OreoDoggie Styles believes in spay/neuter, responsible breeding, and rescue. We are proud to support local shelters and rescues. Ask how you can get involved!

Everyone here firmly believes that humans have a responsibility to care for the animals in our custody to best of our ability.  We owe it to the animals in our lives who give us so much, who trust us and loves us.

Alfie, of All Breed Rescue, showing off his groom. Interested in adopting this beautiful boy? Click here to go to the All Breed Rescue website to find out more.Collectively our staff has fostered or adopted more than 50 dogs and cats from rescue organizations in the US and Canada. We donate grooming services, collect rescue supplies, host fundraising events, and have fostered for and adopted from Poodle Rescue of Vermont, All Breed Rescue Vermont, Vermont Dog Rescue, Humane Society of Chittenden County, Franklin County Humane Society, Potter's Angels,  and Vermont Dog and Rabbit Rescue, to name a few.

It is an honor and a privilege to work with these amazing organizations.
We owe a great debt to the dedicated people keeping these rescues going strong.  They are tireless in their efforts and an inspiration to us.

Last year we had the opportunity to lend a hand after a large rescue operation took place in Eden, VT on February 25th.  86 dogs 7 cats, and a duck were taken from a cruelty situation.  More than 100 volunteers from rescue organizations (local and nationwide) contributed to the care and relocation of these sweet dogs. The dogs and cats are all at shelters around Vermont and New Hampshire and many are in new homes by now thanks to everyone's efforts.
There were over 65 animals surrendered into the care of the Central Vermont Humane Society
-We had the opportunity to lend a helping hand-
Eden Dog Rescue Collaborative Video

Eden Dog Rescue Collaborative Photo Album

That same day in February, Random Rescue of Williamstown, VT was called to help 4 dogs from a cruelty situation in Hardwick.  Police and animal welfare representatives were called out for horses, goats, and sheep.  The 4 dogs were kept in a small outdoor kennel, matted and standing in their own feces.  Beautiful Chow/Akita mixes; they are nice, and they are forgiving.  We offered a hand to clean them up.
Their vet fees are nothing compared to those of the Eden dogs, but for a small rescue it is enormous.  It is not a rare occurrence; shelters get dogs like this every day.  Funds are always short and we all do our best.
Hardwick Dog Rescue Collaborative Video


If you would like to get involved, contact any of the organizations listed below and find out what you can do to help.

All Breed Rescue of Vermont

Poodle Rescue of Vermont

Random Rescue

Chittenden County Humane Society

Franklin County Humane Society

VT Dog Rescue


Please help with our own-going rescue supply drive! For the last several months, Doggie Styles has been collecting donated items on behalf of our local shelters, and it has made a big difference to our friends in need. The items below are always needed.  Any extra bedding or cleaning supplies you have would be most welcome and very appreciated.

  • Dog Beds & Blankets (fleece, poly, wool, & acrylic blends)
  • Peanut Butter
  • Chew Toys
  • Dish & Laundry Soap
  • Paper Towels
  • Toilet Paper
  • Trash Bags (13 & 30 gallon)
  • Bleach
  • Mop Heads

Please bring any of these items to Doggie Styles Mon-Sat 8am-5pm and we will gladly deliver them to the shelters in need.  Every little bit helps!