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DRC-TEXAS REGION

FOR ALL VOLUNTEERS IN THE STATE OF TEXAS.

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Comment by Jennifer Corona on September 26, 2013 at 7:58pm
Hey everybody! I live north of Austin in Georgetown Tx with my 2 kids husband and one doodle. Happy to help foster
Comment by Deborah James on November 23, 2011 at 6:24am

I guess I am a (quote) "kook for wanting to adopt a labradoodle from DRC. I just wanted to find out where my adoption application was in the process and found out the person who it was suppose to be sent to didn't recieve it, or that was I was told. Now I can't get a response from any directors either in regards to what happened to my app. or if I need to do a new one, nor can I get a return call or response from anyone about the fact the name calling was unfair, unprofessional, and just plain rude, since the person who said it doesn't know me or my family. I was told I would not get a labradoodle now since it appears I am being blacklisted.  Any comments as to what I can do or who I can call would be appreciated. I am happy for all of you who were lucky enough to get their furry family member (labradoodle)  Hug them everyday and be thankful you were able to adopt one into your family. My house is empty and is missing a doodle to make it complete.

Comment by Staci Murto on August 18, 2010 at 1:26am
This is what we do in Texas to beat the summer heat...DOGGY ICE CREAM!!!

Comment by Tracy Farmer on August 13, 2010 at 7:49pm
A baby pool in the backyard works on hot days as well but, then there is the clean-up with wet doodles in the house :). Mine are mostly spoiled indoor AC dogs during the heat of the day and go out in the evenings and early mornings to lay in the shade. Ice in the water bowl is a for sure in the summer here :)
Comment by Staci Murto on July 19, 2010 at 8:16pm
Mine do great in short spurts of time outside. I let them play their little hearts out first thing in the morning and after the sun has gone down. When I let them out during the day, they need LOTS of water. I put ice in their bowls because the water from the hose is boiling hot! But even when it is 110 outside, they still love to doodle zoom all through the yard!
Comment by Liz and Seamus on July 16, 2010 at 12:33pm
I've got a question for all you Texans..... an adopter is being moved via his job to Nicaragua for two years. He will live in a house with a real yard. He wants to adopt a doodle and bring him/her with him. He asks me how doodles tolerate the heat. I'm in New England so my firsthand experience is minimal. But I see you Texans and Arizonians with your doodles and you seem to be fine. I'm sure you are careful about not leaving the dog outside for prolonged periods in the sun, any other observations about how your doodles tolerate the heat???
 

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