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In shelter Dog

Jerome, ID, 83338
Pet name:
Caucasian Sheepdog / Caucasian Ovtcharka
Gray / Blue / Silver
Coat length:
Currently in Idaho Falls

ECHO is a happy, goofy, 10-month-old, 85-pound Caucasian shepherd who found herself at FFAR in mid-August after being passed around to four different homes.  We were told that she was good with kids and dogs and unsure about cats, but landing in a loving foster home showed us that she may not know how to interact with all dogs and should be fine with cats.

Foster home family has learned that she likely spent little time indoors or did not have rules to follow.  They are working on potty training and curtailing counter surfing.  They now know that she is food-motivated to learn all good behaviors.

Thanks to the generosity of our rescue supporters, we raised enough money to have Scotch Pines Dog Training evaluate ECHO and help her find her confidence, and provide guidance to get her back on track to being a well-socialized dog. Foster home family believes that her reactivity is a result of being unsure and insecure. ECHO has already made so much progress (check out photos from a pack walk at the river).

The rescue would like to find ECHO a furever home ASAP so that the family can participate in the dog-training sessions.


Adoption fee is $300, but includes health vaccines, rabies vaccine, spay, and microchip.

Complete an easy, online adoption application at to meet ECHO in Idaho Falls.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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