To adopt a schnoodle, visit a pet rescue center, pet shops or dog breeders and apply. Most areas have a strict adoption procedure to ensure the schnoodle lives in a safe and loving environment.
You may have to go through a rigorous adoption process to determine whether you are fit to own the schnoodle. The application may ask questions about your schedule, whether you have any children and how many they are, and what you expect from your new pet. You could specify whether you want the dog for service or therapy. Some application forms ask you for the specific size or weight you prefer. The official may also ask you whether you or any member of your family is allergic to dogs.
The application process may involve a visit to your home by an official of the pet shop or rescue center. You may be asked to promise never to hand over the schnoodle to a shelter and to keep it on a leash during walks. Officials may ask you to supervise your children whenever they are playing with the schnoodle.
The application process is thorough to ensure you get a schnoodle that matches your criteria and that the dog gets a comfortable, safe and loving home.