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‘Bachelor’ star Juan Pablo opens up about previous struggles

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Bachelor” star Juan Pablo went on his first group date yesterday and he decided to have the ladies model with dogs for “Models ‘n’ Mutts” for the Best Friends Animal Society of Los Angeles. The ladies knew it was for a good cause, but some of them struggled with posing nude. And Juan reveals that he loves dogs. According to a new People report published on Jan. 14, “Bachelor” star Juan Pablo is now revealing that he has a close connection with dogs and he probably won’t get another dog because of the struggles with a previous one.

“It's almost impossible to have dogs now because I suffered a lot with my previous ones. My last dog was a Golden Retriever, and my dad, sister and I had to go to the veterinarian to put her to sleep because of cancer. It was one of the hardest things in my life. She was a family member I had to put to sleep,” Juan reveals in his blog for this week.

“I also got to see who was good at taking care of their dogs. That was something I was secretly keeping my eye on. If they were good with their dog, then they would have at least a little sense of taking care of someone else,” he added. It sounds like he was also testing the women with the photo shoot. The show is getting emotional because Juan is picking a lady for himself as well as his daughter, Camila.

What do you think about his date plans?


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