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Hendrix – a life lived too quickly

By on March 10, 2017

 

By volunteer and foster home Katie Wilson

Background .. ┬áin November 2016, York County South Carolina officials convinced a local puppy mill to release five poodles to their care. All five poodles came to Carolina poodle rescue. The one standard poodle, who we named Hendrix, has been with us since…


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Chantilly gives us a scare

By on March 9, 2017

It’s been a tense 24 hours in the barn here at the farm. This little gray mare is named Chantilly. She was one of two foals that we took in five years ago when she was just six weeks old. She’s very very dear to us.

Chantilly was a throwaway…


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Luna the therapy dog visit a nursing home

By on March 9, 2017

We had a therapy dog visit to a local elementary school today. They are putting on a play where many of the children will be cast as different types of dogs. I met two young ladies who are going to be poodles.

Luna at an elementary school with very young…


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Volunteers who rock

By on September 11, 2016

CPR, specifically Dreamweaver farm operations, is staffed by paid employees who take care of the dogs at the farm.

But there is much more to rescue than cleaning and feeding. It takes many, many dedicated volunteers doing many different tasks, volunteers who give selflessly of their time and their talents…

Carolina Poodle Rescue Blog
Pacolet, SC

This is Carolina Poodle Rescue's Blog, featuring stories of daily life on the "Poodle Farm." Written primarily by CPR's Director, Donna Ezzel, we also occasionally have guest writers who share their stories of about the pups they love.

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