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How can you find Goldendoodle rescues in Toronto?

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Nonprofit websites dedicated to pet adoption, such as Adopt-a-Pet.com and Petfinder, allow online users from Toronto to find Goldendoodles rescued by other not-for-profit animal organizations. The two sites serve as ad agencies for animal shelters and rescue groups across North America.

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Both Adopt-a-Pet.com and Petfinder post pictures of Goldendoodles and other dogs residing in animal shelters and rescue organization facilities. The organizations and animal shelters also include descriptions of the dogs, including their current location, gender, breed, size, age and color. Some rescue groups and shelters maintain their own websites, allowing anyone with an Internet connection to check out the dogs being kept in their facilities.

Doodle Rescue Collective is a rescue group approved by Adopt-a-Pet.com. DRC rescues Labradoodle and Goldendoodle dogs and has foster homes throughout Canada and the United States. Similar to other rescue organizations, DRC uses volunteer, foster-based rescue and carefully evaluates aspiring dog owners and enthusiasts. The organization also does not operate a shelter community and instead operates a rescue and rehome program. In addition to ensuring that dogs get a happy and safe home, the group also rescues animals from shelters and works to increase the awareness of the public with the pet trade industry and puppy mills.

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