9 Best Goldendoodle Rescues in Arizona

Here you will find the list of the best Goldendoodle Rescues in Arizona.

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Top 9 Goldendoodle Rescues in Arizona

Below is the list of Shelters and Rescue Organizations in Arizona

1. Stealing Hearts Rescue

With over 25 years of rescue experience, this organization has made it a mission to work with ‘bully breeds’ and has undergone a metamorphosis to become a workhorse organization that is trustworthy and dependable. To learn more about the organization, its practices and to find the Goldendoodle of your dreams, visit their website.

2. Ghost Town Dog Rescue

A registered 501(c)(3) non-profit, Ghost Town Dog Rescue prides itself on a no-kill philosophy based in Mesa, Arizona. The organization works with all breeds of animals, specifically Goldendoodles. The team at GTDR is dedicated to providing the animals they foster with loving homes. For more information, check out their website.

3. Friends For Life Animal Rescue

As a certified non-profit organization, AZ Friends for Life has been operating since 1993 with a mission to re-home animals discarded in the Gilbert area. They are a volunteer-run non-profit with a story to tell behind every animal adopted through them. For more details, check out their website.

4. Copper Skye Doodles

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Operating as both a breeder and rescue shelter, this non-profit organization was established in 2003 with the sole aim of providing and rehoming doodles. With 20+ years of experience, competitive prices, and an extensive health guarantee, Copper Skye Doodles earned a reputation as one of the best breeders/rescue organizations with hundreds of satisfied customers. Visit their website for further details and apply for a puppy with their hassle-less adoption application.

5. Home Fur Good

Officially operating as a 501(c)(3) since September 2009, Home ‘Fur’ Good was born out of the realization that the county of Maricopa had the highest animal euthanization rate after Los Angeles, which meant that the mission for this non-profit was already determined: to ensure that all animals in the area are adopted and remain safe and unharmed. Be a part of their journey by donating to their website, which can save thousands of innocent lives.

6. Arizona Goldendoodles

With 40 years of experience in doodle rescuing and breeding, Arizona Goldendoodles began as a venture for love, security, and compassion for these golden fluff babies. Check out their website to get your very own furry best friend today.

7. Underdog Rescue of Arizona

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This organization is truly dedicated to the hustle and grind that is rehoming and the rehabilitation of rescues, saving them from shelters that may euthanize them to make space. It is fully staffed by volunteers and uses a fostering method. To learn more and to adopt a cloud of golden fluff, visit their website.

8. Sun Valley Goldendoodles, LLC

Though breeders by trade, many of the mixed and pure breeds adopted through Sun Valley Goldendoodles are more often than not rescues. Operating out of Queen Creek, this organization strives to provide the best quality pups ranging from Mini, Medium, Standard Goldendoodles, Bernedoodles, and Cavapoos. With the help of their accommodating and passionate staff, they never fail to provide the best customer service. Get your very own furry best friend today by visiting their website.

9. Beautiful Doodles 4 U

Headed and run by a military veteran and a housewife, Beautiful Doodles 4 U is dedicated to providing dogs for their forever families. Born out of an offshoot of the now-closed Heeling Heroes, Beautiful Doodles 4 U donates dogs from one family to another through Molly’s Purpose, a partner organization. Check out their website for further enlightenment.

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