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Fluffy Dog Rescue

Our Mission

Fluffy Dog Rescue is a volunteer run organization that has rescued thousands of southern dogs from kill shelters since 2005.

We do not have an office that you can call.
We do have a complete website, rescue.fluffydog.net that provides everything you need to; View our Available Dogs, Apply for Dogs, Get information on how to Volunteer including Foster, Donate to our cause, Learn about our History, FAQ's, Educational Resources, Testimonials, Happy Tails, and even a page with available Fluffy Dog Merchandise.

It's our Mission to rescue dogs, and rehome them in appropriate, responsible forever homes based on their needs. Our dogs are welcome to stay with us as long as is needed to accomplish this mission.

We are proud to be a part of the solution.

Adoption Policy

Our Policies
(We do not make exceptions)

* You must be 24 years of age or older to adopt.

* You must be a resident of WI, IL or MN to adopt.

* All family members must be six years of age, or older to adopt.

* You must adopt within seven days of application.

Sours: https://www.petfinder.com/member/us/wi/hartland/fluffy-dog-rescue-wi266/

Poodle and Fluffy Dog Rescue & Rehoming

"Poodle & Fluffy Dog Rescue & Rehoming" is a privately run, non-profit, self-funded rescue group specialising in the rehoming of small "fluffy"dogs, though we do also have bigger, & various breeds, of dogs and cats in care for rehoming at times.

Being poodle lovers, this rehoming service started out primarily for poodles, but we found that a large number of "fluffy" breeds ie dogs left over or unwanted due to the "designer-dog" fad were needing extra help too.

All animals rehomed through our service are desexed, vaccinated, wormed, heartworm tested & vet checked (no exceptions).

Animals taken into care are either privately surrendered or passed onto us by the local animal pound.

In particular, "Poodle & Fluffy Dog Rescue" helps give dogs that may have "issues" that contributed to their being surrendered a chance at, and time for, rehabilitation and readjusting their behaviour to become happy healthy little souls like they were meant to be.

We are a non-profit group, all adoption fees go towards covering veterinary expenses & animals upkeep so we can keep providing this service.

Sours: https://www.petrescue.com.au/groups/10278/Poodle-and-Fluffy-Dog-Rescue--Rehoming
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Big Fluffy Dog Rescue

1Pamela93

Pamela93 Client Served 05/02/2015

Rating: 5

05/02/2015

I LOVE BFDR!!!! I got an adorable golden ret / pyr mix about a year and a half from them. They were very accommodating and waited a week until I could come and pick her up. I will definitely get another dog from them.

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jxm215 Client Served 05/02/2015

Rating: 5

05/02/2015

I recently started fostering for BFDR. They are a wonderful organization that truly goes above and beyond for their dogs. You will not find a more hardworking and compassionate group of volunteers anywhere. While communication may not always be as quick as some would like, you have to realize that these are volunteers with full-time jobs, children, family obligations, and lives. The foster and adoption coordinators are essentially working a second job, 24/7, since dogs don't only need rescue and fosters and adopters don't only need questions answered during weekday business hours. They work tirelessly to find the best fit for each dog. They do not rush dogs through, mislead you, and hide any "bad" qualities about any dog just for the sake of placing it in an adoptive home. This organization cares for and loves each dog. Thanks BFDR for all you do, and I recommend this rescue to everyone I know!

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Bill103 Volunteer 05/02/2015

Rating: 5

05/02/2015

I volunteer with Big Fluffy Dog Rescue giving foster care to dogs with special/critical needs. . . .one with a shotgun blast to the face, one who was on the verge of death from starvation and dehydration and who was so eaten with mange that the ends of his ears had rotted away, one who had been caged in a tiny cage with raw sewage in the floor in the dark for FOUR years with the result that her back leg had become septic and was rotting from the inside out, one with congestive heart failure who was abandoned to die alone huddled in a cold cement pen. Shall I go on? BFDR never turns away ANY dog, no matter how desperate its condition and never spares any expense to turn other people's trash into real treasures and carefully matches them with homes where they can be loyal companions and loving family members.

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This is a simply awesome rescue group. They do it right. Ensure dogs get vet care, not just minimum required. Dogs are in foster homes before adopted, so they used to family life and one can get true appraisal of temperament, etc first. The volunteers care about dogs. They are there supporting adopters and foster families. They ' leave no dog behind' and so have small, non fluffy dogs too. And if that wasn't enough, everyone should read the ' late night posts on their website....so funny, so well written. BFDR is the best there is!!!!

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andiemerk Client Served 05/02/2015

Rating: 5

05/02/2015

I adopted a dog from Big Fluffy and I foster for them as well. The people that work at BFDR are dedicated, caring, and tireless in their efforts to see every dog in a happy, safe place. They are responsive to questions and work hard to make sure that they are matching dogs with the correct families. I am impressed every time I have an interaction with anyone that works at BFDR - from the drivers, to the the vets, to the adoption and foster coordinators, and everyone else. I can't say enough great things about BFDR and the work that they do.

