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Daggry Flyer 6-21-24

Hi there! My name is Daggry and I am a 1-year-old, 61 lb neutered male. I am already housetrained and crate-trained. I am currently crated when left home alone.

I am a friendly boy with men, women, and older children. I may display hesitancy first approaching a new man until I know him better. I am a sweet boy who is happy to engage with my humans, especially for play! I will actively seek affection and love. I can be a bit rowdy when I get excited and am likely too much for small children.

I have been working hard on my canine social skills and have been doing well with a neutral, large dogs. I can be easily overstimulated by other animals so I cannot go to a home with exuberant dogs or small dogs. I enjoy toys: my favorites are balls or anything with a squeaker to be dissected. I also enjoy my Wubba toys! I am happy to play games of fetch with you!

I ride well in the car after being lifted in. I am working hard on my leash skills and usually only pull slightly, and I am learning I don’t need to bark whenever we see other animals though this is a work in progress. I have learned sit, drop it, and kennel. I’m currently learning down and settle. I am currently taking fluoxetine to help stabilize my mental state while I work on my training around other animals. I am an intelligent, active boy who would love to find a family committed to continuing my training so I can become the best boy I can be! Are you my family?

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For more information, please contact Adoptions.

 

Echo Dogs fosters dogs in many states east of the Mississippi. Visit our Newcomers to see more of our dogs. Transportation for the adopted dog is available. Remember, we are an all-volunteer foster rescue organization - we DO NOT have a physical shelter to visit. Our minimum adoption donation is $350. All dogs are spayed/neutered, up-to-date on vaccinations and micro-chipped. Puppies under 6 months old may not be spayed/neutered. This would be the responsibility of the adopter at their own expense. Proof of spay/neuter will be required!

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