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Poodle (Miniature) puppies and dogs in Oshawa, Ontario

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SCOUT

Poodle (Miniature) Terrier (Unknown Type, Small)

Male, 3 yrs
Toronto, ON
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Scout, a 3 year old 15lb terrier mix is an affectionate, fun-loving guy ready to find his forever family. Scout is a lively and intelligent character with a playful sense of integrity. You may want to keep an eye out for him, as he is known to pick up items he shouldn't have, purely for the joy of mischief-making. Your presence on the floor is truly priceless to him. Playing fetch and belly rubs are top of his list. He's a curious, intelligent boy who enjoys his treats and walks. Although, the harness is something he would prefer to do without. but a small price to pay for being outside. Scout is house-trained, barks only when necessary and loves to sleep with his foster mom. Scout, the adorable pup, dreams of finding his forever home where he can spend his days playing with older children and snuggling up to anyone who loves to shower him with cuddles and kisses. He is a charming and playful companion who is always eager to please his human family and will fill their lives with joy and laughter. ••••••••• As my foster family gets to know me my profile can change and will be updated accordingly. Check back often for details! An application for me can be found at www.justpaws.ca. Just Paws is located in the Greater Toronto Area of Ontario, Canada. We do not adopt out of province or country. Please note that although many of our dogs get along with children, we are not able to adopt to any household with kids under the age of 8 years old. This is a stipulation of our insurance and is not a reflection on suitability of the potential adopter.
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DINO

Poodle (Miniature)

Male, 11 mos
Toronto, ON
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hello there! My name is DINO, and I'm a handsome 11-month-old poodle mix, tipping the scales at a dapper 23lbs. I'm excited to share my journey with you since I recently joined the Just Paws family and am now settling into the warm embrace of my foster family. My early days were a bit ruff as I hailed from a puppy mill, but I'm overjoyed to report that those challenging times are behind me. Now, I'm soaking up the love, attention, and the joys of family life. With two other doggie pals by my side, I'm discovering the wonders of this new world, one wag at a time. I am shy and timid and takes me time to warm up to people. I love my foster mom so much that I follow her everywhere and don’t like it much when she leaves the house but I’m getting better. I have a foster dad and sister but I’m taking my time warming up to them – they let me come to them, give me treats and feed me, plus join me on my walks. I’m soaking in all the experiences. I’m enjoying my walks with my two foster dog siblings – and walking on busy streets in the neighbourhood does not bother me. I’m eager to go and sniff the new world. I’m not reactive when I meet other dogs and see people (though I am shy with people). Continued leash training is in my future. I recently had a playdate with another Just Paws foster dog (Louie and his foster dad) in my foster’s family backyard. I enjoyed the experience of meeting another dog and I slowly warmed up to his foster dad. It was a fun time for all. For my forever family, having another dog at home is a MUST. I thrive on their companionship and guidance, helping me build confidence and learn the ropes of being a cherished family member. I’m still not there yet to be left on my own but my dog siblings are giving me comfort when my foster mom goes out – plus as I continue to trust my foster dad and sister. Positive reinforcement classes are on the horizon with my new forever family, promising to be a bonding experience that will bring us even closer. Safety first! A secured fenced-in yard is a MUST for me. I'm a little wary, and if spooked, I might take off. Condos are a no-go for me – too many unfamiliar sounds and elevator rides so I will bark (and your neighbours will not like it!) It is not known yet how well I do with young kids in the home, but dog savvy teenagers should be OK. I'm friendly, not aggressive, and very shy initially, but with patience, I'm sure to warm up. No aggression has been shown with food or toys – I even let my doggie siblings sniff my bowl while I’m eating. I’m a bit of counter surfer as I’m curious to know what is up there. As for house training, it's a work in progress, but I'm making strides – a testament to my quick learning. My sleeping so much better at night. I enjoy being on the bed at the foot of it peacefully dreaming of my forever family. I do not believe I will like a crate, so I prefer my dog bed or the floor close to my doggie sibling. I don’t get on furniture but will sit close so I can get a head rub. I love my food now and will eat it all with no problem, so I have settled into a nice eating routine. I’m now taking treats from hands which has been a big breakthrough (but sometimes I still want you to put it on the floor to scoop it up). I absolutely adore having my curly head rubbed by my foster mom – it feels divine. Slowly, I’m letting my foster dad and sister pet me as well but I’m still hesitant. I still don’t like it much when my foster mom leaves the house but I’m getting better with her leaving (the anxiety medication has helped me). You should be aware I do bark (not excessively) so if you live in a home with shared walls and you don’t think your neighbours would be understanding, you may want to consider before applying. My foster mom says this about me: “As stated, Dino comes from a puppy mill and, until he was rescued, he lived in a kennel with other dogs for all this young life. As with dogs from puppy mills, they need the time, patience, and love to help them trust and adjust. His forever family will need to put in the time with Dino to help him become confident, shown how much he is loved and safe. Dino has only been with us for just a few weeks, and we notice his confidence level is improving. We are observing his puppiness emerging as he begins to settle and have some fun (especially when his zooming around the backyard). Building trust with him is key, too. He loves our two dogs, so he gains confidence when they are around plus sees how they react to different situations – when they are getting love and pets, he wants to engage as well. Dino is going to need another dog in his forever home. In time, this gorgeous boy is going to be an amazing addition to a family – if you are willing to give this boy a chance.” Stay tuned for more updates as I continue to blossom in my foster home. I'm optimistic that with the right family, my journey will only get better. If you're seeking a good-looking poodle boy who doesn't shed much, I'm your guy! Please apply for me, and let's start our beautiful journey together. ••••••••• As my foster family gets to know me my profile can change and will be updated accordingly. Check back often for details! An application for me can be found at www.justpaws.ca. Just Paws is located in the Greater Toronto Area of Ontario, Canada. We do not adopt out of province or country. Please note that although many of our dogs get along with children, we are not able to adopt to any household with kids under the age of 8 years old. This is a stipulation of our insurance and is not a reflection on suitability of the potential adopter.

