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55 pounds
Energy level: 
Up-to-date vaccinations
Basic manners
Foster home needed: 
Up for adoption: 

Have you ever wondered if there is more to life other than being really, really ridiculously good looking? It’s a question that runs through Echo’s mind every day. Echo lives the male model lifestyle to the fullest--he’s dashingly handsome, a total rascal, and a bit of a whirlwind. He’s looking for someone who loves that he is a complete character and is ready to come along for the Echo Experience.

Echo is deaf, and loves learning new hand signals. He knows Sit, Down, Stay, and even picked up Shake (one of his favorite crowd pleasers). He also had a heart surgery in his time as a foster dog, but has recovered wonderfully and is happy to go on typical neighborhood strolls or moderate hikes with you, where he is rarely bothered by any of the sights of the world!

Echo’s favorite thing in the whole world is people. He wants to be around his friends all the time, preferably on top of you and cuddling. It’s where he feels the most content, and he’s hoping that his future family either contains LOTS of adults so that he has options for snuggle buddies all day, or someone who he can hang with at home or at your dog friendly office so he never has to be too far from your side. At the end of the night he makes for a great Netflix buddy and will lay his head on your lap for a snooze. As his foster dad says, “When he’s calm, it’s amazing.”

Though he claims he was just practicing for American Idol, Echo has been known to not use his inside voice at times; for this reason, he will be best suited for a standalone home where he can practice his scales to his heart’s content without ruining your neighbor’s Zoom meetings.

About 2 years old and 55 pounds, Echo is crate-trained, house-trained, micro-chipped, up to date on routine vaccinations and knows his basic commands.

Photos of Echo