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BFDR is an amazingly wonderful organization. I became a first-time foster in December of 2014 and I am very proud to now be a volunteer as well as a continuing foster for BFDR. The volunteers, coordinators, and the "family" of fosters are incredibly supportive of each other as the common desire and goal of all is to open their hearts and provide the tenderest of care, attention, and unending love so that each rescued dog may find the best forever home.

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axelsmom Client Served 05/02/2015

Rating: 5

05/02/2015

I adopted from Big Fluffy Dog Rescue about 6 months ago they are fantastic to work with. They do their best to make sure you are a good fit for the dog and the dog is a good fit for you. They have been more than willing to answer all my questions, before and after the adoption, they didn't just disappear after we brought him home. We really loved our dogs foster family, they were great at honestly answering all of our questions and letting us spend as much time as needed to be sure we were compatible with our dog. We are still Facebook friends, so they can see our dog grow up. They all care so much for all these dogs and help however they can. We love our Big Fluffy Rescue Dog and Big Fluffy Dog Rescue. I recommend them to everyone I can.

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3Niki A.

Niki A. Volunteer 05/02/2015

Rating: 5

05/02/2015

I have gotten 3 of my 4 dogs from Big Fluffy Dog Rescue (BFDR) and they are the best dogs ever. I initially found them after I did a search for a dog on PetFinder. The dog *I* wanted they thought would not fit in well with my family. I was initially disappointed but then they suggested another dog, Logan. I would have never picked out Logan just from his picture. But oh my gosh, BFDR was right. He fit right into our family and he is the sweetest dog ever. We adore him. We decided to foster dogs and on our second foster with Liza, we failed. We fell in love with her and adopted her. What is especially lovely is BFDR has a FaceBook page and I am now friends with the family that adopted Logan's brother and with the family that adopted Liza's brother and also the family that has their mother. My kids and I love to watch our dogs siblings grow up. BFDR also has outings and we have actually met the dogs and families in person and have become friends outside of FB. At the camping outing I heard of a pupoy that was coming up north and needed a place so we fostered her and of course she fit right into our family too. BFDR vets the dogs down South and they foster them for a little while before they come up North so the Foster Parents down there know the dogs and know where they would fit best. We have also become friends with our dogs Foster Families. It is like one big happy family. I don't know how else to describe it. I love my dogs, they are perfect for our family of 5 and I love being a part of the BFDR family. Plus I really enjoy the Late Night Posts written by Jean Harrison on FB. I look forward to reading them. I would recommend adopting a dog from BFDR in a heartbeat.

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I love this rescue and the volunteers that work so hard for these pups. I am a sometimes foster for them and it is amazing to see the volunteers swing into action when they find a pup at risk. From rescuing dogs in hoarder situations to emptying shelters with deplorable conditions, they try their best to leave no dog behind. A typical day would have a list of volunteers transporting a dog up or down the east coast to get a dog out of a bad situation. Keep up the good work Big Fluffy!

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Widget13 Volunteer 05/02/2015

Rating: 5

05/02/2015

I have fostered six dogs for Big Fluffy in the past year and a half. And I foster failed, meaning I adopted, with a seventh. I have volunteered for other rescue groups in the past but Big Fluffy is hands down the best. Unlike another reviewer I have never had an issue with lack of medical care when one of my fosters had an issue. The volunteers I have met, emailed and talked to on the phone have all gone above and beyond to help the dogs that Big Fluffy takes in. We all celebrate when a dog goes to his or her forever home. If someone has an issue there is no shortage of people to offer advice or even drop everything and hit the road, for sometimes several hours, to lend a hand.

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lourdybe Volunteer 05/02/2015

Rating: 5

05/02/2015

I am a volunteer and proud foster fail. I foster dogs and help them get ready for their furever homes. Big Fluffy does so much and helps so many dogs and I am proud to be a part of this group. If you are looking to adopt I would highly recommend you take a look at Big Fluffy.

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We are proud "Foster Failures" and that is because of how amazing BFDR made our experience being first time fosters which lead to us adopting. The care and attention to the animals they rescue are unbelievable, I am in ah of the dedicated fosters and volunteers with BFDR. BFDR is there anytime I have questions or need advice as our dog reaches new stages of cuteness!!! BFDR should be your choice if you are considering fostering or adoption!!!
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1Linda343

Linda343 Client Served 05/02/2015

Rating: 5

05/02/2015

We adopted our beloved pyrenees mix from Big Fluffy Dog Rescue in December 2012, and couldn't be happier. The dedication that this rescue shows is beyond belief. Our dog was rescued from an animal sanctuary that also housed exotic "pets" ie. a Siberian tiger caged next to the dogs, and without BFDR taking the time to care, Will was destined to a life of fear. Since our adoption, it amazes us to read about the countless dogs they have helped since then. We are truly thankful for all of their hard work.

