Echo Dogo Argentino Adult Male in Tampa, Florida

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Echo is a giant 3 year old puppy who is loves to explore and play!

He is new to the rescue and we will learn more about him over the next few weeks.

We do know he is friendly with other dogs, both males and females and also good with older kids (16+).

Echo came from a family who had circumstances change and after they boarded him for a couple months they reached out to us and we were able to help.

He has a loving past and was also trained so his new foster will polish up on that training! Stay tuned for updates on Echo!He's young and full of playful energy that enjoys other dogs and going on walks. He's really enjoys training and catches on very quick. He probably would love going to training classes such as scent training, weight pull, agility, etc. Echo would do best with someone that is active and will be able to spend quality time with him. An adult home without kids would be perfect for him He needs a place to call home since he spent several months in boarding before we took him in!!In his current foster home located in Venice, FL he likes to play with his 2 year old dogo foster sister and they really have a lot of fun together!

He really enjoys having other dogs around so a home with other pets would be great.ECHO'S BACKSTORY: He comes from a loving family who was no longer to keep him due to housing issues. With them he did get professional training and was loved very much. They had to put him in boarding for several months and finally DC Dogos was able to bring him into the rescue. Can you help Echo?! Please apply here: are a wonderful breed but we urge anyone interested to dig in and do a lot of research before deciding if they are a good fit for your home. They require a lot of attention and training with them never ends! Boundaries must be enforced and they often need reminders as they push past boundaires you set! Dogos are loving, kind and gentle but don't mistake that for weakness because they are equally powerful and intense as well! Everyone in the home must be on board with having a dogo and play a major role in their daily routines and training. Yes it is work, but the rewards are ten-fold! Lazy homes don't work for dogos as they need stimulation, exercise, and lots of attention too during their younger years. Our goal in rescue is to be as transparent as we can about each and every dog plus make sure new families really understand the needs of a dogo!
If you have any questions or would like to adopt Echo, please reach out to the adoption group directly. PetSmart Charities does not facilitate the adoption process. Thank you.

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