Labradoodle Rescue & Goldendoodle Rescue
Sometimes it's good to hear the wonderful things we are all doing as a group and this is one of those stories. Last Thursday we were contacted by the rescue coordinator of a large city animal control facility in North Carolina. They had three young male doodles who were relinquished by a puppy mill and they needed rehabilitation to help them recover from the trauma of the puppy mill in which they had been born and raised. They need socialization to people and life outside the mill. They need to learn to live in a house and with a family. They also need veterinary care, something usually unheard of in puppy mills.
DRC quickly put out a call to our volunteers and we lined up 3 foster homes and several volunteers who will drive the boys to their respective foster homes where they will undergo their rehab care. As we speak, 7 DRC volunteers are driving as they "Doodle Train" these boys to homes in North Carolina and Georgia. The DRC volunteers will be driving >1200 miles total by the end of the day, all to give these sweet doodle boys their first taste of freedom and dreams of a happy life.