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Jackson Flyer 9-22-22

Hi! I’m Jackson! I am an 18-month-old, 80 lb neutered male. I am already housetrained. I am working on my crate training as I will currently bark, whine, and scratch at the door when I’m crated. I have done well uncrated for short periods of time as long as loose items that I could steal (such as clothes, paper, cords, etc) are put away. I would love a family who can continue working on my crate-training and has someone home more often than not.


I am a social boy who does well with both men and women. I can be quite mouthy when I get excited so I would be too much for children until I improve those manners. I will actively seek you out for affection—I love any and all attention from my family! I am great at night, choosing to sleep on the floor next to foster mom’s bed and will sleep through the night without problems. I am happy to welcome visitors to our home.

I play well with other dogs who appreciate a roughhousing play style! I would love having a playful canine sibling and a yard to get some of my energy out! I cannot go to a home with cats. I haven’t quite figured out how to play with toys yet.

I ride well in the car and enjoy tagging along when you have errands to run! My leash skills are a work in progress as I tend to criss cross and get tangled in the leash, so I will need continued training. I am high energy, food-motivated, and would likely thrive with obedience training! I am a happy boy who is ready to find my perfect adoptive family—could that be you?

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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 $300. 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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