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Hello to all you Doodle lovers. My foster family calls me Jessie, I’m a 10-month-old, 31-pound AussieDoodle. I have super soft and fluffy brown hair. My foster family says I’m very affectionate, sweet, smart, mischievous and all PUPPY. I love my chew toys especially the edible raw hide bones. I also enjoy a good game of fetch and rambunctious play with my foster brother who’s a 60lb Labradoodle. I’ve been told I can play him out and he has lots of energy! My foster Mom says I can be such a sweet girl because I love to nuzzle my snout in her chest while she scratches behind my floppy ears. Good thing I live in Texas because I love to sunbath in the hot sun. I also enjoy long walks with my family and I even walk so well that my foster kids can hold my leash but they have to hold on extra tight when I spot a neighborhood bunny rabbit. In the evening I sleep quietly in my crate as long as I’m close to foster family, I love to be close to everyone. Did I tell you I’ve never met a stranger!?! I love people, kids all dogs and anyone I meet! My tail never stops wagging......I’m always happy and love my foster family! I’m really excited about being in my forever home.
Photo credit - Haute Dog: couture pet photography
Jessie is fully vaccinated, HW-, sterilized and microchipped.
Please apply at www.doodlerockrescue.org if you live within. 350 miles of the DFW Metroplex
Being around puppies all day is amazing! It’s one of the most rewarding things (besides being a parent) that I get to do: watch these sweet babies grow into puppies who get to join awesome families. But, it’s not always easy.
The little girl on the left was the last puppy born and she was born not breathing. I was able to get her breathing again but from there it’s been an uphill battle to get her to where she is now! At 2 days old, she was HALF the weight as the other pups. Since then she has been sleeping up by me and I have been bottle feeding her around the clock every 2-3 hours. It’s been exhausting but 100% worth it. I care about these puppies (and all of our puppies) deeply. She is still smaller than the rest of her litter but she’s eating well, moving around, and cuddling up to her littermates just like all the other puppies do. My goal is to give them the best start at life so they are ready to join awesome families and she is well on her way!❤️ www.countryroadssheepdogsdoodles.com •