Or, how about these Poodle (Miniature) in cities near Oshawa, Ontario

These Poodle (Miniature) are available for adoption close to Oshawa, Ontario.
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Cici

Poodle (Miniature)

Female, Young
Toronto, ON
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
* Local Toronto adoption only please. Please fill in the adoption application at Savedogcat.com/ApplyNow Animal ID: DC00138 Name: Cici Breed: Poodle mix Age: 2 years old Weight: 5-6 kg Gender: Female Health Status: vaccinations (up-to-date + rabies), dewormed, spayed, and microchipped Color: light beige Meet Cici, a delightful 2-year-old Poodle mix weighing in at a charming 5-6 kg. Cici's light beige coat isn't just eye-catching; it's the soft exterior to a heart full of love. Vaccinated, dewormed, spayed, and microchipped, Cici is ready to bring joy to a new family. At first glance, Cici may be a bit shy around new faces, but fear not – a tasty treat is the key to unlocking this lovable pup's affection. Once acquainted, Cici transforms into your closest companion, begging for hugs and touches with unmatched enthusiasm. Cici boasts impeccable hygiene habits, never leaving surprises indoors. Leash walks are a breeze with her obedient nature, and she's equally content relieving herself in the backyard. A proud mom to Didi (who's also on the lookout for a forever home), Cici thrives in harmony with cats, dogs, and children. Abandoned by her original owner, Cici is seeking a caring and patient family, whether they're newcomers to pet parenting or seasoned enthusiasts. If you're ready to welcome a furry friend who'll steal your heart, look no further than Cici – your future four-legged confidant!
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Didi

Poodle (Miniature)

Male, Puppy
Toronto, ON
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
* Local Toronto adoption only please. Please fill in the adoption application at Savedogcat.com/ApplyNow Animal ID: DC00139 Name: Didi Breed: Poodle mix Age: 1 year old Weight: 6-7kg Gender: Male Health Status: vaccinations (up-to-date + rabies), dewormed, neutered, and microchipped Color: light beige Meet Didi, the one-year-old bundle of joy in a light beige Poodle mix package, weighing in at a heart-melting 6-7kg. Didi's vibrant personality is as infectious as his lively spirit, making him the perfect addition to your home. Vaccinated, dewormed, neutered, and microchipped, Didi is not just a pretty face – he's a healthy and happy pup ready to brighten your days. With affectionate tendencies and a penchant for good hygiene, Didi has mastered the art of charm. This well-mannered sweetheart never leaves surprises indoors, opting for the backyard as his personal bathroom haven. Leash walks become a delightful experience with Didi's unwavering obedience, showcasing his eagerness to please. Didi shares a special connection with Cici, his doting mom also seeking a loving home. In a tale of family bonds, they were both abandoned by their original owner due to family reasons. Didi, with his harmonious nature, effortlessly coexists with cats, dogs, and children. If you're ready for a furry friend who embodies love and vitality, Didi is your guy. Bring this adorable Poodle mix into your life and watch as every day becomes a playful adventure with your new best friend!
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Francis

