top of page
Royal3
Royal2
Royal1
Royal4
Royal Flyer 5-30-24

Hi! My name is Royal and I am a 3-year-old, 62 lb spayed female. I am already housetrained and crate-trained. I am currently crated when left home alone, though I have also done well uncrated when left home alone for short periods.

I have done well with both men and women after proper introductions. I am very affectionate with my family members and love belly rubs or giving kisses! When first meeting people, I will bark and attempt to herd them with a Border Collie-like herding style so I do best with structured and slow introductions. As a result, I cannot go to a home with kids.

I have done well with other dogs of both sexes though I don’t do well in groups of other dogs, so I should either only have one dog sibling or be the only dog in my home. I need to eat separately from other dogs as well. I love swimming! My foster family has a pool and I jump in every chance I get so I’d love opportunities to swim with my new family. I also love toys and am not real picky about my favorites. I cannot go to a home with cats.

I am intelligent and have been catching onto my commands with ease! I have learned sit and heel, and am doing well with down and come. I walk fairly well on leash; I do best if you ask me to focus on you when passing others so I am not tempted to bark. I am a sweet girl who is a bit of a diamond in the rough and would thrive with a family willing to dedicate time to continuing my training and socialization. Could you be my family?

Follow me on Facebook:  #EchoDogRoyal

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!

Click here to complete an online application.

bottom of page