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Mazi Flyer 10-23-22

Hello! My name is Mazi and I am a 3-year-old, approximately 65 lb spayed female. I am already housetrained if I am kept on a schedule. I am also crate-trained and am currently crated when left alone while at my foster home.

I am a shy girl who can take a while to feel comfortable with new people. I warm up to women quicker than men. Kids are overwhelming for me due to their sudden movements and louder dispositions, so I would prefer a home without children. I will actively seek affection from my people and enjoy having my head and neck scratched; and, recently, I have decided belly rubs from my foster mom are pretty fun!! I would do best in a quiet home with few visitors.

I am my most confident self when around other dogs so will need a stable, playful canine sibling in my home to help show me the ropes!  I am very sweet and gentle with cats as well, so kitty siblings are also welcome! I enjoy having a quiet yard when I can safely explore and spend some time sunbathing or watching the Florida lizards scurrying around. I show interest in toys when foster mom squeaks them but have not yet felt ready to engage in play with them.

The car makes me a little nervous, although I ride well once I’m in, and I walk well on a leash! I’d love a family who will let me join them for outings to help expand my socialization and experiences to build my confidence. I am a low energy, happy girl who is ready to settle down with a patient family—could that be with you?

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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 $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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