Transportation of Poodles from Foster homes

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  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 13 people are interested
Whisper Dreaming

We have volunteers in the Sacramento area who pull dogs from local shelters. They then take the dogs to their homes to get necessary vet appointments, etc. We need the dog transported to their new home from Sacramento to the East Bay, or part way to Vacaville to meet the new Foster. This would be an on call basis. We have crates available for you to borrow. First step- fill out this form and you will be contacted

4 More opportunities with NORCAL POODLE RESCUE



Lacey Lane, Concord, CA 94540, US

Mission Statement

Dedicated to rescuing Poodles and​ Poodle Mixes while enriching the lives of those who adopt them.


NorCal Poodle Rescue (NCPR) was founded in 1985 by standard poodle breeder Patty Moulthrop of Blue Skies Standard Poodles in Lafayette, California (now in Clayton). Patty says she couldn’t justify breeding poodles when she knew there were poodles in shelters that needed homes. She started rescuing and rehoming poodles by herself and then enlisted the help of other poodle lovers as NCPR volunteers. Since inception NCPR has rescued and rehomed about 2,000 poodles and poodle-mixes.
We are a group of volunteers who rescue, rehabilitate and find loving homes for more than 140 poodles and poodle mixes each year. Serving Northern California, we rescue and adopt standard, miniature and toy poodles, as well as poodle mixes. We respond to county shelters, humane societies and individuals via our website and phone hotline. Each poodle is spayed or neutered, vaccinated, micro-chipped and groomed before adoption. In addition, we provide extensive medical care, fostering, boarding and training if needed before placement.


We'll work with your schedule.


Sacramento to East Bay AreaSacramento, CA 94239



  • Animal Care / Handling


  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Must be at least 18
  • 1 to 2 hours weekly/every other week

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