Meet Irving and Otto! – Adopted - DRR Alumni

Irving and Otto are searching for a forever home!

Breed: Doodle
Sex: Male
Weight: 25 lbs
Age: Puppy
Shedding: Very Little

Irving and Otto‘s Story

❤️Irving & Otto are Available❤️

Please READ the bio and adoption requirements first to make sure you are a perfect fit BEFORE APPLYING.

Hi, my name is Irving! I'm a 6-month-old Male Labradoodle weighing 45lbs. Although I’m a puppy, I am also a gentleman and the best boy you will ever meet, especially because I don’t shed!

I love to play with all toys and won’t turn down a bone. Playing with my foster sisters, both human and four-legged is one of the things that I like to do! I love going for walks, mostly because I get to be with my foster fam. If you have any kiddos, I do great with all ages and play well with all dogs too! I’m shy when meeting new people, but once I know you’re friendly we’ll be best friends.

I adapt to any schedule whether it’s waking up to eat, playing outside or joining you in what you’re doing. I like to sit by my foster dad or we can also go outside to catch some sun while I get my big stretches in. I love treats so feel free to give me those anytime you want. I really don’t like being alone, and much rather be with my humans at all times.

I'm potty and leash trained, I’m still working on loving my crate - I’ll get there with patience. I don’t do well alone so please do not leave me for long periods. I sleep in bed with you or in my dog bed without a problem.

- Dog Sibling required
- Stay-at-home parent(s)
- Yard with a secure fence
- Active family

Hi my real name is Otto but everyone calls me Scout. I am a 5-month-old Male Labradoodle, weighing roughly 20 pounds.

I am loving, playful, adventurous and attentive! I love playing with my foster BIG brother and have met a few other dogs in my first few months of life. There is not a dog that I do not love or get along with. I love playing with toys whether it’s fetch or tug of war, and enjoy getting my zombies out by running around my backyard. I am a big love bug, and love to cuddle with my foster family at night. I am quite adventurous since everything is so exciting and new, I need a family who will spend time training and developing my skills further. I do get along with all humans of every size, so kids are no problem for me! Two of my favorite things are ice cubes, and putting my harness on for walks!!

I usually wake up around 7am, and it’s straight to the bathroom. I am still working on potty training so it is crucial I go outside first thing in the morning. After I do my business, my foster mom feeds me, and I go back outside again quickly after. We typically do potty breaks every 45 minutes to an hour, so it would be helpful to have someone who works from home to help me get acclimated. We typically go for an afternoon walk around the neighborhood, but I am still learning to go potty then. Dinner is anywhere from 530-630pm and I use the bathroom shortly after. Before bed, we play outside for about 15 minutes and use the restroom before I do my best to hold it all night!

I am a pro at sitting, but am still working on other basic commands. I am also working on potty training, some days are better than others. I need a family who will be patient and will continue to work with me throughout the process. I am getting better by the day on my leash skills, and will be a pro in no time. I am comfortable in cars, and use my crate when needed although it is not my favorite place.

I am looking for a loving family that is adventurous and active. I would be best with a fur sibling since I have so much puppy energy and needs lots of exercise. My ideal family would be very patient since there are so many things to learn in the first few months of life.

- Fur sibling preferred but not required
- Active family

If you meet all of the requirements and live within 350 miles of Dallas/Fort Worth, TX, please apply at

Irving and Otto are fully vaccinated, HW-, sterilized and microchipped.

Click Here To Apply For Adoption


Good With Kids? Yes
Good With Dogs? Yes, All dogs
Good With Cats? Unknown
Energy Level: High Energy
Separation Anxiety: No


Potty Trained: Needs Work
Crate Trained: Needs Work
Leash Trained: Needs Work
Basic Commands: Needs Work