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Female Puppy Golden Retriever

If you have any questions about Echo, please contact GRRACE Golden Retriever Rescue at

GRRACE Golden Retriever Rescue

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About Echo

Adoption Fee: $750.00

Meet Echo!  Echo is approximately 6 months old and weighs around 38 lbs.  She was surrendered to GRRACE by a commercial breeder because he had more puppies than he could sell.  Echo was not well socialized as a puppy so she is still learning all of the sights and sounds of living in a home, basic manners and walking on a leash.  Echo wants to be with her people at all times.  She will wear herself out following you around the house.  She does well with other dogs and cats and would do best in a home with kids over 10.  Echo is not 100% food motivated but she does enjoy rewards when she is praised. Her potential is endless.  She enjoys snuggling and reacts well to hugs, kisses and praise.  Echo will require a home with patience and understanding as she continues to get comfortable and come out of her shell.  She will require a family that will keep her active, work with her on leash training and all the puppy training needed and find joy in watching her grow to her full potential.  She will need a gentle touch when training as she is very sensitive to loud noises, high voices and fast movements but she is getting more confident every day.  She will make a great addition to the right family.

To be considered for Echo, a potential adopter MUST have the following:

--A structural fence where she can feel secure and have room to run and play.

--Another mentor dog in the household that can help her learn, gain confidence and can handle her puppy energy.

--A family that has someone home most of the time to help her learn the basics, build her confidence and her socialization skills.

If you have an approved application on file and would like to be considered for Echo, please contact GRRACE at  You can find our adoption application and guidelines on our Adopt-A-Golden page of our website at



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GRRACE Golden Retriever Rescue

PO Box 513 Plainfield IN 46168

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