Ventura County Canine Rescue is a no-kill rescue based out of Camarillo, CA. VCCR rescues and saves homeless dogs all over Ventura County California. This organization does not operate a shelter. It is solely a foster based rescue. If you find an available labradoodle to adopt, the adoption is done through the foster family caring for the dog.
If you are searching for a labradoodle rescue in the San Diego area, search the database of available dogs on the Second Chance Dog Rescue website. Although it isn’t a rescue specifically for labradoodles, it is one of the largest rescues in San Diego and has a huge selection of dogs available for adoption.
The Poodle Club of Southern California is located in Ventura County. The organization helps re-home poodles, poodle mixes, labradoodles and goldendoodles. The club is a volunteer rescue organization that was established in 1939 and it is one of the oldest affiliates of the Poodle Club of America.
For those who are willing to travel to Ventura County to adopt a dog, the Poodle Club will adopt dogs to people living out of the state of California. For out-of-state labradoodle rescue, by plane, you will need an airline approved kennel and a transportation health certificate for your new dog.
The Poodle Club adoption fees for poodles and labradoodles are between $50 and $500, depending on the age of the dog, health and other factors. Your labradoodle rescue from the club will include a microchip, shots, spay/neutering and grooming.
If you’re looking to rescue a labradoodle, or goldendoodle in California, visit them online for more information. They don’t have a large selection of labradoodles, but there are available dogs to look at on the site.