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Male Puppy Australian Shepherd German Shepherd Dog (mixed)

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The Rescued Dog

About DJ

Adoption Fee: $375.00

"Hey DJ, keep playin' that song, all night, on and on and on!"  Just like his name implies, DJ will have you dancing for joy every single day. Right now this Australian Shepherd/Shepherd mix pup is 15 pounds, but he's expected to be 45 pounds when full grown. DJ is an active pup who runs around outside and plays in the backyard 2-3 times a day for a total of 30 minutes. He is crate-trained and soon-to-be house-trained. He still has a few accidents, but overall he has adjusted very well. He is good with other dogs, strangers, men, and women. When he's outside on leash, he tends to sniff during walks since he's still a curious puppy. But when he's inside, he likes to cuddle with people and snuggle with his brother, Disco. DJ is still working on not picking things up from outside and not peeing in his playpen, but he's getting there! He is a pup who can definitely live with other dogs or alone. DJ is a little timid, but he knows how to play when he's outside. He mainly loves to snuggle and just relax! If DJ seems like the pawfect pup for you, please fill out an adoption application and we'll get in touch with you soon!



2 years, 6 months
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Shots up to date
Ok with kids
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Ok with dogs
Ok with cats
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The Rescued Dog

1220 Rosecrans St PMB 252 San Diego CA 92106

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