Miniature Poodle

Male, 10 yrs 2 mos
Toronto, ON
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Miniature Poodle | 10 years old | Male | 5 lbs Temperament: Joyful! Cuddly! Curious! Activity level: Medium energy. Goes for 3-5 short-medium walks per day with brief playtime occasionally. Vetting: Vaccinated (rabies, DHPP, bordetella), neutered, microchipped, dewormed, full blood work up done - came back normal, on flea/tick/heartworm prevention. Dental - all teeth removed. There is a Fistula still present even after several corrective surgeries (oronasal) caused by diseased canines in his mouth which caused a hole between his mouth and his nose. The hole was repaired using a flap of tissue that is still in the process of healing but since his last corrective surgery it is healing well. Francis must eat soft food. Francis LOVES kibble soaked in water over wet canned food. However, he will eat both. Housebroken: Mostly, though he does display marking behaviour so he wears a belly band in his foster home. Good with Dogs: Yes! Very interested in other dogs and generally behaves but can try to hump other dogs. Good with Cats: Yes! Good with Children: Not tested. Francis is incredibly gentle but vulnerable due to his age and size. We don’t see an issue with him around children, however, the children must be gentle and respectful to him. Due to his tiny body, we will only adopt to individuals with older children/teens. Prey drive: None observed. Response to the outdoors: Has no problem with busy streets and loves to be outside! Crate Trained: Nope. Resource guarding: None observed. Response to commands: Working on it. Are they vocal: Only when he is left alone. Leash Etiquette: Walks very well on leash! Transportation: Great in both the car and on public transit! Does very well sitting in someone’s lap while travelling. *Francis’ bio may change as we get to know him better. *Comes with 6 weeks of pet insurance totalling $500 and 2 free online taped training classes. *Please be sure to check your spam/junk folder for a response from our team. *As we are an entirely volunteer-run organization, we are only able to reach out to applicants that will be moving forward. Meet Francis! This adorable tiny pup is a true little bundle of joy and will surely win you over with his sweet personality! Francis is a social little pup and loves to be with his people. He is a fantastic work buddy and currently goes to work every day with his foster. He does very well sitting on their lap during their daily TTC rides together. Francis is a-okay with city living and has no problem with the busy streets of Toronto. He really loves his time outside! Francis enjoys going for multiple short-medium walks throughout the day, along with some brief occasional playtime when he has some extra energy to burn off. However, Francis is definitely more of a fair weather walker. He can be very reluctant to leave the house when it is raining out and doesn’t love the snow. Francis is very interested in other dogs and appears to generally behave himself around them. However, since he was only recently neutered, he has been known to try and hump other dogs. His foster parents describe him as generally well-behaved, however, Francis would likely benefit from learning some basic obedience cues as he currently doesn’t know any. He is mostly housebroken and doesn’t poop in the house. However, as Francis was an intact male for most of his life so far, he still displays some marking behaviour so his fosters currently have him wear a belly band inside the house to manage this. Since he has only been neutered for a couple of months so far, this behaviour may or may not change with time. Francis adores his people and loves to be pet. He is always looking for a way to be involved with his family and follows his foster parents everywhere. If you take your hand away while petting him, even for a brief moment, he will chase your hand and try to nudge it back onto his head. This silly boy has even almost chased his foster’s hand right off the sofa before for those precious head scratches! This lovely pup enjoys lots of attention and is very curious. So his adopters should be prepared to supervise him to keep him happy and prevent him from getting into things he shouldn’t. Francis would likely do best as the only pet in his forever home where he can receive all the attention, even though he is good with other animals. Also, a home without young children would be best due to his more vulnerable size and age. Francis has shown separation anxiety in his foster home and we highly recommend that Francis’ adopters work with a positive reinforcement-based trainer to help work on his separation anxiety as well as starting everyone off on the right foot as he settles into his forever home. This sweet boy has made significant improvement since arriving at his foster home though. His fosters are able to leave him for short stretches of time but he would not do well being left alone for a work day or long stretches of time as part of his regular routine. Since Francis can get quite distressed when left alone, we are looking for a home with someone who works from home or who is able to take him to work with them regularly. As he can be vocal when separated from his people, those who live in condos, apartments or other dwellings where noise may be an issue should not apply. This incredibly sweet tiny boy is looking for someone to love him just as much as he will love them. This boy truly adores his people! If you think this might be you, please fill out a Canine Adoption Application on our website: covetedcanines.org/application

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