A person who wants to adopt a pet from a Schnoodle rescue needs to file an adoption application and go through the screening process. It is also necessary to visit the rescue's facility to meet and check the adoptable animals.
Most dedicated Schnoodle rescue groups take in homeless, neglected, abused and abandoned Schnoodle puppies and dogs. Because animal rescue groups strive to find safe, loving and permanent homes for the rescued animals, they often conduct a stricter and more extensive adoption process than local animal shelters. The rescue group helps you find the perfect dog for you by asking questions or asking you to fill up a form. Most rescues encourage interested adopters to send in applications online or have the interview by phone before scheduling a dog-friendly visit. If a matching dog is not available for adoption, the organization can put you on the waiting list of potential adopters.
If a perfect Schnoodle is available, visiting the facility and meeting the dog is the next step. Many rescue groups have their own shelters or facilities, though volunteer-based rescues depend on pet foster homes due to lack of funds or facilities. You may also go through another on-site interview, background check and a scheduled house visit. Many rescue groups also ask applicants to submit a permission form from the apartment landlord or neighborhood association. An adoption fee also applies and must be paid before you can take your new companion home.