Mini doodle rescue adoption requirements typically include filling out an adoption application and questionnaire, completing an interview and paying an adoption fee. Some mini doodle rescues may also require an in-home interview and a reservation fee. Other requirements include meeting the puppy first to make sure there's a personality match and agreeing to the rescue's policies and procedures regarding adoption. Adoption requirements may vary somewhat, depending on the rescue organization and its policies.
According to Doodle Rescue Collective Inc.'s adoption policy, adopters are required to be at least 21 years old, make a lifetime commitment to the dog and not travel for at least two to three months after adopting a pet to allow the dog time to acclimate to its new surroundings.
Dogs are not adopted to people intending to give them as gifts to someone else. The pet is required to be kept as an inside pet and must be picked up from its foster home within one week of application approval. New owners may also be required to submit to multiple interviews, including home visits, before and after the adoption. Vet records from previous pets may be required by the rescue organization to prove a history of responsible pet care and ownership.