Echo, aka Bullet is a fun and energetic boy. He was born into the ARF family with his siblings and adopted out as a puppy but developed allergies to his environment and was returned after many visits to the vet. He improved quickly in his foster home and his skin is all cleared up with routine antibiotics and topical heartworm prevention. He has had a lot of fun in his foster home but NOW he is really ready to find his forever home.
Echo is very playful and strong. He can be stubborn but he thinks he is a lap dog. He loves to snuggle and wants to be with his people all the time. He loves toys and goes in and out of the doggie door like a big boy. He is house trained and crate trained.
He LOVES playing with other dogs and he is very much a boy. He needs an equally energetic and enthusiastic dog to wrestle and rough house with in his new home. If adopted by a home without another dog then his new owner needs to be ready to get a lot more exercise. Echo can run and jog and hike and go to the dog park daily. He needs a lot of stimulation to keep him out of trouble and challenged. Let's just say he plays hard and sleeps hard!
Echo is not a lazy man’s dog. He is an active family man’s dog. If you are up to the challenge then he will make you his new BFF I promise!
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