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JulieAF Volunteer 05/02/2015

Rating: 5

05/02/2015

BFDR is a terrific organization. I've held a couple of volunteer roles, and I'm impressed with the people involved, the care shown to the dogs, and how well the organization functions. Every foster with whom I've spoken falls in love with each dog and, when necessary, works hard to rehabilitate sick and abuse dogs so that they can have happy furvevers. Great leadership and scores of happy, healthy dogs living with their new families. BFDR is one of the best rescues I've ever seen.

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William63 Volunteer 05/02/2015

Rating: 5

05/02/2015

I have been a foster for Big Fluffy Dog Rescue (BFDR) for over 1 1/2 years. I am a Southern Foster in TN. I cannot speak for the Northern Fosters, but my experience was and is awesome! When beginning fostering, you have to identify what you are willing to foster (IE: short term/long term; cat friendly dogs; dog friendly dogs; seriously ill dogs; etc.)

BFDR DOES pay for Vet visits and meds as long as you get PREapproval (Unless it is an emergency and you call your coordinator as you are rushing there or while you are there.) They do this because money is tight for rescues (I know, your shocked) and they have resources for getting things cheaper when they can.

Yes, there are times when the founder and/or coordinator is so overwhelmed with hoarding cases, evaluations, Vet references, dog transports, etc. that 'stalking' may be necessary (which they freely admit may be required).

If you are thinking of fostering in TN, I challenge you to find a better rescue than Big Fluffy Dog Rescue. If you think that I am a fake reference or being paid for this reference; email me! [email protected] BFDR took on 3 stray dogs that my family found dumped in our area when none of the local rescues would...and I contacted ALL of them locally before I went searching the web far-and-wide for help.

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LauraBS Volunteer 05/02/2015

Rating: 5

05/02/2015

BFDR is a wonderful organization to work with! Both of my resident dogs are alums and I have fostered several dogs for them. All of the people are fantastic!

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Think twice before you foster with this rescue..especially a dog with medical issues. I love this dog but this rescue has put a bad taste in my mouth. 4-6 weeks has turned into 5 months and counting, still denying their dog heartworm treatment after entangling 2 vets. (one of which has the meds and is willing to do it at cost) The rescue told us to find a second vet, because the cost was too high at our vet (we called our vet, they had not heard from the rescue). We got an email demanding the dog be at a location at 2:30 in the morning for pickup via email less than 36 hours before the meeting time, they could have given more notice and a respectful phone call would have been the proper form of communication. They denied vet visits when the dog had been throwing up all over our house for 12 hours straight (they sent meds a week later, showed up crushed because they sent it in a regular envelope). They then called us to ask if we could take another dog from them. (We were told their dog was supposed to be a one dog household they responded that they had no clue we still had him). Can it get any worse, probably: Recently they finally approved our foster dog to have some tests run. Some came back suspicious (could be a highly contagious bacteria in his stool) The rescue would not pay for the additional tests (~40 dollars) to make sure he would not infect other dogs he came into contact with. (we payed for it out of our own pockets, as well as other meds for his on-going ear infection the rescue refuses to pay for)

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Big Fluffy Dog Rescue was awful. We were approved to adopt a dog and then turned down because we weren't, and I quote, "enthusiastic enough" when meeting the dog. Mind you, this dog had been abused, and we were explicitly told that he was nervous when meeting new people and scared of loud noises. The foster family decided to keep him because of our lack of enthusiasm.

I have to wonder how closely BGDR screens their families, because the dog was being kept in a household with three other loud dogs. He didn't even have a bed to sleep on. The foster father even tried to drag the dog down the stairs on a leash, even after my family explicitly told him that we would rather not take him out for a walk due to the intense snowstorm we were having.

In my experience, they didn't care very much about the dogs. I recommend working with any rescue organization besides them.

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jjbbcc General Member of the Public 12/01/2011

Rating: 5

12/01/2011

I adopted my beloved senior dog from them last summer. The women of BFDR work their 'tails' off without pay to save as many lives as possible. My dog is the biggest blessing in my life all thanks to the hard work and dedication of BFDR volunteers. She came into rescue horribly neglected and abused and BFDR rehabbed her to give her a second chance at life.

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dotleach Donor 11/22/2011

Rating: 5

11/22/2011

I learned of this group when a Grat Pyranees was missing from my home town in Scituate, MA. A Facebook page "Find Charlie" tells the story of a dog, rescued by Big Fluffy Dog Rescue from an ice cream cooler after the TN tornados, survived for 2 months "on the lam". He was presumed killed by a car on a highway, fended off coyotes, and finally trapped by Granite State Dog Recovery of NH, in Weymouth, MA. Bigg Fluffy Dog Rescue identified him from the huge scar from the surgery he had (a huge benign tumor), took care of the vet bills, and placed him back in the home of Big Fluffy''s Northeast coordinator. Now, Charlie needs dental work since he chewed through cans to get food while on the run. Big Fluffy is raising those funds via ChipIn for Charlie, and they have not given up on this gentle giant. Please read Find Charlie on Facebook, and donate if you can to help this loving boy.

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Sours: https://greatnonprofits.org/org/big-fluffy-dog-rescue

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Cute little fluffy dog lived as a stray more than a year until the day she got rescued.

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