year or so or a little younger!
    I miss ha I g a dog in our home as we had to put our lab down in June!

    Thank you

  4. My family is looking to rehome our 9 year-old cockapoo, who has been with us since she was 2 months old. She’s a great-tempered dog and has been a wonderful pet, but she’s not adjusting well to our toddler and newborn, and we know that despite how hard it is, we need to find her a new home where she can get the attention she desires.. We are in the Sturbridge, MA area and are seeking a safe home for her. Please reply here if you’re interested.

  5. My husband and I are looking to adopt a young cockapoo, must be good with small children (grandchildren). Our beloved Walker passed away a few years ago and looking to find a new young cockapoo. We have 2 homes, Millis and Cape. Dog would have a wonderful life full of love, cuddles and lots of walks.

  6. I am so sad to even post this but I need to surrender my 11 year old cockapoo. His name is buddy and is trained. He is hard of hearing which is common in cockapoos. I am moving and can not bring him with me.

  7. Hello! I am looking to adopt a cockapoo. I live in Danvers, MA with my fiance. I grew up with cockapoos my whole life and I desperately would like one of my own. We just bought a new house and are looking for a friendly companion. Does anyone have a cute pup ready for a new home? Thanks.
    Nick Angelo

  8. I would love to adopt a cockapoo, preferably female. Puppy or young dog although if an owner is forced to find a good home (seems to be happening these days during the pandemic) for an older female cockapoo, I would want to help meet that need. The dog would be well cared for and taken for lots of walks!

  9. I recently lost my 16 year old Cockapoo (Gizmo) and my heart is broken. I had two other cockapoos that lived to be 15 and I love the breed. My heart is broken and I desperately want to adopt another one as quickly as possible and give it a good home. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I live in Concord, MA


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