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Don Juan   

In shelter Dog

Spindale, NC, 28160
Pet name:
Don Juan
Standard Poodle
Don Juan is a male Poodle/Australian Shepherd mix from a highly respected breeder of Aussie-Doodles. He was born on 5/26/2022. He is expected to be a taller medium-dog, maybe 50 pounds. He has a medium energy level. This pup will want a fenced yard as he loves his outside playtime.

Don Juan is a sweetheart! He is clever and fun. He does best with positive reinforcement training. He is affectionate with the people he has met and has like everyone, including men and kids. He has also gotten along very well with other dogs in his foster home. He should be fine in a home with cats given a reasonable introduction.

Don Juan is crate trained and leash trained. He is working on his house training. He lives at a foster home in Spindale, NC.

Don Juan is mildly special needs. He had a health event at age 7 weeks. He is over it and has done beautifully since. His veterinary record will be made available in full prior to adoption. He is expected to live a full and normal life. The successful applicant will need to agree to regular veterinary monitoring.

To adopt please go to the following link and fill out an application.



  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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